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Education, Literacy and Reading

Snorkkel Whalengton

Preschool Reading Program

Dear Potential Sponsors,

As an educator deeply committed to fostering diversity and bilingual literacy, I am excited to introduce you to The Preschool Reading Program—a groundbreaking initiative designed to ignite a love for reading in our youngest learners while celebrating the richness of language and culture.

Our program is more than just a reading curriculum; it's a transformative experience that shapes our children's future. With a laser focus on enhancing bilingual literacy, especially among English as a Second Language learners, we aim to empower children to thrive in a multicultural world.

At the heart of our program are interactive storytelling sessions, book giveaways, and engaging educational games—carefully curated to create unforgettable learning moments and joy for preschoolers. These fundamental components cultivate reading proficiency and foster an environment of inclusivity and acceptance.

With your support, we can ensure that every child participating in the reading program receives their own book. A standout feature of our initiative is the distribution of bilingual children's books like "Snorkkel Whalengton: Kindness" (Bondad), available in English, Chinese, and Spanish. 

This initiative advances literacy and diversity, benefiting children and parents, especially those facing language barriers. By guaranteeing access to these books, we cultivate literacy and advocate for literacy diversity and inclusion.

Now, we invite you to join us in this noble endeavor. Your sponsorship will support the growth and expansion of The Preschool Reading Program and contribute to the brighter future of countless children, regardless of their linguistic or cultural backgrounds.

Together, let's make a difference in the lives of our young learners and pave the way for a more inclusive and literate society.

With gratitude,

Arlene Wray

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