Music, movement, stories, laughter – storytime is no longer the quiet, listening-based activity it was when you were little. Preschool kids and their adult companions are encouraged to move and groove, read and sing, because …
It’s a fun bonding experience between caregiver and child.
These activities develop the early literacy skills necessary to succeed in Kindergarten.
Our experienced children’s librarians also offer adults tips on how to incorporate talking, singing, reading, writing and playing into their preschooler’s day. Most of the Toledo Lucas County Public library branches and Main Children’s library offer storytimes for preschool children, ages newborn to 6 years. Where can you find free entertainment and educational activities for your young child? At your library!
Parent and educator tested, kid approved: animated picture books, audiobooks, comics, eBooks, movies, and activities for early skill building for Pre-K through Kindergarten. To access these great resources, visit our eMedia page.
Thousands of eBooks, audiobooks, music, and movies are instantly available on mobile devices, laptops, or pc. Parents can sign in and turn on Kids Mode in preferences. For a quick overview, check out the hoopla for kids Look Book.
Sharing a last game at the end of a lovely day filled with laughter and fun, little Bunny and Big Daddy Rabbit are joined by their woodland friends until little Bunny tires of all the hullabaloo, prompting a special lullaby by Big Daddy Rabbit.
Milo the dog loves to pretend. He goes on a journey looking for someone who understands his creative imagination. But the other animals only like to play with their own kind. When Milo pretends to be like them, they just laugh. Eventually he meets Cleo the snail who also loves to pretend. Milo and Cleo become fast friends.