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Sounds in Motion: Full Day Workshop for Educators

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Add to Calendar 01-10-2011 01-10-2011 15 Sounds in Motion: Full Day Workshop for Educators This phonemic awareness and early literacy program, presented and developed by speech-language pathologists, is directed toward Pre-K to 3rd grade educators. The Sounds in Motion (SIM) approach focuses on listening skills and provides kinesthetic gross motor movements to teach phonemic awareness and articulation. Educators will learn to implement the SIM program in their own classes by teaching the movements and activities that have successfully facilitated early reading and writing skills. To register, e-mail svoelker@everyonereading.org or call 212-691-1930. http://www.nymetroparents.com/2015neweventinfo.cfm?id=93077 Everyone Reading Offices true DD/MM/YYYY
October 01, 2011
9am-3pm
Everyone Reading Offices
Manhattan
Adult
$115; $95 members ($35 additional materials fee)

Description: This phonemic awareness and early literacy program, presented and developed by speech-language pathologists, is directed toward Pre-K to 3rd grade educators. The Sounds in Motion (SIM) approach focuses on listening skills and provides kinesthetic gross motor movements to teach phonemic awareness and articulation. Educators will learn to implement the SIM program in their own classes by teaching the movements and activities that have successfully facilitated early reading and writing skills.

To register, e-mail svoelker@everyonereading.org or call 212-691-1930.

Address: 71 W. 23rd Street
Suite 1528
Manhattan, NY 10010
Phone: 212-691-1930
Website: www.everyonereading.org

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