June 1 - July 30
Activities & Reading for Children
Read aloud 20 minutes a day to aid mental growth and success later in life. Three-year-olds love to chatter to themselves. Encourage their storytelling by placing books within their reach around the house. Try books like:
Books, magazines, audio books, puppets, puzzles, games, picture books, fiction and nonfiction, board books, buddy backpacks, Echo bags, children’s movies, juvenile books, fiction and nonfiction.
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• Word processing
• Online databases
• Nabi’s – we have a Nabi and a Nabi Junior for in-library use.
Computer users under 18 years of age must have a parent or guardian come to the library and read and sign the Internet Use Policy (hot linked to our policy) giving them permission to go on the internet.
WIFI – families are welcome to bring their laptops and use the library’s WiFi.
Unattended children policy here.
The Caldecott Award goes to the illustrator of the most distinguished picture book for children published in the United States.
The Newbery Award goes to the most distinguished contribution to literature for children published in the United States.
June 1 - July 30
Children's Storytime (pre-school)
Beginning January 13th, 2021 join us in the Twing room on Thursdays at 10 a.m. for stories, songs, and fun! *Storytime is offered on Thursday mornings at 10 a.m. from January 13, 2022 thru March 17 & September 9, 2021 thru November 4, 2022.
Legos at the Library
Build your Lego design for the chance to win a prize! Our annual Lego competition begins in March.
Did you know we have more than just books for the kids to take home?
Going on a trip? Need some car entertainment? Here are some ideas.
Book Buddies, Buckaroo Books, Indian Paint Brush and Wyoming Reads.
Library School Activities