14 Fun library activities for every young child

The library has something to keep you and your young child engaged every day. Family fun is all around you! You don’t have to travel far. Free family fun at its best is happening right here at your library. Experience, create and explore the library. I’ve created a young child’s library activity list. Start checking off items today!

A young child’s library to do list

  1. Attend Musical Storytime &/or Preschool Storytime
  2. Hop aboard the Learn & Play Bus.
  3. Sign up for Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library.
  4. Listen to an audiobook / Read-Along.
  5. Play or build in the Family Zone.
  6. Visit the Monday morning Farmers Market in the library’s parking lot.
  7. Listen to Call-A-Story in English or Spanish.
  8. Download family friendly music on Hoopla.
  9. Attend Building Readers: Baby Bookworms, Wonderful 1s or Terrific 2s.
  10. Borrow a cake pan and make a cake with an adult.
  11. Pick up your reward for 1,000 Books Before Kindergarten.
  12. Select a movie for your family’s movie night.
  13. Visit the Alice C. Sabatini Gallery.
  14. Grab an after school snack.

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As the Early Childhood Learning Coordinator, Sherry is focused on engaging young children and their families in play-based early learning experiences. The Learn & Play Bus and its service are at the heart of her work. Sherry has a background in early childhood education.