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Join Achieving Literacy in Everyday Life Twitter Party #Tweet4Literacy Wednesday 9/25 at 7PM EST

 

Hosted by: The Bluebird Patch


We’ve been reading to our son A.J. since he was in the womb. I believe that’s part of the reason he reads like a second grader and he’s only three and a half. I also had a library card before I started kindergarten. Literacy can unleash an amazing world of imagination and learning for children. Heck, I used to read out loud for a living as a news anchor!
I’m excited to be a co-host for the #Tweet4Literacy event sponsored by the Atlanta Speech School on Wednesday September 25, 2013 at 7PM EST for a discussion regarding one of our nation’s most important needs, literacy! You’ll have the chance to win Barnes & Noble gift cards and a brand new Samsung Tablet
Comment below: What’s your child/children’s favorite books? Do they read hard copy books as much as they like e-readers or tablets?
 


The Twitter Party Details:

Who: Achieving Literacy in Everyday Life Twitter Party
When: Wednesday September 25, 2013 at 7-9 PM EST
Where: On Twitter! Follow @BluebirdPtchATL,
@MommyTalkShow, @KBWhiskey, @AtlantasFrugalM tweets! 

Hashtag#Tweet4Literacy
Follow@
AtlSpeechSchool
@BluebirdPtchATL, @MommyTalkShow, @KBWhiskey, @AtlantasFrugalM
Co-Hosts
@MommyTalkShow, @KBWhiskey, @AtlantasFrugalM
Prizes: (4) $20 gift cards to Barnes & Nobles and a Samsung Tablet

RSVP: Required on the linky below

Twitter Party Topics: 

  • Tips for encouraging literacy with your child
  • Literacy Statistics
  • Literacy Action Plan
  • How To READ with Your Child
  • Read and Talk with Infants and Toddlers
  • Rollins Center

 HOW TO ENTER:

 



To get started, click here to Tweet“Join me at the @bluebirdptchatl #Tweet4Literacy Twitter Party w/ @AtlSpeechSchool 9/25 7PM ET! 
RSVP below by entering your twitter handle in the linky (required)

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Be sure to RSVP for the party by submitting your Twitter handle URL.
*Prize winners must RSVP via linky and be participating in the discussion to win.
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Participants must be following @bluebirdptchatl on Twitter to be eligible to win. Open to United States residents only. One prize per winner. No purchase necessary. Twitter Party prize winners must complete a form with mailing details within 48 hours of the party. The form will be DMed if you win a prize.


About Joyce Brewer

Creator & Host of Mommy Talk Show. Emmy award-winning TV journalist.Wife & Mommy; Mom Blogger; Social Media Coach; Long Island, New York transplant living in Atlanta, GA. Follow Joyce on Twitter @MommyTalkShow Author of Use What You Know: A Business Idea Guide for Moms featuring interviews with mompreneurs who created businesses using their skills & backgrounds.

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11 comments

  1. I agree about the importance of reading and I have always been an avid reader myself!

  2. So great! My daughter is a big reader too, though she has never been big on ebooks (like mother like daughter!).

  3. Thank you so much for co-hosting and helping us bring awareness about literacy development in children. Can’t wait to see how everything turns out!

  4. I love a good Twitter party but I absolutely adore the messaging on this one!

  5. I really believe in the importance of reading, so this is something that really hits close to my heart!

  6. What a great cause! I love the Atlanta Speech School.

  7. Reading is so important! All my kids are enthusiastic readers, but it took time and effort to get them there. Parent’s are so important in this, the schools can’t do it all without support from parents.

  8. My daughter loves any book! Right now, she likes anything that has princesses in it!

  9. My youngest daughter went to the Atlanta Speech School for 4 years, from 1st to 4th. She hated to read, but every night we read something together, and by 7th and 8th grade, she started reading the Harry Potter books, and that was all it took.
    She is in graduate school at UGA, doing a Masters in Social Work, and still reads for pleasure even during school!!!

  10. fantastic! Love this idea for a a literacy Twitter party

  11. Tips for encouraging literacy with your child im there with 2 kids with Autism with speech delays and communication problems with their peers i need all the advice and knowldege i can get.

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