June 13, 2024

Seekonk Public Library Children’s Room


Tuesday, April 2, 6:30 PM
Grades K-5 and their families
Join us for a blacklight BINGO session for kids in grades K-5 and their families, to celebrate the eclipse! Each family will receive one pair of eclipse glasses in preparation for the upcoming eclipse! Don't forget to wear your neon and white for the blacklights! Disclaimer: the lights will be off for this Bingo session, with only minor lighting for visibility purposes. Glowsticks will be provided, but feel free to glow up as much as you'd like! Registration required.

Paws to Read
Wednesdays, April 10, 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.

Spring Into Poetry
Wednesday, April 24, 4-5 PM
Grades K-3
Kids in grades k-3 are invited to celebrate National Poetry Month with Ms Corey. Together we will read different types of poetry, write rhymes, create haikus, and compose poems. Registration Required.

Flipbook Animation
Wednesday, May 1, 6 PM
Grades 4-8 are invited to join Ms Maddie to create their own flipbooks. Learn what it takes to make a flipbook, create your idea, and animate it. Space is limited so registration is required.

Free Comic Book Day
Saturday, May 4, 10 AM-5 PM
May the 4th Be With You!
It is "Free Comic Book Day" 2024! This year Free Comic Book Day falls on “Star Wars Day: May the 4th Be With You”. In celebration of this, we are having Star Wars-inspired activities throughout the children’s room.
Find all the objects in our Star Wars scavenger hunt, then enter to win a Star Wars Prize pack. Star Wars-inspired craft to take and make. Star Wars books to check out, and an interactive bulletin board. Free comic books are available while supplies last. Drop in!


Lil Peeps Storytime
Tuesday, April 16, 10 AM
Ages 0-5
In anticipation of Project Chick’s arrival, join Ms Corey for a special “chick” storytime! The storytime will include a book or two with music, fingerplays, and movement. Older siblings welcome. Drop in.

Forensic Science: Fingerprinting
Wednesday, April 17, 11 AM
Grades 3-5
Scientists from SEED, Inc will guide participants through an hour-long program examining the forensic science of fingerprinting. Participants will make their own patent and latent fingerprints, study patterns of arches, whorls, and loops, and find unique identifiers in their prints. Participants will also find an invisible fingerprint using advanced skills, and even solve a "crime" based on fingerprint identification. SEED Scientists will send participants home with multiple items so they can share the learning experience and fun with their families. Registration required. This program is funded by the Seekonk Cultural Council, a local agency funded by the Massachusetts Cultural Council, a state agency. Registration required.

Project Chick
Thursday, April 18, 10 AM
All ages
Historic New England/Casey Farm is returning for Project Chick! Join us for a presentation about the life cycle of chickens, including live chickens and chicks! We'll learn all about the endangered Dominique Chickens that are raised at Casey Farm, and all about chickens in general! We'll get to pet live chickens and baby chicks! After the presentation, Historic New England will leave a clutch of eggs at the library in an incubator in the Children's Room...and we'll get to watch them hatch over the course of several weeks! The chicks will live at the library for a week or so after hatching, then they'll go back to the farm. Registration is required for the live presentation on 4/18 at 10AM. After the presentation all are welcome to stop by the Children's Room during library business hours to see the eggs, incubator, hatching process, and of course...the chicks! Registration required.


Baby & Toddler Storytime
Mondays, April 1 & 8, 10 AM
Join Ms Corey for a special storytime just for children ages birth - 3. There will be a story, fingerplays, music, singing, and of course, bubbles! Siblings welcome. Drop in.

Preschool Storytime
Thursdays, April 4 & 11, 10 AM
Join Ms Sandie for a weekly storytime for the preschool crowd (ages 3-5)! Younger siblings are welcome! Ages 3-5. Drop in.

Earth Day Storytime
Monday, April 22, 6:30 PM
Ages 3+ and their families
Celebrate Earth Day at the Library! Join the Rehoboth Garden Club members for a special Earth Day Storytime for children ages 3+ and their families! (younger siblings welcome!)We'll be reading one to two stories about caring for our earth and completing a planting activity for children to bring home! Registration required.

Storytime on the Go
March 1-31
Create a storytime experience at home with Storytime On The Go packets. Each packet will include 6 books and an age age-appropriate literacy activity.
The early literacy activities will support one or more of the five early literacy practices: talking, singing, reading, writing, and playing.
Storytime On The Go packets are available for toddlers and preschoolers- just choose the packet that's right for your child. Toddler (suggested up to age 3) stories for children who are ready for books with short stories. Preschool (suggested ages 3 - 5) books that include longer stories. Stop by the Children's Room to pick yours up! While supplies last.


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