Whether you’re planning your very first Children’s Day, Book Day celebration or you’d just like to gather new ideas, there are online resources to help.
On this website, visit Día Resources to Share, where you’ll find a complete Planning Booklet, a printable flyer, videos to share, public service announcements and links to helpful websites.
The Association of Library Service to Children (ALSC), a division of the American Library Association (ALA) provides many Día resources on their website and Facebook page, including:
Don’t forget to add your Día programs to the ALSC Program Registry!
First Book supports Children’s Day, Book Day by working within their own network; their website provides many great resources for teachers:
- Download the First Book Time Savers: Celebrate Día resource and find easy-to-implement tips & resources to help you ensure a meaningful and enjoyable celebration!
- Visit the Stories for All Project™ section to discover books that depict and celebrate diverse characters and experiences.
- Find a special selection of books paired with tip sheets to help you explore Latino Culture and promote Día.
The Texas State Library & Archives Commission provides many resources through their Lone Star Dia page.
Teachers are important advocates for Children’s Day, Book Day. The American Federation of Teacher’s Share My Lesson website is a destination for educators who dedicate their time and professional expertise to provide the best education for students everywhere. visit their Día page to find lesson plans.