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Family goes for a walk outside

Take the family on a Community Adventure scavenger hunt!

Mom, dad and baby check out the contents of a Baby Books to Go bag, enjoying a picture book (Links to more information about Baby Books to Go)

Enjoy a Baby Books to Go bag filled with books and an activity sheet!

Mom and baby enjoy a picture book at the library (Links to early learning newsletters and activity sheets)

Get inspired to read, rhyme and play with early learning activity packets.

Celebrate Winter

Library Resources

Enjoy these resources free with your library card.

A tip from your Librarians

Through five simple practicesTalk, Sing, Read, Write, and Play every day  you can help build a child’s foundation for reading success and Kindergarten readiness. 

Talk – the more we talk to and with children, the more they learn about language and their world. 

Sing – singing develops rhyming skills, pre-reading skills and makes use of the incredible teaching tool of music! 

Read – reading builds vocabulary and storytelling. It introduces children to wonderful words, beautiful illustrations and provides a doorway to the world around them. 

Write/Draw – drawing and scribbling give children practice with writing tools. They also spark a child’s creativity and artistic expression. 

Play – through play, children explore, experiment, build social skills and practice symbolic thinking. 

Mom and child enjoy a craft during Play to Learn for preschoolers

Library fun anytime

Connect with us online and find fun videos and activities you can do any time, including bi-lingual story time!