Library Lions Storytime for children with special needs
Every Wednesdays -11am - 11.30am
Free play session between 10am and 11 am
Stirling Library Community Rm.
2013 sessions begin February 6
Sessions include: Free -play, songs, stories, puppets, music & MAKATON keyword signing.
For more information: 8408 0420
For 3 to 5 years is held:
Wednesdays at Coventry Library 11.00 am
|For 18 months to 3 years is held:
Tuesday at Coventry Library 11.00 am
Thursday at Woodside Library 11.00 am
Literacy Planet - learning to spell has never been so much fun!
A fantastic website which develops literacy skills for all primary school children. Children can engage at their own level and track their own progress. It's fun, motivational and educational - get involved! Click the monster to the left to login!
This learning resource requires parents to initially setup a login for the child user - this will track the child's progress and provide a safe environment. An e-mail with the child's login and password will be sent to the parent's designated e-mail account. Follow this link to sign up! https://www.literacyplanet.com/library_signup
Parent FAQs and privacy information can be read here: https://www.intrepica.com.au/introduction-parents.html
Literacy Planet's website relies on Flash Player plugin being installed in your web browser. If not already installed, visit Adobe, here: http://get.adobe.com/flashplayer/
Tumblebooks - animated children's picture books
Once again the Little Big Book Club bags for babies up to 12 months contain a brand new specially commissioned book.
This year's book is 'It's Play Time' by South Australian authors Ali Durham, Elizabeth Hutchins, Louise Pike, Mike Dumbleton and Katrina Germein. The library bag also contains a DVD of rhyming songs (with actions) and some information on books and facilities.
For further information about the Little Big Book Club, log onto http://www.thelittlebigbookclub.com.au/
|Entertaining and educational toys are held at the Gumeracha Library and are available for loan.|
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