Learning has no limits! Evening Magazine’s, Kim Holcomb, visited Hamlin Robinson School on Friday, January 28 to support “Friday Family Story Hour”.
“Friday Family Story Hour” is a free event that invites children (approx. 2-5) and their caregivers to dress up in the day’s theme, sing, dance and listen to storybooks read by a guest storyteller.
The Story Hour is designed to encourage children to read with their parents and develop foundational language and literacy skills in a fun and engaging way.
Hamlin Robinson School is a K-8, Seattle-based school that offers a specialized, full-curriculum, learning program for children with dyslexia and other related language difficulties.
The school’s multi-sensory language approach has instilled confidence and a sense of achievement in over 1,000 students since opening in 1983.
“Friday Family Story Hour” will be held February 4th, February 11th and February 18th (9:30AM-10:30AM)