Singing to and with your young children is a fun way to build emotional bonds, support their brain development, and promote learning.
Strategy #7 for Successful Reading: Creating Mental Images
By PimaLib_KidsNovember 29, 2020
As your reader grows older, they can learn to create their own pictures in their minds which will help with reading comprehension.
Play is practice for writing
By PimaLib_KidsNovember 26, 2020
When your child grabs for a piece of cereal or zips up their own jacket, they’re building the skills they need for writing.
Dance It Out
By PimaLib_BlogNovember 25, 2020
As a lifelong dancer and licensed Zumba instructor, I often, only half-jokingly, refer to my Zumba class as my “therapy.”
A book, personified
By PimaLib_HollySNovember 24, 2020
Miller-Golf Links Library customer, Ben (age 10), gave us this poem ("The Book") that he wrote. We think it's totally worth sharing! Thanks for the great poem, Ben.
Making friends through music
By PimaLib_KidsNovember 23, 2020
Music is often a social activity, and children can build critical social skills by connecting with others through music.
Help your kids manage their emotions through art and writing
By PimaLib_KidsNovember 19, 2020
Giving kids safe, creative outlets to express emotions is a great way to make them more comfortable in the world and in their own skin.
Join me in the electronic stacks!
By PimaLib_HollySNovember 18, 2020
Even though libraries are open for customers to quickly scan the shelves and select their own books, we still encourage you to try out eBooks and audiobooks.
Love Letter to My Library: Betty and Wendy
By PimaLib_HollySNovember 17, 2020
We're grateful to Books on Wheels customer, Betty, and her daughter, Wendy Sue, for taking the time to submit this Love Letter
Greetings from your picture-book-loving library friend
By PimaLib_HollySNovember 16, 2020
This article, by Jeannie Constantine, was originally published in the Arizona Daily Star on August 16, 2020.
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