The library offers one BabyTime session each week on Mondays from 10:30am to 11am.
BabyTime is an interactive early literacy experience intended for babies ages birth to 18 months. It includes nursery rhymes, songs, puppets, rhythm activities, sharing a book, freeplay and more. Babies are born ready to learn. BabyTime is important to help lay the foundation for learning in a fun and relaxed fashion. Although your child is years away from becoming a reader, he or she starts to develop the skills necessary for reading and writing at birth. BabyTime is one of ELPL's Early Literacy programs that not only teaches and reinforces these important skills, but also makes them for for both parent and child.
Upcoming BabyTime sessions:
March's title is Life is So Good by George Dawson and Richard Glaubman will be discussed in March.
Upcoming titles for the Better Living Book Club:
The library offers two ToddlerTime sessions on most Tuesdays. Session times are:
10:15am to 10:45am
11:00am to 11:30am
ToddlerTime is an early literacy experience intended for children 18-36 months old. It includes listening to stories, puppets, and lots of music and movement. ToddlerTime helps lay the foundation for learning in a fun and relaxed fashion. This popular program is one of ELPL's Early Literacy programs that not only teaches and reinforces important pre-literacy skills, but also makes them fun for the child.
Upcoming sessions of ToddlerTime:
In collaboration with the Wharton Center, come and create puppets in honor of the upcoming production of The Gruffalo's Child. Use your imagination to create puppets at our ELPL 2.0 Maker Studio. A variety of materials will be on hand to inspire you!