DIY Literacy Craft: Puzzle Flowers (LIBRARY MAKE)

Play is one of five early literacy practices that help to develop literacy skills in children. This craft involves play through solving puzzles! These lovely puzzle flowers will engage your child while practicing recognizing words, numbers, shapes, colors, and even patterns—all while developing their problem solving skills. These puzzles are extremely easy to adapt, making them suitable […]

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DIY Literacy Crafts: LIBRARY MAKE’s 25th Episode!

It’s a three-for-one crafting special! Threading crafts are a fantastic way to improve fine motor skills, an important pre-writing skill for kids. Little hands need lots of practice, but don’t worry!  We’ve created three activities help your child increase their dexterity:  a yarn threading grid, some yarn-wrapped decorations, and a threaded yarn bag to hold it all. Watch […]

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Baby Sign Language – Bath

Babies develop motor skills before they develop the ability to speak. Teaching your baby sign language opens the door to communication, leading to more fun and less frustration! Please join us for: Babes in Arms – rhymes, music, movement, and sign language for children aged 0-9 months. Rhyme Time – songs, nursery rhymes, books, and […]

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DIY Literacy Tool: Light Table (LIBRARY MAKE)

Sensory play, or letting your child explore the world with their five senses through play, is a great way to heighten their early learning efforts.  Encourage your child’s sensory play by using a light table!  A light table is simply a table or box with a large surface backed by light.   Your child will […]

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