Sat Feb. 22Love Your Petpalooza Craft Day! All-day Sat. Feb. 22 the Library will host a Love Your Petpalooza Craft Day! Stop in the Library any...Read On
Mon Feb. 24Baby Rhymes Baby Rhymes: Read to Your Bunny (for children ages birth to 24 months) will be held Mon., Feb. 3, 10...Read On
Tue Feb. 25Baby Rhymes Baby Rhymes: Read to Your Bunny (for children ages birth to 24 months) will be held Tues., Feb. 4, 1...Read On
Ages Birth to 5
Baby Rhymes: Read to Your Bunny
Mondays 10:30 AM @ FS 82
Tuesdays 10:30 AM @ Library
For ages birth to 24 months. These sessions help parents and caregivers engage babies in early literacy brain-building through stories, rhymes, and finger-plays. Space is limited. View the schedule for upcoming events.
Toddler Tunes: Music & Motion
Thursdays 10:30 AM @ Library
For ages 18 to 36 months. This program incorporates stories and songs along with dancing, playing, and games to foster language and motor skill development. Space is limited. View the schedule for upcoming events.
Preschool Stories: A-B-C's and 1-2-3's
Wednesdays 10:30 AM @ Library
For ages 3 to 5. Children and their caregivers enjoy books, songs, rhymes, and activities while building language and socialization skills to prepare for Kindergarten. Space is limited. View the schedule for upcoming events.
Kindergarten to Fifth Grade (K-5)
Sunday 3:00 PM @ FS 82 (1 per month)
For ages 3 to 3rd Grade. One Sunday a month the library hosts Family Tales. The entire family enjoys stories and activities fostering a love of books and reading as well as social-emotional development. View the schedule for upcoming events.
Saturday 11:00 AM @ Library (1 per month)
For Grades K - 5. One Saturday each month the library hosts STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math) Saturday featuring experiments and craft tables all day. View the schedule for upcoming events.
Outreach to Childcare Facilities
Library staff members visit preschools and childcare centers in Southern Pines on a monthly basis.
Library staff offer tours to caregivers and children.
Every Child Ready to Read at Your Library
Developed by the Public Library Association in conjunction with the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development, Every Child Ready to Read is designed to give parents and caregivers tools they can use to help their children learn important pre-reading skills that will make it easier for them when they start school. All birth through age 5 programming provided by Library staff uses the Every Child Read to Read curriculum. For more information, call the library at 910-692-8235.
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