Regular Children’s programs are back in a modified version. Bookings are required. Read the notice below to find out more.
Is your child too active for our Baby Rhymetime session, but not yet ready for our Pre-school Storytime?
This engaging, weekly program introduces children to early literacy, imagination, communication and social skills. We use scarves, ribbons, songs, action rhymes and musical instruments to keep them dancing and reading along.
Toddler Time is best suited for children aged 18 months – 3 years.
These drop-in sessions are free and run during school terms only.
Why is it important?
- Develops skills and knowledge needed to read later on and a love of books
- Gives your child an opportunity to interact with children of similar ages, develop their independence and practice social skills
- Provides ideas on how to foster literacy at home
- Helps with co-ordination and physical readiness for school
Sessions and Locations
|Carnes Hill Library 10am
|Casula Library 10am
|Liverpool City Library 11am
|Green Valley Library 10am
|Moorebank Library 10am
All sessions at the libraries are currently limited to 20 visitors for Baby Rhymetime, Toddlertime and Storytime. Bookings must be made by calling the direct number for your Library branch on the day of the program between 9am - 10am. Due to capacity limits you can only book up to 3 spaces per family.
Carnes Hill Library - 02 8711 7222
Casula Library - 02 8711 7240
Green Valley Library - 02 8711 7201
Liverpool City Library - 02 8711 7177
Moorebank Library - 02 8711 7250
You will also need to follow current conditions of entry including mandatory masks for those over the age of 12 and vaccinations for those over the age of 16, and adhere to social distancing measures.
Spots will be marked 1.5m apart for parents and children to sit during the session. Children and parents are asked to remain seated, or dance on the spot during the session. Scarves and shakers will be cleaned after each use.
Hand sanitiser will be provided, but we encourage parents to use a brand they’re familiar with if they have any concerns.
We encourage children and parents to wash their hands before and after attending.