Tuesday, March 11, 2014

"Play To Learn" is Back!

Bonus: ROAAAAR!!!!
DeSales seniors Julia, Maria, and Emily helped out with character masks after their Wizard of Oz story time.
Thanks, ladies!
And now back to our regular programming: 

SLPL is very proud to be a designated FAMILY PLACE library. Through grant funding, we have been able to provide the "Play to Learn" workshop twice a year. This spring session is being offered in the evening for families who can't make a daytime class.
The "Play to Learn" workshop is for children ages 12 mos. - 3.5 yrs. and their parent/caregiver. Parents and their children will interact together with age appropriate educational toys and manipulatives in a relaxed, safe environment with the opportunity to speak individually with early childhood specialists on a variety of child development topics.

All that fancy talk to say: a really fun, educational time to play/interact with your child and help them develop new skills. Lots of really awesome toys, a simple craft and storytime, and experts on hand to answer all your questions. Did I mention free?

Get your spot now! Register here. 

Session dates are Tuesdays, March 18 - April 15, 6:30-7:45 pm. 
Parents who register MUST commit to attending 4 of the 5 sessions. Additional siblings up to age 5 yrs. may attend as needed.

1 comment:

  1. Correction! The "Play to Learn" workshop is open to children ages 12 mos. to 3.5 years