Craft

Tiny Tadpoles

Sep 16 2009 10:05 am

Tiny Tadpoles are special storytimes for the library's tiniest patrons where a parent or caregiver is a part of the program. Stories, fingerplays, music, social playtime, and peer interactions are incorporated into the 55 minute program. Penny Basenhard (Mrs. B), the facilitator, is a former Kindergarten and Preschool teacher.

Tiny Tadpoles

Sep 15 2009 10:05 am

Tiny Tadpoles are special storytimes for the library's tiniest patrons where a parent or caregiver is a part of the program. Stories, fingerplays, music, social playtime, and peer interactions are incorporated into the 55 minute program. Penny Basenhard (Mrs. B), the facilitator, is a former Kindergarten and Preschool teacher.

Tiny Tadpoles

Sep 22 2009 10:05 am

Tiny Tadpoles are special storytimes for the library's tiniest patrons where a parent or caregiver is a part of the program. Stories, fingerplays, music, social playtime, and peer interactions are incorporated into the 55 minute program. Penny Basenhard (Mrs. B), the facilitator, is a former Kindergarten and Preschool teacher.

Leap Frogs

Sep 9 2009 1:00 pm

Leap Frogs is a story hour for children who have turned three years old. Younger siblings have the opportunity to attend Tiny Tadpoles during this time. Parents are encouraged to leave their child to participate in the activities alone with their peers. One of our goals is to teach the children to be part of a classroom and prepare them for the transition to kindergarten; however, parents must remain in the building.

Leap Frogs

Sep 16 2009 1:00 pm

Leap Frogs is a story hour for children who have turned three years old. Younger siblings have the opportunity to attend Tiny Tadpoles during this time. Parents are encouraged to leave their child to participate in the activities alone with their peers. One of our goals is to teach the children to be part of a classroom and prepare them for the transition to kindergarten; however, parents must remain in the building.

Leap Frogs

Sep 23 2009 1:00 pm

Leap Frogs is a story hour for children who have turned three years old. Younger siblings have the opportunity to attend Tiny Tadpoles during this time. Parents are encouraged to leave their child to participate in the activities alone with their peers. One of our goals is to teach the children to be part of a classroom and prepare them for the transition to kindergarten; however, parents must remain in the building.

Leap Frogs

Sep 9 2009 10:00 am

Leap Frogs is a story hour for children who have turned three years old. Younger siblings have the opportunity to attend Tiny Tadpoles during this time. Parents are encouraged to leave their child to participate in the activities alone with their peers. One of our goals is to teach the children to be part of a classroom and prepare them for the transition to kindergarten; however, parents must remain in the building.

Leap Frogs

Sep 16 2009 10:00 am

Leap Frogs is a story hour for children who have turned three years old. Younger siblings have the opportunity to attend Tiny Tadpoles during this time. Parents are encouraged to leave their child to participate in the activities alone with their peers. One of our goals is to teach the children to be part of a classroom and prepare them for the transition to kindergarten; however, parents must remain in the building.

Leap Frogs

Sep 23 2009 10:00 am

Leap Frogs is a story hour for children who have turned three years old. Younger siblings have the opportunity to attend Tiny Tadpoles during this time. Parents are encouraged to leave their child to participate in the activities alone with their peers. One of our goals is to teach the children to be part of a classroom and prepare them for the transition to kindergarten; however, parents must remain in the building.

Leap Frogs

Sep 8 2009 10:00 am

Leap Frogs is a story hour for children who have turned three years old. Younger siblings have the opportunity to attend Tiny Tadpoles during this time. Parents are encouraged to leave their child to participate in the activities alone with their peers. One of our goals is to teach the children to be part of a classroom and prepare them for the transition to kindergarten; however, parents must remain in the building.

Syndicate content