Fall Story Times 2015
Registration for the Fall Story Times will take place in person, Monday, September 14th from 10am - 9pm. After the first day, registration may also be done over the phone. Registration is required and spaces are limited, so first-come, first-served will apply. You may register for only one story time per child, per week. Please expect to attend for all 10 weeks, if possible. Story times will start the week of September 28th and run for 10 weeks, except for the week of thanksgiving.
Fall Storytime Schedule:
Monday 10am One year olds
11am One and two year olds
1:30pm Pre-school (3 - 5 year olds)
Tuesday 10am Read and Play (6 mos to 24 months)
11am Gotta Move! (2 - 4 year olds)**
1:30pm Pre-School (3 - 5 year olds)
Wednesday 10am Toddlers (2 - 3 year olds)
6:30pm Evening Pajama Time (2 - 4 year olds)
Thursday 10am Toddlers (2 - 3 year olds)
11am Pre-school (ages 3 - 5)
* Read and Play has 5 - 8 minutes of stories & songs, but the majority of the class is a play group
** Gotta Move! is an interactive, non-traditional story time for the child who has trouble sitting still
The Library's Puzzle and Builder Games Program
ABCmouse is now available for use on the library REF computers.
Children Services Librarian Mrs. Kushner regularily plans programs and events for children from pre-school to grade 5.
In addition to a large collection of picture books, board books, chapter books, information books and audio books there are story kits and sick kits that may be borrowed.
The kits contain books, sound recording and activities on various themes including but not limited to: autumn, snow, transportation.
Sites for Kids
The links listed below are to websites that have been selected as appropriate for children. However, since the Internet is constantly changing what is appropriate today may be inappropriate tomorrow. While the library regularly checks these links it cannot guarantee that they will still be suitable in the future.Bensguide
Ben's Guide to U.S. Government for Kids is a service of the Superintendent of Documents, U.S. Government Printing Office (GPO). The site provides learning tools for K-12 students, parents, and teachers. The resources will teach how our government works, the use of the primary source materials of GPO Access, and how one can use GPO Access to carry out their civic responsibilities. And, just as GPO Access provides locator services to U.S. Government sites, Ben's Guide provides a similar service to U.S. Government Web sites developed for kids.
An Internet search guide designed for students in grades K to 12.
For kids aged 9 to 14 FactMonster.com combines reference materials, fun facts and features including an encyclopedia, dictionary, atlas, and the Information Please® kids' almanac. There is a Homework Center in addition to fun games and quizzes.
Created by librarian Jean Polly, a.k.a. Netmom, the site contains links to sites that would be helpful for students.
An Internet subject guide and search engine designed for children. Created by a reading specialist and library media specialist it features book trailers organized by year and by grade level as well as spelling, typing, vocabulary and grammar games. Additionally there are author and book reviews.
An Internet subject guide and search engine designed for children.