Playing with Toys, NOT Drugs

 
$2,075
$12,925
Raised
Remaining
Jul 5, 2012

Improving reading skills

Dear friends,

Along the last three months, we have focused our activities in reinforcing reading aloud and reading-comprehension abilities. We have seen the enthusiasm children have shown in choosing their books and stories they liked the most and sharing them with their mates. The toy librarians in charge noticed that these kids are improving not only in their reading skills, but also in socializing with others. We are very happy to share these great results with you!

For Mother’s day, children made greeting cards for their moms. They got to spend a whole evening with their moms, they showed them what they had been learning and they had the opportunity to have some quality time with them. It was an amazing mothers day gift.

Also, three days were specially planned for parents to go during a whole afternoon to play with their kids. They seemed very enthusiastic, so we hope we can repeat this activity and have even much more parents here with us.

Thank you for all your support!

Have a nice day,

 EDUCA Team

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Project Leader

Adrian Menendez

Mexico , Distrito Federal Mexico

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