Fall story Time starts again in September! See below for the new schedule.
The Appomattox Regional Library System hosts story time series throughout the year. Join us for an entertaining and educational half hour of books, songs and rhymes with Youth Services Assistants Ann Moore, Andrea Pina and Jeanine Albiges.
Story time programs aim to instill a love of reading by encouraging parents and other special adults to read aloud to children. Activities in story time promote brain and language development for children from birth to age 5. At story time, children and caregivers are introduced to six early literacy skills that are essential for learning to read including print motivation, narrative skills, phonological awareness, vocabulary, letter knowledge, and print awareness.
September 8 – November 21
Monday – Hopewell 10:30am, Disputanta 10:30am
Tuesday – Rohoic 7:00pm
Wednesday – Dinwiddie 10:30am
Thursday – Prince George 10:30am
Friday – Carson 10:30am
Saturday – Prince George 10:30am
Early Literacy Classes for Families featuring Rhonda Lee, Literacy Specialist
Early literacy is everything a child knows about reading and writing before he or she can read or write. Developing these skills will help your child become a strong, independent reader. It is never too early to start! Join Ms. Lee, an Early Literacy specialist, after select Story Time sessions at the Hopewell and Prince George libraries to learn ways to encourage early literacy skills in your children. Parents and caregivers will receive helpful tips and tricks as well as easy, inexpensive ways to help your child develop valuable skills and love reading!
Print and Word Awareness
Monday, February 9th – after the 10:30 Story Time session at Hopewell
Thursday, February 12th – after the 10:30 Story Time session at Prince George
For more information about the current and upcoming story time programs, call 804-458-6329 ext. 1013.