World Book Day
World Book Day is a charity event held annually in the United Kingdom and Ireland on the first Thursday in March. It is the local manifestation of World Book and Copyright Day (also known as International Day of the Book or World Book Days) organized by UNESCO to promote reading, publishing and copyright. On World Book Day, every child in full-time education in the UK is given a voucher to be spent on books. The Day was first celebrated in 1995 in the United Kingdom. The original, global World Book Day event is generally observed on 23 April.
Related CCEA Resources
Why not celebrate World Book Day by using CCEA's 'Science Through Stories' resources inspired by the Storysack 'Anything's Possible' for Key Stage 1. The story 'Anything's Possible' is available on our website. A range of science activities are also available for Foundation Stage to Key Stage 2 inspired by popular children's stories.
Gaeloideachas: Gaeilge (Litríocht) Teanga agus Litearthacht
Tá cuid de húrscéalta móra an Bhéarla aistrithe agus curtha ar fáil ag CCEA le roinnt blianta anuas. Is féidir iad a úsáid le Lá Domhanda na Leabhar a cheiliúradh le daltaí EC 2 agus 3.
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