Children

Upcoming Events

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Winter Reading will begin on December 14th and run through January 31st.

Take-and-Make Projects

Jan. 4th – Finger Print Snowman Ornament

Jan. 18th – Eskimo

Story Time with Miss Helen

Story Time is posted to our Facebook page, roughly every Wednesday. All videos will be taken down at the end of the year to abide with publisher’s copyright. 

Winter Reading 2020-2021

Sign up for the Library’s 1st Annual Winter Reading Program! This library will be conducting the reading program via paper log sheets and *coming soon* Beanstack, a library app. 

Help the library to achieve it’s community goal of 350 hours read! That is roughly ten minutes a day for 50 participants. All ages will help us achieve our community goal. 

The more you read, the more chances you have to win a prize for participating!

Download the log tracking sheet HERE.

For an extra entry, check out our FYE (For Your Enjoyment) Activity Sheet. Complete five of the twenty activities for an EXTRA entry to win a prize! 

Download the Activity Sheet for Early Readers HERE. 

Download the Activity Sheet for Children HERE. 

All forms can be obtained at the Mondovi Public Library Circulation Desk as well. If you prefer to track virtually, we will be handing out information on signing up soon. 

 

What’s New in Children’s

 

 

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Parent Resources

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Common Sense Media is a web based company that provides ratings and reviews for movies, games, books, apps, TV shows, websites, and music. Parents can create a free account to look up reviews to help them make informed decisions on what to expose their children to. 

 

 

Zero to Three has a multitude of information on the emotional nurturing of children ages 0 to 3 years and creating connections early in life that contribute to building babies brains. 

 

 

National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC) has a website that offers many resources that are backed by research to aid in the development of reading, writing, math, music and more for families and educators.