What do you do with Kinders in the library?

I was reminded yesterday about how many times the question of kinders has come up in meetings. The time with them can seem like the never-ending story in the library. I’d love for us to share what we do in our libraries to meet their needs.

I subscribe to a preschool newsletter from Karen Cox that has a ton of great ideas. I’m sure there are others out there. What newsletters do you get? Hap Palmer has a You.Tube station.

I’ve also got some library workshops running:

  • Reading Buddies (stuffed animals)
  • Listening stations – started with book fair monies
  • Board book basket
  • Pop up book basket
  • ABC and matching games
  • Large floor puzzles
  • little chair area (I got these at the 5 and below store)
  • story sequencing
  • nature station

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