Parkland Library’s Winter Storytime 2022 Classes run January 25th through March 3rd.
Your Parkland Library card is required in order to register for this six-week session with classes for children as young as age nine months through second grade. Registration is limited to one class per child. In the parent-child classes, only the registered age-appropriate child and his/her adult are permitted to attend. Click here to register for any available classes.
Once children are enrolled in the class, after 2 unexcused absences your child’s spot will be given to the next child on the waiting list.
(9-23 months with favorite adult)
This early literacy class uses toys, puzzles, books, stories, songs and finger plays to create a fun and educational experience for babies. Only the registered age-appropriate child and his/her adult are permitted to attend. No siblings, please.
Wednesday OR Thursday 11:00 a.m.
(24 months. - 3 1/2 with favorite adult)
This early literacy class establishes the relationship between letters and sounds and provides early phonemic awareness. This is accomplished through stories, music, rhymes, and flannel board visuals. This class will be held in the library meeting room. Only the registered age-appropriate child and his/her adult are permitted to attend. No siblings, please.
Tuesday 11:30 a.m.
(3-5 year old's enter the room without their adult)
Through the use of stories, songs, finger plays, flannel board visuals and crafts, preschool age children will enhance their literacy, social and motor skills in a fun way. New themes are presented each week. Children enter the classroom alone but accompanying adults must remain in the library. Only the registered age-appropriate child is permitted to attend.