Created especially for families and childcare providers, WGTE's Early Learning Department is a service which helps adults encourage young children in their natural curiosity and love of learning. Our programs combine quality, trusted television with community outreach and innovative educational materials to help build children's learning skills.
- Calling All Four to Seven-Year-Olds: Enter WGTE's 2015 Share a Story Contest!
If you are 4,5, 6 or 7 years old, enter the WGTE Share a Story Contest today!
Don't delay! Enter by Friday, March 27, 2015.Read more
- Views: 669 Leading For Literacy: Defining The Problem
Leading For Literacy: Defining The Problem
Putting a face on the statistics, area educators and literacy advocates candidly discuss the challenges they face in getting children ready to learn. Issues of nutrition, access, culture and poverty are discussed.
- Views: 631 Leading For Literacy: Seeking Solutions
Leading For Literacy: Seeking Solutions
Area educators and literacy advocates describe the large and small things each of us can do to help get our children ready to read and learn. Community and organizational collaboration is discussed as well as the importance of establishing a personal connection with every child.
- Ohio Ready to Learn Workshops
WGTE is a member of the Ohio Ready to Learn family and offers free workshops to childcare providers. Find out more!
- First Book Program
First Book is a program that provides new storybooks for low-income children, birth through age 8, who live in Lucas, Wood or Ottawa Counties. WGTE works with local organizations and social service agencies to identify families and children who are income-eligible.