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  • Writer's pictureThe Beagle

Library talks help carers with kids’ language skills

Eurobodalla Libraries are pleased to present three free sessions with South Coast Speech Pathology’s Claire Price.

Each session will include a reading by Ms Price from one of Speech Pathology Australia’s 2022 books of the year, with information on how parents and guardians can support the language and literacy development of children aged 0-3years.

“We will not only showcase some great books but give tips on how to make book reading at home a meaningful and joyful experience,” Ms Price said.

“It’s all about a healthy transition to literacy.”

There is a book reading and discussion at each of Eurobodalla’s three libraries

  • Narooma, Thursday 3 November 10-11am

  • Batemans Bay, Wednesday 9 November 10-11am

  • Moruya, Thursday 10 November 10-11am.

Above: Speech pathologist Claire Price will visit Eurobodalla Libraries in November for book readings and tips on how carers can support language and literacy of very young children.

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