Radstock Nursery visit to Lower Earley Library

Radstock Nursery visit to Lower Earley Library  on Friday July 14

The children learned what they can do in the library, how the books are arranged and how to take out library books using the new self-service machines.

The children then listened to the following stories :

  • Some Birds by Matt Spink
  • Old Macdonald’s Things That Go by Jane Clarke and Migy Blanco
  • Ten Shiny Snails by Ruth Galloway
  • Old Hat by Emily Gravett

Radstock Nursery visit july 2017.jpgThe children then made hat just like Harbet’s hair from Old Hat.

Early Years Library sessions

We offer library visits to all early years’ settings, pre-schools and nurseries. The children can exchange books and listen to a story in the safe and secure surroundings of the library.  Activity sheets which reflect the story/topic can also be provided.

We also offer any Children’s Groups – Nurseries, Early Year setting, Home Educators and Registered Child-minders a separate Library ticket.  Just ask in your local library for more information.

Visit from Chestnuts Pre-School at Wokingham Library

Chestnuts Pre-school visited Wokingham Library on Tuesday June 13.

chestnuts pre-school visit june 2017

The children learned what they can do in the library, how the books are arranged and how to take out library books using the new self-service machines.

The children then listened to the following stories :

  • A busy day for birds by Lucy Cousins
  • Some Birds by Matt Spink
  • Everybunny Dance by Ellie Sandall

The children then made bunny ears and we finished the session with the Sleepy bunnies rhyme and lots of hopping and bouncing.

Early Years Library sessions

We offer library visits to all early years’ settings, pre-schools and nurseries. The children can exchange books and listen to a story in the safe and secure surroundings of the library.  Activity sheets which reflect the story/topic can also be provided.

We also offer any Children’s Groups – Nurseries, Early Year setting, Home Educators and Registered Childminders a separate Library ticket.  Just ask in your local library for more information.