Time for Story Time


Hillary Scholz reads a dinosaur counting book to the children. The Cardington-Lincoln Public Library invites you to the 2018-2019 STEPS Story Time Program for children ages three to five. Younger siblings are also welcome to attend. Story Time is held every Tuesday from 10:45 to 11:45 a.m. through May 14, 2019. Each week’s session will focus on a fun theme and will include stories, songs, action rhymes, and activities. Weekly themes will be dinosaurs, things that go, shapes, growing up and manners. Story Time is designed to build early literacy skills in young children while encouraging their natural curiosity and creativity and ultimately preparing them to be successful readers and lifelong learners. Parents and caregivers are encouraged to participate in the program with the children.

Hillary Scholz reads a dinosaur counting book to the children. The Cardington-Lincoln Public Library invites you to the 2018-2019 STEPS Story Time Program for children ages three to five. Younger siblings are also welcome to attend. Story Time is held every Tuesday from 10:45 to 11:45 a.m. through May 14, 2019. Each week’s session will focus on a fun theme and will include stories, songs, action rhymes, and activities. Weekly themes will be dinosaurs, things that go, shapes, growing up and manners. Story Time is designed to build early literacy skills in young children while encouraging their natural curiosity and creativity and ultimately preparing them to be successful readers and lifelong learners. Parents and caregivers are encouraged to participate in the program with the children.


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Hillary Scholz reads a dinosaur counting book to the children. The Cardington-Lincoln Public Library invites you to the 2018-2019 STEPS Story Time Program for children ages three to five. Younger siblings are also welcome to attend. Story Time is held every Tuesday from 10:45 to 11:45 a.m. through May 14, 2019. Each week’s session will focus on a fun theme and will include stories, songs, action rhymes, and activities. Weekly themes will be dinosaurs, things that go, shapes, growing up and manners. Story Time is designed to build early literacy skills in young children while encouraging their natural curiosity and creativity and ultimately preparing them to be successful readers and lifelong learners. Parents and caregivers are encouraged to participate in the program with the children.

Hillary Scholz reads a dinosaur counting book to the children. The Cardington-Lincoln Public Library invites you to the 2018-2019 STEPS Story Time Program for children ages three to five. Younger siblings are also welcome to attend. Story Time is held every Tuesday from 10:45 to 11:45 a.m. through May 14, 2019. Each week’s session will focus on a fun theme and will include stories, songs, action rhymes, and activities. Weekly themes will be dinosaurs, things that go, shapes, growing up and manners. Story Time is designed to build early literacy skills in young children while encouraging their natural curiosity and creativity and ultimately preparing them to be successful readers and lifelong learners. Parents and caregivers are encouraged to participate in the program with the children.
https://www.morrowcountysentinel.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/29/2018/12/web1_Story-Time-2.jpgHillary Scholz reads a dinosaur counting book to the children. The Cardington-Lincoln Public Library invites you to the 2018-2019 STEPS Story Time Program for children ages three to five. Younger siblings are also welcome to attend. Story Time is held every Tuesday from 10:45 to 11:45 a.m. through May 14, 2019. Each week’s session will focus on a fun theme and will include stories, songs, action rhymes, and activities. Weekly themes will be dinosaurs, things that go, shapes, growing up and manners. Story Time is designed to build early literacy skills in young children while encouraging their natural curiosity and creativity and ultimately preparing them to be successful readers and lifelong learners. Parents and caregivers are encouraged to participate in the program with the children. Courtesy Photo