Saroj Ghoting, Early Childhood Literacy Consultant

Early Literacy

 
Early Literacy and Brain Development Resources

Early Literacy in Storytimes

Every Child Ready to Read @ your library Scripts

Early Literacy in the Library Environment

Early Literacy and Summer Reading
Recognize parents and caregivers of young children by having incentives for them
also, acknowledging their role in their children's early literacy development, include rhymes, singing, and talking as activities on the gameboard.

  • Tips to Encourage Parents to Sign Up Babies and Toddlers
    MSPublisher PDF(Pamela Martin-Diaz, Allen County (IN) Public Library)

Booklists and Activity Sheets

Library Websites: A Sampling
Note that many sites have a link from their HOMEPAGE to the early literacy information!

Testimonials

"I borrowed Early Literacy Storytimes @ your library by Saroj Ghoting and Pamela Martin-Diaz from the State Library collection and it is the best book I've seen of its type in years! I plan to buy a copy and will return yours as soon as mine comes in. It has everything you need for programs for such a wide age range. I am very impressed. The "crafts" are even very simple and process-oriented. I love it!"

"We’re excited about a dynamic new book that helps librarians share their knowledge with adults while they support early literacy skills in storytime. Early Literacy Storytimes @ your library: Partnering with Caregivers for Success ( ALA, 2005), by Saroj Nadkarni Ghoting and Pamela Martin-Diaz, is a best-practices manual that provides a clear overview of the research and lots of practical information on how specific books, rhymes, songs, flannel-board stories, and puppetry support the skills.

Saroj Ghoting • Riner, VA • sghoting@surfbest.net