Saturday, June 9, 2012

Library Summer Programs Help Keep Things Cool

In case you are looking for cheap, cool, fun, and educational opportunities for the kids this summer, don't forget about your local library! Most libraries throughout the country have story times for young kids and even activities for tweens and teens.

Most have their schedules up online so you can check it out.  I have posted links to some of my favorite local library schedules below.

Alvin Sherman Library at Nova Southeastern University in Davie is one of my favorites.  Their PK and toddler programs are developed with pre-reading in mind.  They often have information available for parents to help you develop reading skills in your kids.  They also have a great kids section in the library with comfortable places to sit and do puzzles, color and draw, or read with your kids.  Computers are available with great software games as well. 

Oakland Park Library is a great place to spend some time.  It is a small library, but they have professional puppeteers come in over the summer to do shows for the kids as well as other presentations.

Imperial Point Library does story time for the little ones weekly and reading programs for school age kids.  I love this library, they are always so friendly and it just has a great vibe.

Wilton Manors Library is a great one too.  They have special presentations for kids as well as summer reading programs. 

1 comment:

  1. We are at Pompano Library right now dancing our hearts out.


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