With an emphasis on literacy skills, these programs are for hands-on explorers of all ages to make personal connections with materials (books and story concepts) by providing opportunities to play with story themes. Activities in these sessions include listening to and discussing stories, watching and helping with storyboards, playing games, making crafts, and designing projects.
Bring Out Your Inner Child
Tuesday, September 19th @ 6:30 p.m.
We all loved to color when we were younger. Some of us still do. Coloring books are a great way to relax, relieve stress, and let out a little creativity. Join us for a session of adult coloring. Bring your own coloring books, pages, and utensils!
These sessions are designed to focus on six early literacy skills children must develop in order to increase the likelihood of reading success. Activities are modified to meet the interactive needs of attendees and include reading, talking, playing, writing, singing, cooperative play, and social engagement.
Our teen programs offer learning experiences in a supervised yet independent environment. While exploring new ideas and building positive relationships with others, teens participate in less structured – yet more advanced – activities, and participants contribute significantly to the success of the program.