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Langley Literacy Resources

Literacy weaves through all aspects of community life, the Langley Literacy Network aims to serve the literacy needs of adults, families and communities.

Literacy develops in the context of everyday activities, so it is important to involve the whole community in supporting literacy learners. By raising awareness of the importance of literacy in community groups and building their capacity to support adult and family skill development we can magnify the benefits for individuals, families and the community as a whole.

Family tech time

Supporting conversations within families and in our communities around how to use technology to build healthy relationships.

Decoda Literacy Solutions

Decoda Literacy Solutions is the only province-wide literacy organization in British Columbia. Providing resources, training and funds, they support community-based literacy programs and initiatives in over 400 communities across B.C.

First Book Canada

Educators and program administrators can apply to receive free books for children in their programs.

Little Free Libraries

“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.”

Tutor Resources

Literacy resources to help our tutors.

What If I Don’t Live in Langley?

Visit Decoda Literacy Solutions to contact the literacy organization in your community.

Become A Volunteer

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.

We are always looking for volunteers in programs such as Reading Buddies, Wrap-a-Read, Community One-on-One Learning, Conversation Circles and more to help children, families and adults improve their literacy skills. Connect with us today to access literacy programs or to learn how you can support literacy in your community.

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