Toddletime is a fun learning experience for children and parents that incorporates stories, finger plays, and songs. It is geared for children birth to age 5.
We meet on Mondays at 10am & 5:30 pm in the Community Room for about 25 minutes.
1000 Books before Kindergarten
Reading to your child is one of the most powerful ways to boost their brain power. This program is easy and done at your and your child's pace. Simply come in and register your child and receive a packet to begin reading. Every time you read you mark it off on the sheet. At the completion of every 200 books read the child receives a book.
The Summer Reading Program is for Toddlers to Adults. The Program starts around the first of June and runs for six weeks. There are prizes for reading, and many activities for children to participate in. Some of these activities include: Craft Day, Lego's, Movies, and Performers. For more detailed information ask at the checkout desk.
February brings Valentines Day and Sweet Reads at the Garner Public Library. This Program is geared for Kids to Adults. Once a book is completed a slip is filled out at the Checkout desk. Every week during February names are drawn. Children have a chance to win a book.
Links to useful information on the Internet especially for kids.
Whether you are writing a report or planning a trip, this guide to the 50 US states is a great resource. Provides pictures of state symbols, statistical information and links to many other related sights.
Fans of Marc Brown's favorite aardvark will enjoy this site!
If you can't remember the words to a favorite song or want to learn a new one, be sure to check this one out.
Books, Drawing and Activities for Kids
If you're a Nick watcher, checkout this site for some of your favorites!
Website with games and more focused on PBS programming for children.
Games, puzzles and information on Scholastic titles.
Planning a trip? Travel to Sea World without leaving your chair!
Are you looking for something to do with your children at home this summer? The youth staff can help you find books and other materials with craft ideas, games, and other activities to engage your children during the summer months. In addition to the materials available in the library, here are a few of our favorite craft web sites: