Children's Story Time

Tuesdays at 11:00 a.m.

The Roslyn Library offers story time for children of all ages every Tuesday at 11:00 a.m. Our library's story times are informal programs that focus primarily on books. Occasionally the librarian will lead a sing-a-long or get the kids to dance or help with rhymes. Volunteer readers are often featured and they are appreciated by all.

 

Selected books vary from educational to whimsical, but all of them help build literacy skills. Story time children build the six skills they need to learn to read:

  • Print Motivation
  • Vocabulary
  • Print Awareness
  • Letter Knowledge
  • Narrative Skills
  • Phonological Awareness

Not only that, but story time is a great time to build social skills! The laid-back atmosphere means your tempermental two-year old will be welcome even on her grumpiest days.

You'll be surprised how fast the other kids role model proper library behavior as they play together with puzzles and toys in the sunny children's area.

And it a great place and time to meet other parents, check out parenting resouces, and browse for books, videos, CDs, and magazines for yourself and other members of your family.

 

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Made possible with funding from the Institute of Museum and Library Services
through the Washington State Library, Office of the Secretary of State.