Story-Time Programs

Your Parkland Library card is required to register. Registration is
limited to one class per child.


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Parkland Library’s Fall 2017 Storytime


Classes run September 5 - October 12
(no class on September 21 and October 11)

Storytime registration has ended.  Spaces are still available
in the Preschool Storytime classes on Tuesday and Thursday.  
Please email Miss Michele to register. Your Parkland
Library card is required to register.  
Registration is limited to one class per child.  
mandrews@cityofparkland.org   (954) 757-4207 


Parkland Library Fall 2017 Schedule



Books and Babies


Wednesday OR Thursday 10:00 a.m.


(9-23 mos. with favorite adult)
This is an early literacy class that creates sound and print awareness and their relationship through the use of toys, puzzles and books. We conclude with stories, songs and finger plays. Class will be held in the library meeting room. Only the registered age-appropriate child and his/her adult are permitted to attend.

Toddler Tales


Wednesday OR Thursday 11:00 a.m.


(24 mos. - 3 1/2 with favorite adult)
This early literacy class establishes the relationship between letters and sounds, sign identification, and provides early phonemic awareness. This is accomplished through stories, music, rhymes, and flannel boards. This class will be held in the library meeting room. Only the registered age-appropriate child and his/her adult are permitted to attend.

Preschool Storytime


Tuesday 11:30 a.m. OR Wednesday 3:30 p.m. OR Thursday 3:30 p.m.


(3-5 year olds unaccompanied by adult)
Stories, songs, finger plays, flannel boards and craft based on a new theme each week. Children enter the classroom alone but accompanying adults must remain in the library.

Rookie Readers: Tuesday 4:00 p.m.

 

(Kindergarten - Second Grade)


This class combines stories, poems and crafts to make a fun library experience. This class will be held in the library meeting room. It encourages entertaining, independent reading.  Children enter the classroom alone but accompanying adults must remain in the library.