Fun Library Exploration

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Regular visits to the library has significant impact to the emergent literacy skills of children. This is the perfect place to instill in them the genuine love for reading, have opportunities to discover a wide-range of books and hone their language and social skills. They will learn the basic library etiquette, such as using inside voice and walking feet, returning books to re-shelving carts, etc. The children will be encouraged to respect the use of library materials, furnishings and equipment. Most importantly, they will be exposed to hundreds of interesting books and countless amazing stories, poems, songs and fingerplays while having an enjoyable time!

Age Group:


- Comfortable clothes/shoes
- Drinking water


As parents, it's important to make sure that activities are age appropriate and that allergies or medical conditions are communicated as you see fit.

Sometimes, a materials or other additional fee is charged. We do this to bring you the best possible activities. It's the Kid Expert's job to confirm any such fee in advance.

Sample Activities and Instructions

Once at the library, explain simple rules such as using "library voice" and walking feet, gentle handling of books, etc.
Show the different parts of the library (e.g. computer area, fiction and non-fiction books, magazines, audiobooks, counter, etc.)
Start exploring the books/reading materials. Choose an awesome spot with the child!
Show the child where the books are to be returned (return shelf or cart)
If the child wants to borrow some books, explain the process of going to the library counter and having a librarian scan the books. Also, discuss the importance of taking care of the borrowed books and returning them on time.