Summer 2017 Programming for Babies & Toddlers:

The Summer Programming session will run from Monday, June 3 to Monday, July 31

Baby Storytime

Stories, rhymes, songs, and more! This program is a great way to introduce your little one to the Library, incorporating lots of movement, toys with textures, bells, and sensory activities! Best for children between the ages of 0-30 months.

Toddler Storytime

Listen to stories, sing songs, wiggle and move at this active storytime best for children between the ages of 2 and 3. This 20-25 minute storytime will be followed by a simple craft!

Babies Play 2 Learn

Babies ages 0-30 months and their care givers are welcome to come learn through playing!

Toddlers Play 2 Learn

Toddlers ages 2-3 years and their care givers are welcome to come learn through playing!

Creative Constructors

Children ages 0-12 years and their families are welcome to build, learn, and play with LEGO® and Duplo® bricks!

Family Storytime

Songs, rhymes and stories that fill your imagination and expand your knowledge. A craft will follow this 25 minute storytime.

Colorin, Colorado

Spanish/English storytime! All ages are welcome to this program that’s fun for the whole family. You do not have to speak or read Spanish to enjoy Colorin, Colorado!

Saturday Storytime

Songs, rhymes and stories that fill your imagination and expand your knowledge. A craft will follow this 25 minute storytime. (No Storytime on January 28)

Special Events:

 

 

 

For a full schedule of Children’s Programming, click the link below:

Summer Event Flyer 2017

Great Reads for:

Prepare Your Child to Read :

Learning to read begins at birth! Check out this document to learn more about what you can do to help your child develop vital literacy skills: Prepare Your Child to Read!

More Information

Early Literacy and Language Tools from the Zero to Three Website

Mem Fox’s Ten Read-Aloud Commandments

  1. Richard Anderson, et al., Becoming a Nation of Readers: The Report of the Commission on Reading (Champaign: University of Illinois, 1985), 23.