Zip folder containing a digital toolkit to support National Bookstart Week 2016. Includes press release templates, e-invitation and consent form, plus information about photography and publicity for local events.
PDF poster with blank space for adding specific event details
Word version of the 'empty belly' poster with blank space for adding specific event details
A4 PDF poster titled Under the Sea, showing illustrations from the book A Hole in the Bottom of the Sea and the line 'Dive into a good book and see where it takes you!'
Two colouring-in sheets featuring a crab and a squid from A Hole in the Bottom of the Sea.
Single-page letter for early years professionals to explain the purpose of National Bookstart Week and the resources on offer.
Simple instructions to cut out and make a shark headband for a young child. A3 paper is needed for this activity.
Children can collect stickers every time they visit a library and put them in special sticker book to take home.
Findings from surveys with partners involved in delivering National Bookstart Week and parents who attended events, plus best practice case studies.
Four empty-belly Bookstart posters to put up in libraries and other settings. You can type in details of events, including Bookstart Rhymetimes and Storytimes, or your Bookstart Treasure or Corner gifting sessions for parents and carers.
Four empty-belly Bookstart posters to put up in libraries and other settings. You can write in details of events, including Bookstart Rhymetimes and Storytimes, or your Bookstart Treasure or Corner gifting sessions for parents and carers.
Two-sided flyer summarising the various book packs offered by the Bookstart programme, including universal, targeted and additional needs resources.
Two-sided handout summarising research evidence for the health and wellbeing benefits of reading with children, as well as presenting Bookstart Corner: a reading programme with proven impacts.
Mothers read to their children significantly more than fathers - despite the number of stay-at-home fathers in Britain doubling over the last decade...
Translation of abbreviated 'Rumble in the Jungle' rhyme within a jungle-themed poster