Studies show that the most crucial years of learning take place before a child is old enough to enter school.
Soar in 4 is a free parenting program that promotes literacy. We activate parent(s) to be their child’s first literacy teacher. Parents learn how to read to their child, introduce rich new vocabulary and skills, connect with community resources and receive free materials.
Soar in 4 Events provide families with early learners (ages 0-4) hands-on engaging literary experiences designed to increase oral language and vocabulary.
Join Ms. Luanne as she takes early learners on adventures exploring their world. Click the arrow to start your journey. Meet us on the porch!
Click on the Read more link to watch this amazing story about what we do at StoryTime. Thank you MSTV!
To read this article click on Read more. This opinion piece is by Sharon Hillstrom and was published in the Herald Tribune.
Soar in 4 is a free parenting program that promotes literacy. We activate parents to be their child's first literacy teacher. Parents learn how to read to their child, introduce rich new vocabulary, skills, materials and connections to community resources to help support their child's literacy at home and be kindergarten ready. Dr. Halpin then shared some data demonsttrating many of the challenges faced during the early years of a child's development. Complex trauma can seriously disrupt child development. This may include relationships, bonding, and foundational development in the areas of language, academics, and social skills.
BRADENTON, Fla. – As local families plan their back-to-school shopping trips, price hikes have some of them crunching the numbers a little harder, adding stress to the annual spending spree. Wednesday night, parents and kids inBradenton got a little relief with free backpacks, supplies, health screenings and a night of fun at the museum.
The Soar in 4 Program currently serves 17 ALICE(Asset Limited Income Constrained Household) neighborhoods.
For more information or to learn how to enroll your family in the program, contact your zoned school.