Literacy Strong

Meet Nicole

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Nicole Fernandez

There are over 800 million people in the world who can't read or write a simple sentence.  Weak literacy skills leads to lower levels of health care, career success, academic success, and social contentment.  But literacy isn't just reading and writing; it's learning to communicate in all forms of media.  To improve literacy, I have developed 5 workouts.  Simply choose one each day and exercise your mind for 20 minutes to lead to improved literacy.  Together, we can strive to wipe out illiteracy in our world.

5 Daily Literacy Workouts

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Word Games

Listen to an Audio Book

Listen to an Audio Book

A fun way to work on your literacy skills is to play word games.

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Listen to an Audio Book

Listen to an Audio Book

Listen to an Audio Book

Relax and listen to an audio book

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Read a Great Book

Listen to an Audio Book

Read a Great Book

Find your favorite book and settle in for a Good Read

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Write in a Journal

Read to Someone Else

Read to Someone Else

Write Your Thoughts Down in a Journal

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Read to Someone Else

Read to Someone Else

Read to Someone Else

Share a Book with Someone Special