Cape Breton Regional Library - kids

By: CBRL  09-12-2011
Keywords: Books

Saturday Story Time features stories, crafts, filmstrips, games and videos for children ages three and up. Saturday story time takes place every Saturday beginning in October and ending in June. The program is free of charge and pre-registration is not required.

Pre School Story Time features stories, crafts, games, filmstrips and videos for children ages three to five. Beginning in September and ending in June, these half-hour programs are free of charge, but due to limited spaces pre-registration is required. Registration begins two weeks before a session is scheduled to take place and you may register at your branch.

Toddler Time is a program offered at the Glace Bay, North Sydney and Sydney library branches. The program is designed to meet the needs of children between 18 and 35 months  of age and will run from September to June. Toddler Time offers parents/caregivers a place to come with their child to enjoy songs, rhymes, stories and music. Children must be accompanied by an adult caregiver. Pre-registration is required. Contact your local library to pre-register or for more information.

It's never too early to introduce children to books, rhymes, music and stories. Babies and Books is a program offered for babies aged birth to 17 months and their parents/caregivers. Through picture books, songs, interactive rhymes and activities, parents can learn to stimulate their baby's language development and growing mind. Join Bev McGee of the McConnell Library for this one hour program which also includes a play session with toys, boardbooks and lots of chat. Registration is required and begins two weeks before each session.

Keywords: Books

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