Tuesday, January 24, 2012
LIteracy digs is a great way to get children invested in the community and create community involvement while teaching important concepts to children. You can pick any place in the community to do a literacy dig. The Goodwill is a great spot to do a literacy dig. Children can observe the environment and the literacy that goes on there. Children view the environmental print and how the customers interact with it. Children learn about the donation process and how it contributes to the community. They will also learn how donation gives back and who it affects. Literacy digs could be the start of creating a project based learning experience.