How do early learners participate in Summer at Your Library?
Last Updated: Jun 04, 2020     Views: 245

How do early learners participate in Summer at Your Library?


Summer at Your Library is for everyone this year. If you have an early learner (baby, toddler, or preschooler) at home though, you may want to adapt some of the activities. Keep track on the game board, but try reading, writing, singing, talking, and playing with your child each day to help them learn and have fun all summer long. Here are some suggestions for each of these important activities:

Read

  • Build a blanket fort and read a book inside.
  • Read your favorite book together.

Write

  • Trace letters with your fingers as you read.
  • Try writing the alphabet outside with sidewalk chalk.

Talk

  • Make up silly words that rhyme with your name.
  • Talk about your day while you make dinner.

Sing

  • Sing the ABC song together.
  • Learn a new finger rhyme or song.

Play

  • Build an indoor obstacle course.
  • Find five things you can feel, touch, smell, and hear.

You can also view a new Virtual Storytime each week for a short song, rhyme, or story and new at-home activity idea!

 

Last Updated: Jun 04, 2020     Views: 245

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