Date: 24-07-2023

SPYNKA centers support 10,000 Ukrainian children and families in Poland

Through the SPYNKA program, ISSA Member, Comenius Foundation for Child Development is supporting refugee children and caregivers from Ukraine with high quality, trauma informed early childhood education and care.

Date: 26-04-2023

30,000 Children in Romania and Poland Receive Story Books in Ukrainian

In 2022, the ISSA Secretariat and Members distributed 195,000 copies of books in Ukrainian to children in Ukraine, Poland, and Romania.

Ponies from the Land of the Rainbow: a Collection of Pro-Diversity Stories



Ponies from the Land of the Rainbow: A collection of pro-diversity stories | Căluții din ținutul curcubeului: O colecție de Povești pro-Diversitate.

With Friends to the Seaside



With Friends to the Seaside is a picture book created by children under the mentorship of preschool teachers at a meeting attended by Roma children and their parents. It is written in Slovenian and Romani with the possibility for including additional translation of the text. 

 

Reading Corner Kits - Opening Magic Doors: Reading and Learning Together with Children (6-8 YRS)



ISSA has created three Activity Kits to accompany selected groups of Reading Corner books. The Kits offer teachers, parents, and caregivers guidance on the most efficient ways to engage children in exciting and meaningful learning, using books as a starting point for inquiry and action.

Reading Corner Kits - Opening Magic Doors: Reading and Learning Together with Children (4-5 YRS)



ISSA has created three Activity Kits to accompany selected groups of Reading Corner books. The Kits offer teachers, parents, and caregivers guidance on the most efficient ways to engage children in exciting and meaningful learning, using books as a starting point for inquiry and action.

You Are a Really Good Friend of Mine



Best friends are separated from one another when one moves to another country. They call, write letters, think about each other, remember each other's favorite food and plan one day to visit.

To Have a Dog



Matthew lives in an orphanage. He wanted a dog. He received other gifts and things through the years - stuffed animals, toys, snails, even lice - but never a dog.

The Littlest One



Yurchyk, the littlest member of the family, tries to be bigger by climbing on various things. He learns that he becomes bigger by doing something "big", not by being taller.

The Icicle



Alex wants to buy his mother a birthday present, but all he has is a frying pan! He bangs on it with a street orchestra to earn money, but the musicians chase him away.