Pustaka organises Reading Seeds programme

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KUCHING: The public are invited to join the ‘Reading Seeds: Bermain Boleh Buat Anak Pandai?’ programme organised by Sarawak State Library (Pustaka).

In a recent statement, Pustaka said the programme would be held on Friday (Feb 11) and participation is free.

The programme would take place from 3pm to 4pm virtually through Zoom webinar as well as on Pustaka’s Facebook page and YouTube channel.

“Playing is a natural activity for children. While playing, children feel free, cheerful, and satisfied. Playing is also said to be important for children’s development.

“How can playing make a child smart? What is the role of parents in promoting a playing process which is of quality?” said Pustaka.

In order to discover the answers to these questions, Pustaka encouraged the public to join them together with Laili Harliba, founder of Wisdomley Psychological and Family Consultant by registering via the Pustaka website (www.pustaka-sarawak.com).

A participation e-certificate will also be provided for those who follow the Zoom webinar.

The public can visit Pustaka’s website and social media for more developments. For further enquiries, officer Nurfatini Apandi can be contacted at 082-442000 ext 347.

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