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Early Words Workshop

It is never too early to talk to your child

This interactive Early Words workshop will empower families with the how's and why's of talking to babies and toddlers. Our goal is to get your children talking and to provide families with additional strategies for increasing their child's vocabulary.

Parents play a vital role in building their child's language development at a very young age. It is never too early to talk to your child. Start while they are in the womb. They will learn how the language works through your voice. You are the "sports announcer of life". Give them a play by play.

In this workshop, we will also have family-friendly information, songs, stories, and props that support the development of literacy-rich home environments. Recommended for families with children 0-3 years of age and those who are currently expecting.

April 28th From 6:15-7:45pm in the Hanchett Auditorium at Lowell General Hospital's Main Campus

If you are from a childcare agency and require a certificate of attendance, an additional fee of $20 will be charged upon completion and should be paid on the night of class directly to the instructor. 

About the Presenter

Meghan McGinley Crowe, M.Ed., Early Literacy Specialist. With a degree from Tufts University in Geology, and a M.Ed focusing in Children's Literacy and Literature, Ms. McGinley-Crowe takes a scientific, researched-based approach to how children best learn language. She has worked for over 15 years in early education, specializing in programs for language learning for low-literacy children. She is a Children's Literature nut and has written two children's books focusing on early science discovery. A mom of an infant and a toddler, she can approach early learning from the academic, practical, and parent perspectives.

Public Fee: $5.00

REGISTER ONLINE

To register by phone, call 877-LGH-WELL (877-544-9355).

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