September 6, 2012
While we’re celebrating International Literacy Day we’re excited to announce that this past month as Pinterest went public we had over 600,000 followers join us on our Reading Board and Bilingual Babies and Geography Board. We cannot tell you how excited we are able this, if the numbers are accurate (truthfully we’re still questioning it). If those are the two things we share with the world more than anything else that would be a huge goal of both mine and Amanda’s! Here are links below to our two boards, please check them out.
However one can’t help but also acknowledge that if we were to chart on the map the rate of literacy there are still some areas that are not being reached. We really want to help to support literacy in our world. There are some simple steps we can do to build a literacy foundation at home and provide outreach to others. Here are our ideas along with UNESCO.
Tips To Join the Celebration
- Donate books and reading materials to your local school or community centre
- Start a reading club
- Volunteer to teach literacy classes in your community
- Become a mentor of a non-literate person
- Send us your literacy stories at theeducatorsspinonit(at)gmail.com or to joinliteracy(at)unesco.org
Now we invite you to go check our guest post about