Zip file with three folders of NBW 2015 resources for professionals: publicity materials, press toolkit and activity sheets
Colouring sheet with a jungle scene featuring characters from Rumble in the Jungle
Craft activity around decorating a cut-out elephant mask, based on characters from Rumble in the Jungle
Single-page letter for early years professionals to explain the purpose of National Bookstart Week and the resources on offer.
'Strengthening Partnerships and Knowledge' leaflet with executive summary of behavioural and brain development research and an action plan
'Strengthening Partnerships and Knowledge' slides seen by delegates at March 2015 stakeholder events
Slides around 'Engaging parents impacted by trauma in their children’s literacy & improving health outcomes' - presented by specialist author Jane Evans
Two-page handout of straightforward advice around fundraising for storytelling and related events, based on experience from the Stories Tour (November 2013 to April 2014)
Bilingual presentation: Rhannu llyfrau: iechyd a lles babanod a phlant ifanc. / Book sharing: the health and well-being of babies and young children.
Bilingual presentation - Rowena Harris
Presentation by Michelle Thomas, Senior Lecturer at University of South Wales
Presentation by Jane Evans - Trauma Parenting and Behaviour Specialist
Presentation slides shown at Bookstart stakeholder events in October 2014.
Book Trust gifts free copies of Super Duck to neonatal units so that parents can read to their premature and poorly babies.
A project that encourages male prisoners to read with their young families has earned praise from Ofsted for its contribution to family learning. The Booktrust Stories Tour, which took a live literature show into prisons for prisoners to enjoy with their children, has been named a model of good practice by Ofsted.