We’re back with another simple activity that you can use at home with your children to help support the development of their early literacy skills! There are five practices that do this, and in this activity we’re focusing on reading, talking, and playing.
Month: May 2020
Check out this #staffpick recommendation from Demi!
This weekend, we challenge you to become more familiar with our science database ScienceFlix by trying out this fun Tornado in a Bottle experiment! All you need to try this experiment are your library card and a few household objects.
Our staff give you a peek into their deepest secrets by exposing their personal bookshelves to the harsh light of the interwebs. #shelfie!
Library Takeout will keep you reading, watching, listening, and smiling during this time while our library spaces remain closed.
Are you aware that the TNRL has an extensive collection of useful and interesting databases? If you’re interested in car maintenance, or simply want to know what a repair would cost, check out our Auto Repair Source database, available for free with your library card!
We’re delighted to introduce a new initiative to help support caregivers practice early literacy with their children at home. There are five practices that support early literacy: talking, singing, reading, writing, and playing. Singing is one of our favourites!
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