Literacy Lava and becoming a Word Collector

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This week saw the release into the wild of the 8th edition of Literacy Lava, a digital magazine full of literacy activities to share with kids, edited by The Book Chook, a beacon in the world of children’s learning, literacy and literature.

I always enjoy reading the magazine (which you can download and distribute for free from here) but this time round I’m honoured to be one of the contributing authors, with a piece all about going out and about with your kids and collecting words.

So, pour yourself a cup of tea, download a copy of Literacy Lava 8 and be inspired – it’s erupting with tips for parents and teachers, suggesting ideas for incorporating literacy and learning into our every day πŸ™‚

6 Responses

  1. Keith Schoch

    Wow! Just downloaded it and read through. Zoe, I don’t know where you, or Susan, or Dawn, for that matter, get the time and energy to do all of this, but I am so impressed with the results. Love your blog; recommend it all the time to my fellow teachers.

  2. Zoe

    What nice words to wake up to Keith! (it’s 5.40am here – that tells you something about how I find (some of) the time πŸ˜‰

  3. Ali B

    Wow! I’ll be downloading and reading as soon as I climb the marking mountain that faces me today. I also have recommended the blog to some students and will recommend the magazine too.

  4. Zoe

    Thanks Ali – and do check out the back catalogue of Literacy Lava too, lots of goodies there πŸ™‚

    • Zoe

      Anything I can do to help the posture of my readers πŸ™‚ No, seriously, Susan you shine a a bright and cheerful light on literacy matters and I know I’m not alone in appreciating that πŸ™‚

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