Children will get to know the world around them through play and exploration while bonding with their family and developing social skills. This program focuses on sensory explorations. Recommended for children birth – 5 years.ory
Join TEIS Early Intervention therapists in a play session at the library to build preschool readiness skills. For parents with children ages birth – 3
It’s never too early to help your child get ready to read! Explore interactive rhymes, songs and stories. Young children and their families will engage in reading activities and creative play in a social environment. Developing early literacy skills now will make it easier for your child to learn to read when they start school. […]
Bring the whole family for books, songs and rhymes. Through the joy of reading, children will expand their vocabulary, exercise the imagination and develop important social and emotional skills. For children birth to 5 years and their caregivers.
Blow bubbles with the Carnegie Library at two exciting events this spring! Read on to learn more about these events and the benefits of bubble play.
Play is widely acknowledged as the true work of a child, but how can we honor that in our busy lives?
Play supports literacy and learning; it is the conduit through which children develop both the ability and readiness to learn.
Along with the other early learning activities–singing, writing, reading and talking, playing helps children build early literacy skills and is the foundation for school readiness.