Join Momentum Early Learning and Germantown Community Library on October 20 at 6:00 p.m. to learn about the importance of early literacy. Stephanie Reister, Children’s Librarian, Germantown Community Library, will share information about the importance of early literacy.
This free event will be held at Momentum Early Learning child care center, W175 N11037 Stonewood Drive, Germantown. This event is open to staff, families as well as the community. To save a spot, register at http://momentumearlylearning.eventbrite.com/ or Momentum Early Learning’s website.
Participants will learn about why reading is important, how to model reading behavior, reading development stages, and what the Germantown Community Library offers. Participants will also be able to witness a demonstration by Reister of Mix It Up!
Momentum Early Learning, the new standard in education and child care, provides unparalleled excellence of care for children through an open, friendly and nurturing culture. Momentum Early Learning’s pledge of excellence is based on four core values: safety, education, cleanliness and technology. Families interested in learning more about Momentum Early Learning should call (262) 820-2595 or visit Momentum’s website at www.momentumearlylearning.com.