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Story Time & More

Baby / Toddler

2020-02-19 10:30:00 2020-02-19 11:00:00 America/New_York Story Time & More Introduce your child to the world of books while learning easy ways to build early literacy skills. Registration is required for all. Plain Community Branch

Wednesday, February 19
10:30am - 11:00am

Add to Calendar 2020-02-19 10:30:00 2020-02-19 11:00:00 America/New_York Story Time & More Introduce your child to the world of books while learning easy ways to build early literacy skills. Registration is required for all. Plain Community Branch

Plain Community Branch

Meeting Room

Introduce your child to the world of books while learning easy ways to build early literacy skills. Registration is required for all.

FAQs

Why is story time important?
With an early introduction to skills such as holding a book or listening to stories, children have a better chance at succeeding in school, which translates into positive outcomes later in life. Our Start Smart initiative focuses on providing the information and tools that parents, caregivers, and educators need to facilitate early literacy development. Early Literacy is the knowledge a child develops about reading and writing before actually learning to read or write. 

What is the role of a parent or caregiver during story time?
A parent or caregiver must remain in the story time area. It is the perfect time to gain awareness of age-appropriate books, music, songs and activities suited for your child.

How can a parent or caregiver make the most of story time?

  • By attending story time regularly.
  • By arriving a few minutes early.
  • By participating when encouraged to do so.
  • By not bringing food or toys.
  • By taking an upset child out of the area until he or she calms down.
  • By talking with your child about the stories afterward.
  • By repeating the story time rhymes and songs at home with your child.

Plain Community Branch

plain@starklibrary.org
Phone: 330-494-3399

Branch manager
Kathy Clay

Hours
We're closed Monday April 06
We're closed Tuesday April 07
We're closed Wednesday April 08
We're closed Thursday April 09
We're closed Friday April 10
We're closed Saturday April 11
We're closed Sunday April 12
We're closed Monday April 13
Mon, Apr 06 Closed
Tue, Apr 07 Closed
Wed, Apr 08 Closed
Thu, Apr 09 Closed
Fri, Apr 10 Closed
Sat, Apr 11 Closed
Sun, Apr 12 Closed

About the branch

The Plain Community Branch is located within GlenOak High School and serves as both a public library and the high school library for the school.

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