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[BKARTS] Save the Date(s) For Summer Classes

The San Francisco Center for the Book is pleased to announce its 2nd annual Summer Bookmaking Intensive for Teachers.

Starting June 20th and continuing on June 23rd through 26th, the SFCB is offering 16 specially priced workshops where teachers can discover ideas and inspiration for a whole year of imaginative teaching.

These classes are exclusively for teachers, librarians, principals and arts educators. They focus principally on grades K–8 (but some are appropriate for high school, too). And all the workshops give participants instantly usable projects, easy-to-follow instructions, and convincing evidence that making books with students is a fun and effective way of nurturing literacy and artistic expression across all areas of the curriculum.

You can download a flyer at the SFCB's Teacher Features blog, http:// www.sfcb.org/teacher-features. For complete descriptions, please visit this page on the SFCB web site: http://www.sfcb.org/php/ etype.php?id=32.

Got questions? Want more details? Need help deciding which classes will suit you best? Send an email Cathy, sfcb@xxxxxxxxxxxx, for fast, knowledgeable answers.

Registration begins April 1st (no joke); please call (415) 565-0565 to enroll.

Cathy Miranker
SFCB Youth Programs
Teacher Features blog:www.sfcb.org/teacher-features

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