Birth to Eight
The day children are born, their brains are primed for language. Talking with your child about anything and everything helps them build oral language skills, which are critical to early literacy!
Singing is incredibly engaging for children and has countless early literacy benefits, which include building vocabulary, slowing down language, developing memory skills, and so much more!
Reading helps children understand how text works and positions them to increase their language and literacy skills throughout their lives.
When children are given a chance to explore scribbling, draw pictures, and tell stories, they are learning reading skills. Being an active participant in writing helps keep children excited about reading stories.
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Available as mobile apps you can use anywhere! Read-alongs, streaming video, reading recommendations, and more. All free with your library card.
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Storyline is bringing back the old ways of storytelling, like back-in-the-day campfire gatherings and radio plays, kids can listen to stories!
New stories launch every Tuesday. Make it a tradition to call and listen. All ages welcome!