Pierce County Library System launches training module for babies
November 17, 2017 - garden totes
TACOMA – Baby Books to Go, a ready-to-go bag filled with house books and activity sheets, launches this tumble and is accessible to check out to moms, dads, grandparents and caregivers during any full use Pierce County Library.
“We’re vehement to launch Baby Books to Go and to serve assistance children on a successful trail for expansion and curiosity,” pronounced Georgia Lomax, executive executive of Pierce County Library System. “This new use will be ideal for bustling families on a go. Reading with your child from a immature age helps prepared them to learn and it is fun!”
The totes, for babies, birth by age three, enclose 5 house books and a colorful activity sheet. Each bag will enclose one of 51 theme-based training sheets for parents, grandparents and caregivers to keep and continue to use with their children.
Baby Books to Go uses a 5 practices of early training – talking, singing, reading, essay and playing. Listening to others talk, sing and rhyme, generally when reading to children, helps kids start propagandize prepared to learn and supports building bigger vocabularies, apropos stronger readers and removing aloft exam scores in after grades.
The Baby Books to Go activities will also assistance immature children swell from scribbling and mark-making to sketch and writing. And finally, personification is one of a best ways for children to build relations and learn.
In all, a Library System will offer 400 Baby Books to Go bags, that can be checked out from any of a System’s 18 full-service libraries. Pierce County families will suffer these training bags interjection to a extend from a Norcliffe Foundation, a Discuren Foundation and Gig Harbor Community Garden.
More information, book suggestions, activity sheets and a video display a training fun: babybooks.pcls.us.