Ready to craft a creative holiday treat? This Library Make episode features a a book and craft combo sure to bring a smile! Gingerbread Baby by Jan Brett is a fabulous book with delightful illustrations sure to spark your little one’s imagination. Aim to practice three early literacy skills with this fun activity: reading, talking, […]
Time for a family game night! Does your family play board games together? Playing together not only strengthens your family, but board games have great lessons for kids, lessons like counting, patience, taking turns, and fair play! Counting happens to be an important pre-literacy skill, so in this tutorial we’ll show you how to make […]
Story interaction is a great way to boost your child’s narrative skills, build vocabulary, and help increase reading comprehension. Kate from Parr Library explores different ways to encourage interaction while reading books or even a book app. Stop motion and felt apps help children actively recreate the plot or favorite scenes from a story.
As learners, we all react to using our senses differently when discovering new things. Traditional learning usually involves just sight and hearing, but this DIY learning craft uses your little one’s sense of touch to aid in learning shapes and more! In the DIY cards, three senses are exercised to help master shapes, numbers, and […]