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Resources for Early Childhood Professionals

Do you need training hours? Ideas for your classroom? A way to connect with other teachers? If you work with children ages five and younger, this resource guide is for you.

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Resources for Early Childhood Professionals

About us

The LITTLE READ WAGON is the San Antonio Public Library’s early literacy program, designed to support the development of young children’s love of books, reading and learning.
Little Read Wagon staff provide foundational literacy information and materials to parents, extended family, and caregivers of children ages birth-five years. Services are provided free of charge at public libraries, childcare facilities, schools and community-based organizations.

The Little Read Wagon mission is to empower the San Antonio community with an increased awareness of, and the tools to support, early literacy skills.


In this guide you will find information about Little Read Wagon workshops for Early Childhood Professionals. You will also find links for trainings offered by other entities and resources for your classroom. Do you have a question or an idea to share? Send us an email and we'll see what we can do!

You are also invited to explore our main Little Read Wagon guide which has detailed pages and book lists related to the six pre-reading skills every child needs to learn how to read.

Upcoming Teacher Workshops

The San Antonio Public Library's Little Read Wagon early literacy trainings (for those who work with children five and younger) are fun and FREE. Little Read Wagon staff will offer a new workshop for the 2017-18 year: "Diversity in the Classroom: Building Your Library with Mirrors and Windows." View this flyer for more information. Register at

Please visit our Resources for Early Childhood Professionals guide for information about other training providers.

Training for Early Childhood Professionals

Do you have a specific topic you would like to explore? Maybe you need to earn training hours in fulfilment of state licensing requirements. Whatever your primary motivation, these links will give you lots of options.