Storytimes

Storytimes

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Spring 2019 Storytime Sessions

Session 1: January 21 - March 2
Session 2: March 18 - April 27

All storytimes meet in the Tami Borck Storytime Room in the children’s library. No registration is required and all events are free and open to the public.

Daycares can schedule a separate monthly storytime for their group.

See a complete list of events for kids.

Family Fun Storytime

young girls playing with a shaker at storytime

Families are encouraged to attend together

Saturdays | 11 AM

Sing, dance, and enjoy great stories with a librarian on Saturday morning. These interactive storytimes are super charged to develop early literacy. An adult caregiver must attend with children ages 2 or younger.

Baby Rhyme Time

Ages 0 – 18 months with an adult caregiver

Mondays | 11 AM

Thursdays | 9:30 AM

Sing action rhymes and silly songs, read short books together, and enjoy fun music. Learn two new baby sign language words each week. Caregivers participate with children.

Zoofari Tails Storytime

One Friday per month | 10 AM

Each month, children can hear animal stories presented by Sunset Zoo staff. Children can also explore interesting animal artifacts from the zoo such as furs, feathers, and skulls! Zoofari Tails will take the place of 3’s & 4’s storytime on these dates.

1's & 2's Storytime

Ages 12 – 36 months with an adult caregiver

Mondays | 9:30 AM

Tuesdays | 9:30 AM

Wednesdays | 11 AM

Thursdays | 11 AM

Bring your toddler for an active storytime with stories, action rhymes, and music to get toddlers moving and learning. Caregivers participate with children. Parents will learn a new early literacy tip each week.

3's & 4's Storytime

Ages 3+ years

Tuesdays | 11 AM

Fridays | 10 AM

This is a lively session with engaging stories, rhymes, and silly songs. Early literacy skills are developed by incorporating letter awareness, vocabulary building, and more. Every session features musical activities with a parachute or shakers.

Learning is fun!

Storytime activities are based in neuroscience. By moving their arms and legs across their bodies, exploring rhyming words and songs, following directions, and interacting with books, kids are actually preparing their brains to learn to read. If you would like more early literacy tips, please ask a librarian the next time you visit. We love to talk about learning!

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