After thinking about what kind of material I could post for young language learners, I soon realized that this is a grossly underserved segment of our community. In the absence of any serious legislation and education reform coming out of ARS, I feel it is our obligation to encourage and collaborate with others on the development of age-appropriate pedagogical materials for Sicilian (Arbëresh and Gallo-Italic) language learners at the grade school level. In order to promote learning and using the language(s) in a practical sense, we need to be able to offer materials to our youth that are fun and engaging. It's almost a no-brainer! Unfortunately, a quick internet search yields nothing of the sort. In fact, resources for the young language learners of our community are practically non-existent, with the exception of tired short stories, folktales, riddles, and poetry. This is not enough. I'd like to get a consensus of other Cademia members regarding this issue. I've discussed this with a few people already who also see this as a critical area of need. I don't want to speak for anyone else but I know we have motivated members willing to solve these kinds of problems. Is this something that can be further explored by forming a subcommittee? Anyone with experience in education, childhood development, foreign language teaching, creative writing, translation, or more would be welcome participants of this task force. Chi nni diciti?