Entries by Jerissa

Building Brains by Playing with Your Children

Parents, did you realize that children develop essential skills that help them learn how to read long before formal reading instruction begins? These are called early literacy skills, and they include vocabulary, print motivation, phonological awareness, print awareness, letter knowledge, and narrative skills. How do children gain these skills, exactly? The answer is simple. Through […]

Building Brains by Singing with Your Children

Parents, did you realize that children develop essential skills that help them learn how to read long before formal reading instruction begins? These are called early literacy skills, and they include vocabulary, print motivation, phonological awareness, print awareness, letter knowledge, and narrative skills. How do children gain these skills, exactly? The answer is simple. Through […]

Building Brains by Reading with Your Children

Parents, did you realize that children develop essential skills that help them learn how to read long before formal reading instruction begins? These are called early literacy skills, and they include vocabulary, print motivation, phonological awareness, print awareness, letter knowledge, and narrative skills. How do children gain these skills, exactly? The answer is simple. Through […]

Building Brains by Talking With Your Children

Parents, did you realize that children develop essential skills that help them learn how to read long before formal reading instruction begins? These are called early literacy skills, and they include vocabulary, print motivation, phonological awareness, print awareness, letter knowledge, and narrative skills. How do children gain these skills, exactly? The answer is simple. Through […]

Raising Resilient Children

Parents and caregivers of children ages 0-12 are welcome to join us for “Raising Resilient Children,” a Triple P virtual seminar. Triple P is a researched-based program that promotes positive relationships between parents and their children. It helps parents develop effective strategies for dealing with childhood behavioral, emotional, and other developmental issues. Registration is required. […]

March Storytime Kits for Families

March Storytime Kits are ready for you to pick up and enjoy with your little ones. We have two types of kits available: a Baby/Toddler Storytime Kit and a Family Storytime Kit. Each one is designed to enhance your storytime experience and provide continuous opportunities for early literacy fun at home. Here’s what you can […]

Read Me a Book Club: Narwhal and Jelly

  Do you have a kiddo in grades K-2? Sign them up for our podtastic new Read Me a Book Club! Our next virtual meet up is on Thursday, February 25, at 6 p.m. We will read and discuss Narwhal: Unicorn of the Sea, the first book in the New York Times Bestselling series Narwhal […]

Get Your February Storytime Kit!

February Storytime Kits are ready for you to pick up and enjoy with your little ones. We have two types of kits available: a Baby/Toddler Storytime Kit and a Family Storytime Kit. Each one is designed to enhance your storytime experience and provide continuous opportunities for early literacy fun at home. Here’s what you can […]

Triple P Seminars Are Back!

The library is partnering with Family Resource Center to offer a series of Triple P, Positive Parenting Virtual Seminars. Triple P is a researched-based program that promotes positive relationships between parents and their children. It helps parents develop effective strategies for dealing with childhood behavioral, emotional, and other developmental issues. Join us for one, two, or […]

Storytime Kits Return!

January Storytime Kits are ready for you to pick up and enjoy with your little ones. We have two types of kits available: a Baby/Toddler Storytime Kit and a Family Storytime Kit. Each one is designed to enhance your storytime experience and provide continuous opportunities for early literacy fun at home. Here’s what you can […]