Read, Write, Count

Spark a love of learning and discovery by doing something fun together as a family at one of East Renfrewshire Libraries' Read, Write, Count events!

Read, Write, Count

About Read, Write, Count

Read, Write, Count is a Scottish government-led campaign that aims to encourage families in Scotland to include easy and fun reading, writing and counting activities in their everyday lives.

Read, Write, Count at your library is an activity that will spark a love of learning and discovery by doing something fun together as a family.

All resources and tips will be provided for you to enjoy exploring, making and creating together. Each month, there will be something new to discover together.

Free, no need to book
Suitable for ages 5 - 9

February: One small step for man, one giant leap for mankind- join us as we explore the moon!

Busby Library: Friday 15 February
Eaglesham Library: Friday 15 February
Barrhead Foundry Library: Tuesday 19 February
Thornliebank Library: Tuesday 19 February
Neilston Library: Wednesday 20 February
Giffnock Library: Thursday 21 February
Clarkston Library: Friday 22 February
Mearns Library: Wednesday 27 February

While we take every opportunity to ensure the details for Read, Write, Count are accurate, we always advise that you contact the event organiser before setting out for the event to avoid disapointment.

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