Session 3 (2024)

Preschool Story Hour: January 23rd- March 12th
Baby Time: January 24th- March 13th
Toddler Time: January 25th- March 14th

Session 4 (2024)

Preschool Story Hour: March 19th- May 7th
Baby Time: March 20th- May 8th
Toddler Time: March 21st – May 9th

Storytime Breaks

(No Story Hours / Toddler Times during Scituate School Vacations.)

Story hour Winter Break: December 15th – January 15th
February School Vacation: February 19th – 23rd
April School Vacation: April 15th -19th

* If Scituate schools are closed due to bad weather, Story Time sessions will also be canceled.

*Library closings will be announced on all local TV & radio stations and our Social Media*

*If in doubt, call the library or email Miss Alyce before venturing out*

Story times help children build important early skills!

A little something about our programs:

  • Each meeting we will open with a song, and these same songs are repeated every week. Repetition plays a huge part in early learning
  • I plan each Story Hour/Toddler Time around a theme and I try to add a craft that somehow relates to one of the stories or to the theme in general.

During Story Hour we will…

  • Read 1-3 books
  • Sing/ dance to 1-3 interactive songs
  • Participate in an activity with a felt board/props/puppets
  • At the end of the program we will make a craft or have a fun sensory activity

Story hour will help children build the skills they need to enter into school. Each week we will focus on letter recognition, comprehension, and engage in activities that will help build confidence, independence, social skills, and problem-solving skills.

During Baby Time we will…

  • Read 1 short stories
  • Sing/dance to 1-3 songs
  • Recite 1-4 rhymes/finger plays/movements
  • Participate in an activity with felt board/props/ puppets

*Caregivers and babies will have a chance to socialize and play after the stories and activities.

Baby Time focuses on movement & fine & gross motor skills and vocabulary building

During Toddler Time we will…

  • Read 1-2 short stories
  • Sing/dance to 1-4 songs
  • Recite 1-4 rhymes/finger plays
  • Participate in an activity with felt board/props/ puppets
  • Make a simple craft at the end or have a fun sensory activity

Toddler time focuses on movement, identification, & fine motor skills