BookTrust programmes in Wales
Through Bookstart, BookTrust Cymru give every child in Wales their own books to have at home and supports families to read together regularly.
The Welsh Government provides funding for a set number of children to participate in the Letterbox Club each year. Find out more and look inside the book parcels.
Free resources for children as they start Reception class in all maintained schools in Wales: an exciting bilingual programme to support children’s literacy and numeracy, funded by the Welsh Government.
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Latest resources for Wales
Three fun feedback postcards to help develop and strengthen home-school and setting links.
Dress this dragon for different kinds of activities. How AMAZING can you make your dragon look?
- 'Mae darllen yn weithgaredd gwych i’ch helpu chi i feithrin perthynas agos â’ch plentyn a siarad am eu diwrnod. Mae hefyd yn helpu i greu trefn feunyddiol dda, sy’n gwneud i blant deimlo’n fwy diogel a hyderus. ' - Emma Kenny, seicolegydd preswyl @thismorning #AmseriDdarllen https://t.co/LskcBkkhgQ 1 day ago
- 'Reading is a great activity to help you bond with your child and talk about their day. It also helps to create good routines, which make children feel safer and more confident.' - Emma Kenny, @thismorning resident psychologist #TimeToRead https://t.co/opMcdFdsv5 1 day ago
- That magical ten minutes doesn’t just help engage children in stories and reading; it also relaxes them, helps them understand the world around them. #TimeToRead https://t.co/rh8L8O2ZUD 2 day ago