August 31, 2012

Fall Programs Starting!

The kids are back in school. Summer traveling is wrapping up this weekend. And the Cedar Lake Branch Library is back to regular programming!

All our preschool programs are designed to enhance preliteracy skills to help your child be ready to learn to read.

There's something for every age group and every child. So please check out these programs!

Mother Goose on the Loose: Children from birth to 35 months old and their caregiver. Participate in stories, nursery rhymes, fingerplays and music activities. Children in this program are on the move and beginning to learn how to interact in social situations. 
1st and 3rd Fridays @ 10:30am


Toddler Time: Children ages 2-3 years and their caregiver. Participate in stories, finger plays, music activities, crafts, and more. In this program, children hear more books than in Mother Goose. 
2nd & 4th Thursdays @ 10:30am

Preschool Story Hour: Children ages 4-5. Hear stories and participate in music activities, rhymes, crafts and other activities. Children get their first experiences of attending programs without their caregiver. 
During our short movie and craft, adults come in the room to participate with their child. 
1st & 3rd Tuesdays @ 10:30am and 1:00pm. Both sessions are the same.


School Age Programs: Children in grades Kindergarten through 5th grade. Enjoy stories, games, crafts and more during these programs. 
4th Thursday @ 4:30pm

Reader Leader: Children in grades Kindergarten through 5th grade. Team up with a youth volunteer for reading activities, games and crafts. Read with Piper and Bailey, the licensed therapy dogs. 
3rd Tuesday @ 4:30pm

  All Ages Programs: Children of all ages and their caregivers. There are many to choose from!
     * Lego Mania: 1st Thursday @ 4:30pm
     *Art Saturday: Open House style from 10-12. Check the library calendar for dates. Cedar Lake Calendar
     * Family Storytime: Last Monday @ 6:30pm

 If you're not sure which program is for you, please ask! We'll find the right fit for you and your child!

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