Wintertime is a magical season for young children. Whether you are a snow bunny or are more of the hibernating type, the winter season can provide some unique opportunities for early learning.
Fabulous Fall Activities for Early Learners
I don’t know about y’all, but fall is my number-one season. Break out the autumn sweaters and decorative gourds! For families and caregivers with young children, this season also provides endless opportunities for early learning. Here are a few of my favorite activities which I look forward to year-round.
Summer Reading With Five Kinds of Nonfiction Children’s Books
As the school year winds down, it’s a perfect time to get into the summer reading mindset. Some kids might look forward to diving into their favorite chapter books, and some kids might need a little extra help to find just the right book. Nonfiction titles are a great option for engaging reluctant readers, and come in a variety of styles.
Sensory Support at Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh
As this month of Autism Awareness draws to a close, I want to celebrate some of the ways Carnegie Library supports children with autism and sensory needs throughout the year. Read on to learn more.