Family Programming: Making Mixed Age Groups Work

Date(s) - 03/05/2015
2:00 pm - 3:00 pm



Family life plays an important role in the development of the literacy skills of its members. Multigenerational programs offers flexibility in staffing and program offerings as well as opportunities to promote family based literacy-building skills.

In this interactive webinar program, Jill Burket Ragase will give you a variety of tools that you will be able to use to:

Select books, activities, and storytelling methods that will engage a wide-age range of children and their parents.

Incorporate highly appealing songs, poems, and movement activities that work for group participation

Strategies to create and deliver intergenerational programs that allow children to continue learning and skill building beyond storytime

It is not always practical or feasible to create age-specific programs in a given setting and in our fast paced society. Families seek out inclusive programming opportunities to engage all members. Whatever the reason, multigenerational programming is on the rise and relies heavily on a flexible approach and adaptable books and activities.

Can’t attend the live event?  Register over here for access to the recording, made available within 7 days of the live webinar.

Instructor Bio ~ Jill Burket Ragase
Jill Burket Ragase has worked as a Children’s Librarian and Collection Development Librarian in several states as an MLS Librarian and now is an independent library consultant and children’s services expert. She has made professional presentations at various professional conferences on children’s programming.


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