Our early literacy based programs can be valuable tools in developing essential skills like:
Our programs combine these tools with the Five Simple Practices of
recognized by the Every Child Ready to Read® program as critical to developing language and pre-reading skills. We welcome children of all abilities and are committed to providing all children the opportunity to learn.
AWE Stations are self-contained, interactive learning centers for kids from ages 2-10. They contain fun and educational games on a variety of subjects.
ABCmouse is now available on our computers located in the Youth Services department! ABCmouse is an online learning academy for children ages 2-6 with curriculum focusing on: Reading, Math, Science, Arts & Colors, Health, Social Studies, and Art & Music.
This service is not accessible from home.
Each themed backpack includes books and activities with easy-to-follow activity guides that make learning fun! All materials are developmentally appropriate for young children and reinforce early literacy concepts needed for school success. Search the catalog for Sprout Early Learning!
We have multiple Early Literacy Spots in our preschool area, each designed to enhance development of one or more skills. Look for the blue spots and check back often for new activities!
Are you a new reader? Are you up for a fun challenge? Then join the New Reader's Club! It's easy to do: just pick out a book you like to read, then practice, practice, practice, then read it aloud to a librarian! You'll get a certificate, and a sign will be posted to let everyone know that YOU are the newest reader at the library! YOU can do it!
|Call or email your librarians!|
|Databases and websites especially for students|
|Information for people with disabilites and their caregivers|
|Get ready to read with your library!|
|Children ages 4 and under and in grades K-4 build good reading habits, have fun and earn prizes.|
|A page for kids and parents to find out what's going on at the library|
|Request an assortment of items to pick-up at the drive-up window.|