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We Read Literacy for Youth Program

Public Schools, Private Schools, Charters, and Community Centers frequently inquire about our literature and seek curriculum support that embraces diversity to set a foundation for healthy academic engagement.

We have been hired by after-schools, summer camps, and enrichment programs to provide services for children in their neighborhoods.

Often urban children face challenges unique to them related to education, as a result, Wiggles Press designed this program to help address those concerns, both emotional and educational.

We train and guide those engaged in teaching reading skills to a younger generation.

The name “We Read” was derived from the experience of children often told they were mocking the teacher when they were actually reading at the ages of 3 to 5. It was both an affirmation and call-to-action.

Our experiences with students provided a foundation for nurturing a one-on-one storytime. Our methodology also healed those who seldom had this experience as a child – giving them self-care skills and the skills to inspire a love for learning.

What We Do

Provide training in storytelling

Role-Play to build confidence

Help with reading and curriculum design

Our Experience

Cambridge Public Schools
(2015 – 2016)
Provided storytelling, role-play, and classes in Chinese and Japanese to Elementary English for urban students, including literacy, writing, and craft projects at the Fletcher Maynard, and Morse School.

Margaret Fuller Neighborhood House Language Afterschool Specialist
(2010 – 2017)
Hosted Japanese and Spanish classes for students living in Cambridge and enrolled in the after-school.

Global Child
(2014 – 2017)
Taught Mandarin Chinese and Spanish in the towns of Belmont, Natick, and Melrose for students enrolled in their language specialist courses during the after-school / late school.

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