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Kids Cafe

1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
Harmon Library
Meeting Room
Children ages 0-18 can enjoy a healthy meal and educational activity Tuesday through Sunday at the Harmon Library.  Meals are provided by the St. Mary's Food Bank Alliance.
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Science Sunday

2:00 PM - 3:00 PM
Juniper Library
Meeting Room

Join us for a spectacular magic event with Phoenix Magician, Eric Giliam. Eric's magic incorporates superb sleight of hand with cards, mind reading effects, money, and also borrowed objects from the guests. Count on a lot of laughs and interactivity as Eric strolls through the crowd. 

All ages welcome!

Science Sunday is supported by the Friends of the Phoenix Public Library, Juniper Chapter.
 


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TinkerTime

2:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Ironwood Library
Meeting Room

Explore a makerspace for children ages 6-11 that provides hands-on, creative ways to design, experiment, and invent as they engage in STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math) through self-guided tinkering. #stem #tinkertime #ironwoodlibrary 

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STEAM@Cholla - Lego Wedo: Robust Structures

3:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Cholla Library
Meeting Room - 2nd floor
Join us for a special STEAM series that combines Legos and Coding! In this three-part series, we will build a science rover that uses a motion sensor, an earthquake sensor to investigate building structures, and a programmable car to predict motion. Recommended for ages 8+. 

This program has limited seating. Tickets will be available thirty minutes before the program begins at the service desk. Please arrive early to ensure you have a seat!
  • November 10th – Getting Started With Milo the Motion Sensor
  • November 17th – Robust Structures
  • November 24th – Project: Speed. 
STEAM = Science, Technology, Engineering, Art & Math! Each week we'll cover new subjects and help kids and teens discover new facts and introduce them to new concepts related to STEAM. 


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Babytime

9:15 AM - 9:45 AM
Mesquite Library
Storytime Room

Babies, under age 2,  (accompanied by a favorite adult) enjoy songs, activities to promote movement, rhymes, books and playtime in each lively session. BabyTime gives your baby the opportunity to hear lots of language while you get to know other families with young children.

Space is limited; free tickets will be handed out  30 minutes prior to this program.

What is your child learning? Hearing stories and rhymes helps your baby develop language skills. #pplstorytime  #babytime

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Baby Time with Sign

9:30 AM - 10:15 AM
Cholla Library
Storytime Room-1st

Babies (accompanied by a favorite adult) enjoy songs, activities to promote movement, rhymes, books and playtime in each lively session. Babies and caregivers also are introduced to Baby Sign Language, a wonderful way to grow babies’ communication skills. BabyTime gives your baby the opportunity to hear lots of language while you get to know other families with young children. What is your child learning? Hearing stories and rhymes helps your baby develop language skills. Using sign language speeds babies’ language development and improves parent/child communication. #pplstorytime #babytimewithsign


Support for early literacy programs is provided by a grant from First Things First, which partners with families and communities to give all Arizona children the opportunity to arrive at kindergarten healthy and ready to succeed. Learn more at FirstThingsFirstAZ.gov. 

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Babytime

9:30 AM - 10:00 AM
Saguaro Library
Meeting Room

Babies (accompanied by a favorite adult) enjoy songs, activities to promote movement, rhymes, books and playtime in each lively session. Babytime gives your baby the opportunity to hear lots of language while you get to know other young families. What is your child learning? Hearing stories and rhymes helps your baby develop language skills.

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Babytime with Sign Language for Walkers

9:30 AM - 10:00 AM
Ironwood Library
Meeting Room

Babies walking to 23-months-old (accompanied by a favorite adult) enjoy songs, activities to promote movement, rhymes, books and playtime in each lively session. BabyTime gives your baby the opportunity to hear lots of language while you get to know other families with young children. Space is limited and free tickets are required and available at 9am on the day of the program. #pplstorytime  #babytimewithsign #IronwoodLibrary 

What is your child learning? Hearing stories and rhymes helps your baby develop language skills.

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BabyTime with Sign for Crawlers

10:00 AM - 10:45 AM
Burton Barr Central Library
Children's Place A

Babies (accompanied by a favorite adult) enjoy songs, activities to promote movement, rhymes, books and playtime in each lively session. Babies and caregivers also are introduced to Baby Sign Language, a wonderful way to grow babies’ communication skills. BabyTime gives your baby the opportunity to hear lots of language while you get to know other families with young children. What is your child learning? Hearing stories and rhymes helps your baby develop language skills. Using sign language speeds babies’ language development. 

 

Support for early literacy programs is provided by a grant from First Things First, which partners with families and communities to give all Arizona children the opportunity to arrive at kindergarten healthy and ready to succeed. Learn more at FirstThingsFirstAZ.gov. #pplstorytime #babytimewithsign


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Babytime

10:15 AM - 10:45 AM
Mesquite Library
Storytime Room

Babies, under age 2,  (accompanied by a favorite adult) enjoy songs, activities to promote movement, rhymes, books and playtime in each lively session. BabyTime gives your baby the opportunity to hear lots of language while you get to know other families with young children.

