Infants, Toddlers, and Preschool Programs
The Spring Green Community Library is an excellent place for young children to read, play, and learn. Our programs focus mostly on crafts and literacy. We also have a fantastic selection of children's books and DVDs, so there's definitely something for your child to enjoy! Come cozy up in our warm, welcoming kids' area and read a book!
Fall Storytimes will take place on Tuesdays, September 10 - November 19 & December 3 - December 17, 2019; Wednesdays, September 11 - November 20 & December 4 - December 18, 2019!*
Toddler Tuesday Storytime: For kids ages 1-3.
- Tuesdays @ 10:30 AM
Join Miss Christi and friends as we explore a weekly theme in this fun and interactive storytime. You can expect songs, stories, rhymes, crafts, sensory, and more! Activities are geared toward zero to two year olds, but all are welcome!
PreK/K Wednesday Storytime: For kids ages 4-6.
- Wednesdays @ 10:30 AM
Join Miss Christi and friends as we explore a weekly theme in this fun and interactive storytime. You can expect songs, stories, rhymes, crafts, science experiments, and more! Activities are geared toward three to six year olds, but all are welcome!
*Free Play Wednesday will take place on November 27, 2019!
Free Play Wednesday: For kids ages 0-6.
- Wednesdays @ 10:30 AM
The library will provide educational toys and activities for families to enjoy on Wednesday mornings during our usual storytime hour in the community room. You bring your imagination, and we'll bring the coffee! Activities are geared toward one to six year olds, but all are welcome!
1000 Books Before Kindergarten
What is the 1000 Books Before Kindergarten program? The public libraries in the River Valley - Kraemer (Plain), Lone Rock, and Spring Green - are collaborating on the 1000 Books Before Kindergarten program! Children ages 0 thru kindergarten are eligible to participate and can earn prizes for every 100 book milestone! By reading just three stories a day, you and your child could reach 1000 books in only one year!
Why join the program? Numerous studies show that reading to children builds vocabulary, language skills, and equips them with the skills they need for Kindergarten. Our goal is to provide a simple, innovative yet fun approach to establishing strong early literacy skills and encourage parent and child bonding through reading.
How do I get started? Sign up at your home library and visit any River Valley library to track your progress on your way to 1000 books. Fun rewards will be given out periodically and at the completion of the program.
Contact Christi with any questions at 608-588-2276, or come into the library!