Resources for Early Childhood

Preschooler playing with blocks
Literacy Tip of the Week
OUTDOOR PLAY FOR BABIES AND TODDLERS
OUTDOOR PLAY FOR PRESCHOOLERS

These lists were made by:

Catherine  

Catherine Braganza is a Children’s Librarian at the Main branch of the Louisville Free Public Library. She has been a librarian for 16 years. She enjoys doing bookmobile service and singing badly with children. Her favorite children’s authors is Kate DiCamillo and Jan Thomas.

Featured Resource of the Month Kidsgardening.org

LFPL’s Summer Reading Program starts June 1 and is FREE to all area youth, birth - 12th grade. All program completers will receive a Camp LFPL fanny pack and free passes to local attractions including: Kentucky Science Center, Frazier History Museum, Locust Grove, Squire Boone Caverns, Hwang’s Martial Arts, and a Racing Louisville soccer game, and these sweet treats: Ehrler’s Ice Cream, Fazoli’s Lemon Ice, and an ice cream cone from participating area McDonald’s. Plus, every completer is automatically entered for a chance to win one of our Grand Prize giveaways.

For more information, please visit LFPL.org/SummerReading



Library Services

 


Songs, Rhymes and Storytimes!

 

Looking for good books to read to your child? Check out the lists below or click here for more good recommendations


Games

Educational games are a fun way for your preschooler to learn new skills:

PBS Kids Nick JR Nick JR Nick JR Nick JR
Lil Fingers Literacy Center Wonderopolis Sesame Street Sprout