Story Time is currently on break, but we'll be back!
The Youth Services department offers four types of story time throughout the year:
Baby Story Time/Mother Goose Time:for birth through about age two, Baby Story Time is a short, 20-30 minute story time consisting primarily of rhymes, bounces, and other baby/caregiver
interactions with one short book.
Toddler Time: for active toddlers around ages 1-3, Toddler Time encourages movement with songs, rhymes, and story-telling for about 30 minutes. We read one to
three short picture books, and do a related activity, usually a craft, at the end.
Preschool Story Time: for kids around ages 3-5, Preschool Story time takes advantage of longer attention spans. we read two to three books and engage kids and their caregivers in songs,
rhymes, and games for about 30 minutes with a related activity, usually a craft, afterward.
Family Story Time: for the whole family, Family Story Time mixes long and short read-aloud books with songs, rhymes, and jokes.
BrainFuse Homework Help:
BrainFuse supports your child's learning with one-on-one live tutoring, writing lab, practice tests, and more--all free with your
CrabtreePlus.com: Crabtree Plus is an open access web-based platform for students and teachers. Find activities, games and other
resources to extend learning on your favorite subjects and Crabtree book series. Lesson plans and teacher guides included.
Ebooks & More: Use your library card to download free books and more.
Youth programs are currently taking a break, but you can still view Craft Series tutorial archive on the Library's
YouTube channel. Craft packets are not currently available, but most of these crafts can be completed with items you
might have around the house.
Share your completed crafts with us through our
Facebook page or tag us on Instagram!
If you have questions about youth resources at LPL, feel free to get in touch by email or call 360.442.5323.