TORONTO, ON — At this year’s Reading For The Love Of It (RFTLOI) literacy conference, Rubicon officially hard launched our BOLDPRINT Inquiry series, a trailblazing combination of inquiry, literacy, and big ideas in social studies, science, and the humanities topics. During February 20–21, Rubicon introduced BOLDPRINT Inquiry to teachers and professionals from across the province. Colinda Clyne, the series Indigenous Content Consultant was a speaker at this year’s conference, as well as a few of our series authors, Kari-Lynn Winters, and Larry Swartz.
BOLDPRINT Inquiry features 150 carefully levelled little books for grades 1 to 3, designed to spark inquiry and wonder. The books are curated into five Inquiry Collections per grade, focusing on Science, Social Studies, and Humanities topics. Each title within a Collection is linked to an inquiry question that leads to the exploration of big ideas. BOLDPRINT INQUIRY also features expert professional learning support for teachers. Bringing inclusive, inquiry-based learning to the classroom has never been easier!
To learn more about our new series, BOLDPRINT Inquiry, please click here.