I've been asked submit a proposal for an early childhood conference. I've presented there before, but this time they are asking for something different. I'm stuck. I've been doing the same presentation for a couple of years. This conference is attended by mostly preschool teachers, along with toddler/infant teachers. Maybe kindergarten teachers. So, I need some ideas. My focus will be literacy. I've already done Family Literacy Bags. I've thought about Mentor Texts, but I don't know if this would be appropriate for this audience. I've thought about doing something with building literacy skills, but I don't know what direction to take on it. Games to make out of household supplies? Building literacy with books? songs? (I really don't want to sing in front of adults). Getting families involved in literacy? If you were going to a conference what would you like to learn about?