Learning how to talk is an important journey that little ones take in their early development and as they prepare for literacy. Some children may experience more difficulty, while others will develop ahead of the curve. Some factors that may affect the different ways in which young ones learn include: gender, how many languages being […]
What’s so special about pre-reading classes at the library? We have trained and enthusiastic staff to help your child get ready to read and we know your child will learn so much each week, that’s why! These fun hour long classes include reading, writing, playing, talking and singing: Sing: We use egg shakers, bells, rhythm […]
Even I know that and I’m not a parent! There is no one manual given to you when you become a parent that tells you exactly what to do and when to do it. But there is one place where you can gets lots of great information to help you on your parenting journey: the […]
Next week begins Ottawa Hills’ Let’s Play! workshops. These are part of Family Place Libraries, and we are gearing up for a fun five weeks! There is still time to register, though not a lot of space left, so register soon. Remember, if you are unable to register for this session, the Main Library will […]
Come hear holiday stories, help decorate holiday cookies, sing, and enjoy hands-on fun!
The Fall session of storytime classes have been so fun! We read, we play, we sing, we talk and we “write” some great adventures together. Last week’s storytime class was Halloween Day at the Seymour Branch, and we created a bit more mischief than normal when some unusual animals and superheroes attended. Here is Giraffe, […]