Reasons to Play

Playing encourages your child to put their thoughts into words, tell stories, problem-solve and imagine. All of these skills will help them become better readers and writers when they start school.

Books to Read

From Head to Toe - Eric Carle

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From Head to Toe

Eric Carle
Bunny Cakes - Rosemary Wells

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Bunny Cakes

Rosemary Wells
If You're Happy and You Know It - James Warhola

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If You're Happy and You Know It

James Warhola
Shout! Shout It Out! - Denise Fleming

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Shout! Shout It Out!

Denise Fleming
The Gingerbread Boy - Paul Galdone

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The Gingerbread Boy

Paul Galdone
Not a box

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Not a box

Press here

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Press here

There are cats in this book

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There are cats in this book

Brown bear, brown bear, what do you see? - Bill Martin

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Brown bear, brown bear, what do you see?

Bill Martin
The book with no pictures

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The book with no pictures

The monster at the end of this book

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The monster at the end of this book

Tap the magic tree

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Tap the magic tree

In

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In

Romping monsters, stomping monsters

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Romping monsters, stomping monsters

Ten rules of being a superhero

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Ten rules of being a superhero

This is Sadie

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This is Sadie

We're going on a bear hunt

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We're going on a bear hunt

Things to Do

Using everyday objects, help your child reimagine them as wands, rocket ships or wild animals.

Invite other children over to encourage social literacy.

Play simple stacking, matching or name-that-thing games.

Discover an ever-changing selection of themed activities at the Imagination Station.

Play games on an early literacy computer in the Kids Center.

Hours
Mon - Thurs

9 a.m. - 9 p.m.

Fri

9 a.m. - 6 p.m.

Sat

9 a.m. - 6 p.m.

Sun

1 p.m. - 6 p.m.