During the critical first years of life, very young children need action-based learning such as movement, rhythm and music, to nourish and organize the developing brain. These are essential parts of each child’s growth and education to develop early literacy. All library staff and volunteers who provide programming for children who are pre-walkers, toddlers or pre-school age are invited to a developmentally-based active and interactive workshop:
Presenter Sukey Molloy will cover:
• Important teaching tools that will help you increase and manage interactivity at your programs;
• Key information about movement learning and brain development; and
• Developmentally based, fun activities to add to your programs including lap-ride and movement songs and the incorporation of finger plays, scarves, rhythm stix and finger puppets.
Sign-up for this workshop today and come prepared to move! Please register online