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Ready, Set, Kindergarten!

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It’s time to register for Full-Day Kindergarten!

What an exciting time! Starting school is a big step for little people and probably feels like an even bigger step for the people that love and support them.

What can you do to ensure that you are ready this September?

Literacy Tip - January 25

literacy tip january 25

How many words can you think of that rhyme with cat?

Literacy Tip - January 18

literacy tip january 18

Encourage relatives and friends to give your
children books or magazine subscriptions as gifts.

Like it or not, winter is here!

Like it or not, winter is here! Winter might be long and cold, but there are lots of things you can do by yourself or with your family to make it enjoyable. And the Library can help you get started. Here are a few great books that embrace the season with fun facts, easy to make crafts and loads of activities. So explore, create and have fun!

 

Literacy Tip - January 11

literacy tip january 11
Play I Spy while in your car, on a walk or in the Library.
Say "I spy with my little eye something that starts with an ssss sound."
Try different letter sounds.

Literacy Tip - January 4

literacy tip january 4
Talk to your child.
Tell stories about yourself and your family.
Make a game of it and have everyone at the dinner table talk about one thing that happened to them that day.

Literacy Tip - December 29

literacy tip december 29
Read some Nursery Rhymes and emphasize the rhyming words.
For example:  Hey diddle diddle   The cat and the fiddle...

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Winter Break is here!

Winter imageWant to keep busy this winter break?  So do we!  We've planned some awesome programs and activities just for you.  Join us for storytimes, puppet shows, games, gadgets, movies, Lego and more!

What's on...

Literacy Tip - December 21

literacy tip december 21
Give your child lots of opportunities to draw.
Drawing is an important early literacy activity.
It teaches them how to hold a pencil or crayon and encourages creativity.

Literacy Tip - December 14

literacy tip december 14

Choose a letter from the alphabet and count how many times you can find it around the house,
when you are riding in the car or going for a walk.