Parent literacy together

Welcome to parent literacy together

We are excited to announce our virtual Parent Literacy class!

We want to help you:

  • Feel empowered in learning activities at home with your child.
  • Learn specific methods to support your children’s literacy skills.
  • Boost your home literacy environment.

Parent Literacy Together is a Multi-Generational Learning program that helps parents become more engaged in their children’s learning. Sessions are led by trained family literacy experts and include activities that will empower parents to become more confident “first teachers” of their children. Parents will receive age-appropriate books, learning activities, and other supplies to help them create fun learning experiences with their children.

Tuesdays, Starting july 21st

6:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. on WebEx

To register, email Taylor Sayers or call (269) 447-1158. 

Program partners include Goodwill Industries of Southwestern Michigan, Talking is Teaching, and the WMU Dorothy McGinnis Reading Center and Clinic. Parent Literacy Together is supported in part by the Harold and Grace Upjohn Foundation, the Irving S. Gilmore Foundation, the Marvin and Rosalie Okun Foundation, and the Wisner Family Foundation.