June 13, 2024

Seekonk Public Library Children’s Room

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Paws to Read
Wednesdays, Nov 1 & 8, December 6, 3-4:30 PM timeslots
Build reading skills and gain confidence in reading aloud by coming to the Library to "Paws To Read". Register to reserve a 15-minute time slot to have your child read to Gizmo and Pepe, two adorable chihuahua/pomeranian mix therapy dogs. Each one-on-one private session is facilitated by Sandra Healey and her two dogs. Registration required.

Make Edible Cookie Dough
Thursday, November 2, 6:30 PM
Make gluten-free & vegan edible cookie dough! We’ll start by talking about food safety and have an overview of the project with tools and ingredients. Then we’ll make cookie dough! Everything will be premeasured/portioned, and each child/family will make their own dough to take home along with a recipe card so they can repeat the project. Ages 6 and up. Registration required.


Sign Language for Babies
Thursday, November 9, 10 AM
Families and their babies and toddlers (under age 2) will learn and practice signs, enjoy a song, and hear a story. Learn about the benefits of using sign language to help your baby or toddler build communication skills, reduce frustration, and enhance their connection to others. Please bring a blanket to sit on and toys for your little one to play with. Registration Required.

Learn Rubik’s Cube!
Wednesday, November 15, 4 PM
Learn how to solve the first layer of Rubik’s Cube! Join Collin G., a local expert on everything related to the Rubik’s Cube for instruction on how to start solving the first layer. Collin will also display his collection of different types of cubes, share information about the cube’s history, and share the details of ‘cubing communities’ and speed competitions. Parental participation is encouraged. Ages 8+. Registration required.

Native American Tales
Tuesday. November 21, 6:30 PM
Join Ms Sandie in discovering traditional Native American Tales, in celebration of Native American History Month! Ms Sandie will read aloud tales and fables from the Inuit, Alaskan Dena'ina, and other Native American tribes. We'll have time for discussion and a related activity. Registration required.

Forest Caroling at Osamequin Farm
Tuesday, December 5, 4 PM
Let's spread good cheer for all the creatures in the forest! We'll meet at Osamequin Farm for a caroling stroll along the trails to sing together, explore the winter landscape, and celebrate the festive season. We'll end the visit by decorating a forest tree for the birds, critters, and forest fairies to enjoy! A family event suited for all ages. Registration required.


STORYTIMES

Bilingual Storytime
Tuesday, November 7, 10 AM
Join us for stories, songs, and an early literacy activity in English and Spanish. For ages 3-5. Led by Jocelyn Carvalho, Family & Community Engagement Grant Coordinator for PACE Child Care Works, and Gloria Cardona, an outreach coordinator with the CFCE (Coordinated Family and Community Engagement) Program. Registration required.

Baby & Toddler Turkey Tales Storytime
Monday, November 13, 10 AM
Join Miss Sharon for a turkey-themed storytime that includes a book or two followed by music, fingerplays, movement, and yes, even bubbles! Everyone is invited to wear brown, orange or yellow. Ages 0-3. Drop in.

Preschool Turkey Tales Storytime
Wednesday, November 15, 9:30 AM
Join Ms Sandie as she shares Turkey Tales for preschool-aged children! We'll read 2-3 stories and complete a related activity or craft. Ages 3-5. Drop in.

Babies & Books
Monday, November 27 & December 4, 10 AM
Join Miss Sharon for a special storytime just for children ages birth - 2. There will be a story, fingerplays, music, singing, and of course, bubbles! Siblings welcome. Drop in.

Preschool Storytime
Wednesday, November 29 & December 6, 9:30 AM
Join Ms Sandie for a weekly storytime for the preschool crowd (ages 3-5)! Younger siblings are welcome! Ages 3-5. Drop in.


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