International Literacy Day

Since 1967, International Literacy Day has existed to promote the importance of literacy as a matter of dignity & human right. Great challenges have long existed in equalising access to literacy learning opportunities for all our children, in the UK & around the world. The pandemic has only added to these challenges & served as a reminder of how precious opportunities for literacy & learning truly are.  

We think one of the nicest ways to celebrate & develop literacy skills is to read a story together, as well as being a lovely chance to promote connection & togetherness. We’ve created a Moffle bookmark, that can be personalised with a child’s name & a book review template. We’ve also made a Moffle Acrostic Poem activity sheet & written an example poem for you! A few fun ways to encourage interest in reading & sharing thoughts & feelings about favourite books.

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