| Who: Colleen CobleWhen: Tuesday, August 19Time: 6:30 pmWhere: Library Community Room
What: Babes in Story Land
Age: Birth to 2 years
What: Mother Goose
Time: 11—11:30 Age: 3 years
What: Story Hour When: Tuesdays,
Age: 4-5 years
Registration is required for preschool programs. Call 628-2882 to register.
What is Early Literacy?
Early literacy is what children know about reading and writing before they actually learn to read and write. Early Literacy is not the teaching of reading. It’s building a foundation for reading through a set of positive interactions so that when they are taught to read, they’re ready. The interactions that children have with books, paper, crayon, music and the adults in their lives will be their building blocks for language, reading and writing development.
- Begin reading books early, even when your child is a newborn.
- Make book sharing a special time.
- Let your baby see you reading.
- Visit your public library often.
- Children who enjoy being read to will want to learn how to read.
Literacy Developmental Milestones Chart
What: Welcome Back to School - One Day Book Fair
When: Tuesday, August 12
Time: 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Where: Children's Library
Join us for this one day event to celebrate the start of school.
WHERE: GREENTOWN CHILDREN’S LIBRARY WHEN: TUESDAY, AUGUST 12 TIME: 8:30 am WHO: MOMS (IF MOM IS NOT AVAILABLE ANOTHER ADULT MAY ATTEND) We welcome all moms to attend our Muffins for Moms event to celebrate our Welcome Back to School - One Day Book Fair. Enjoy FREE muffins, fresh-brewed coffee, and juice along with lively conversation with other area moms and friends. Complete the form below and return to the library to make sure we order the right amount of muffins. For more information call 628-2882.
Please RSVP by Friday, August 8, 2014 Name ____________________________
Phone # ___________________________
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