Now introducing Wonderopolis®. NCFL’s latest contribution to family literacy, Wonderopolis is a place where parents nurture a brighter world for their children through discovery, creativity, learning and imagination.
Camp Wonderopolis is a free, science-themed, online-learning summer (or, anytime) Camp featuring content tailored for gaming and inquiry-based learning. Kids and parents can engage in Wonder lessons to earn Wonder Cards® and try fun hands-on Maker activities using everyday objects.
Better World Books and NCFL are seeing a big impact from the Libraries and Families grants that have been awarded to 9 library programs across the country.
Toyota, one of the nation’s most successful corporations, began a partnership with NCFL in 1991. In addition to a commitment of more than $36 million to establish model literacy programs throughout the country, Toyota has also contributed a wealth of in-kind support — including advertising, planning and management expertise — to form one of the most progressive corporate/nonprofit partnerships in the nation.
The FACE program was created in 1990 by the Bureau of Indian Affairs (now the Bureau of Indian Education) within the Office of Indian Education Programs to develop an integrated model for an American Indian early childhood/parental involvement program.