“Family literacy refers to the way parents, children, and extended family members use literacy at home and in the community. Family literacy occurs naturally during the routines of daily living and helps children and adults get things done.”
Literacy is especially important when it comes to children and families. When families learn together, they build good habits around literacy and learning, share ideas, build strong family connections, develop independent thinking and gain confidence.
A pop up library collection of picture books designed to build a community of welcoming and belonging.
“A Little Free Library is a “take a book, return a book” free book exchange. They come in many shapes and sizes, but the most common version is a small wooden box of books. Anyone may take a book or bring a book to share.”
Help change a life and give the gift of literacy. Become a literacy volunteer in your community.
The Langley Literacy Network is committed to building on community strengths to encourage lifelong learning by ensuring that residents of all ages have access to sufficient and appropriate information, services, and support to meet their literacy needs.
Adult Basic Education courses can help you earn your BC Adult Graduation Diploma, upgrade your English, Math or Science skills or help improve your literacy skills. Adult Basic Education is tuition free in BC.
The Langley Education Centre (LEC) is a part of School District #35 and offers courses to allow teens and adults to earn their BC Secondary School Graduation (Regular Diploma) or their Adult Graduation Diploma.
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