Family Literacy Day 2024

Watch the recording of talented Saskatchewan spoken word artists sharing about the power of words and rhyme, inspired by “Welcome to the Cypher” by Khodi Dill.

Family Literacy Day 2023

So many partners made it possible to learn more about Dr. Shadd through the story of “Li’l Shadd: A Story of Ujima” by Alix Lwanga and Miriam Körner – in English and in French.

This is a circle version of the Saskatchewan Literacy Network logo, with a sleeping fox on it to celebrate Family Literacy Day 2022 and "Learning in the Great Outdoors"Family Literacy Day 2022

Over 16,000 of you watched the live reading of “When the Trees Crackle with Cold” by Bernice Johnson-Laxdal and Miriam Körner. You can still watch the video, and get the resources, too!

Family Literacy Day 2021

You can watch the recording of Saskatchewan author Ruth Wellborn reading her book “Never Rub Noses with a Narwhal” (along with some great questions from kids!).

Our Impact

We provide literacy and essential skills leadership in our province. We engage with government departments, academic institutions, organizations, companies, literacy practitioners, communities, and learners across the province. We support others in providing their own community-responsive literacy solutions (including through training, resources, and books!).

Our Reach

By collaborating with partners, friends, and supporters, we ensure quality literacy programming is accessible in Saskatchewan. We reach literacy professionals, programs, and communities all across our province. Like through the Family Literacy Day livestream reading events: in just the past two years, this initiative reached over 201 different Saskatchewan communities!