Making time for toddler read and rhyme

Taking part in the Two Well’s Public Library’s new Toddler Read and Rhyme session recently were, from left, Narelle Copley with Isabel (6 months) and AJ, 3, Ziggy and Alex Fuary and mum Olga, Joylene Wilson and grandson Aden, 3, Julie Hill, and at rear, library assistant, Di Henwood.
Taking part in the Two Well’s Public Library’s new Toddler Read and Rhyme session recently were, from left, Narelle Copley with Isabel (6 months) and AJ, 3, Ziggy and Alex Fuary and mum Olga, Joylene Wilson and grandson Aden, 3, Julie Hill, and at rear, library assistant, Di Henwood.

Are you a parent, grandparent or carer of a pre-schooler? Are you looking for something to do with your little one and have a liking for books?

Then head to the online casino australia Two Wells Public Library for the centre’s new Toddler Read and Rhyme sessions led by library assistant and Two Wells local, Di Henwood.

Established earlier this year, the sessions are informal and are held on the first Wednesday of each month from 9.30am to 10.30am.

Di leads the group in reading a few books, often around a themed topic, or upcoming event, before the kids can get hands-on in a craft activity.

Parents and caregivers have the opportunity to chat and share stories while at the same time engage in meaningful activities with the children.

Visit the library during opening hours for more information or contact Di at the library on 8520 2100, or better yet, drop in to the next Read and Rhyme session on July 3.

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