Space is limited; free tickets will be handed out  30 minutes prior to this program.

What is your child learning? Hearing stories and rhymes helps your baby develop language skills. #pplstorytime  #babytime

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Babytime with Sign

10:30 AM - 11:00 AM
Juniper Library
Meeting Room

Babies (accompanied by a favorite adult) enjoy songs, activities to promote movement, rhymes, books and playtime in each lively session. Babies and caregivers also are introduced to Baby Sign Language, a wonderful way to grow babies’ communication skills. BabyTime gives your baby the opportunity to hear lots of language while you get to know other families with young children. What is your child learning? Hearing stories and rhymes helps your baby develop language skills. Using sign language speeds babies’ language development. #pplstorytime #babytimewithsignBabies

Support for early literacy programs is provided by a grant from First Things First, which partners with families and communities to give all Arizona children the opportunity to arrive at kindergarten healthy and ready to succeed. Learn more at FirstThingsFirstAZ.gov. 

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Babytime with Sign for Crawlers

10:30 AM - 11:00 AM
Ironwood Library
Meeting Room

Babies birth to crawling (accompanied by a favorite adult) enjoy songs, activities to promote movement, rhymes, books and playtime in each lively session. Babies and caregivers also are introduced to Baby Sign Language, a wonderful way to grow babies' communication skills. BabyTime gives your baby the opportunity to hear lots of language while you get to know other families with young children. Free tickets are required and available at 10am the day of the program.

What is your child learning? Hearing stories and rhymes helps your baby develop language skills. Using sign language speeds babies' language development and improves parent/child communication. #pplstorytime  #babytimewithsign #ironwoodlibrary

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Babytime with Sign for Walkers

10:30 AM - 11:00 AM
Cesar Chavez Library
Meeting Room
Babies (accompanied by a favorite adult) enjoy songs, activities to promote movement, rhymes, books and playtime in each lively session. Babies and caregivers also are introduced to Baby Sign Language, a wonderful way to grow babies’ communication skills. BabyTime gives your baby the opportunity to hear lots of language while you get to know other families with young children. What is your child learning? Hearing stories and rhymes helps your baby develop language skills. Using sign language speeds babies’ language development and improves parent/child communication.  Space is limited; tickets given out 30 minutes before storytime at the information desk.    #pplstorytime  #babytimewithsignpplstorytime #babytimewithsign
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Toddlertime

10:30 AM - 11:00 AM
Saguaro Library
Meeting Room

Two-year-olds (accompanied by a favorite adult) enjoy interactive stories, songs and games that encourage emerging language skills in a session dedicated to active toddlers. What is your child learning? Your toddler learns an average of nine new words a day! Hearing stories, songs and rhymes helps develop your child's vocabulary. #pplstorytime #toddlertime

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BabyTime with Sign for Walkers

11:00 AM - 11:45 AM
Burton Barr Central Library
Children's Place A

Babies up to 23 months (accompanied by a favorite adult) enjoy songs, activities to promote movement, rhymes, books and playtime in each lively session. Babies and caregivers also are introduced to Baby Sign Language, a wonderful way to grow babies' communication skills. BabyTime gives your baby the opportunity to hear lots of language while you get to know other families with young children. What is your child learning? Hearing stories and rhymes helps your baby develop language skills. Using sign language speeds babies' language development and improves parent/child communication. 

 

Support for early literacy programs is provided by a grant from First Things First, which partners with families and communities to give all Arizona children the opportunity to arrive at kindergarten healthy and ready to succeed. Learn more at FirstThingsFirstAZ.gov. #pplstorytime #babytimewithsign


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Preschool Prep

11:00 AM - 11:45 AM
Cholla Library
Storytime Room-1st

Three to five-year-olds (accompanied by a favorite adult) enjoy stories, games and activities designed to nourish the skills that lead to success in school – persistence, flexibility and problem-solving.  What is your child learning?  Your preschooler is learning about the world and how to master emotions and desires. By teaching her how to focus, take turns and think creatively, you will get her ready for school.  This program includes basic concept knowledge (colors, numbers, letters) as well as structured activities.  #preschoolprep


Support for early literacy programs is provided by a grant from First Things First, which partners with families and communities to give all Arizona children the opportunity to arrive at kindergarten healthy and ready to succeed. Learn more at FirstThingsFirstAZ.gov. 

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Babytime With Sign for Crawlers

11:30 AM - 12:00 PM
Cesar Chavez Library
Meeting Room
Babies (accompanied by a favorite adult) enjoy songs, activities to promote movement, rhymes, books and playtime in each lively session. Babies and caregivers also are introduced to Baby Sign Language, a wonderful way to grow babies’ communication skills. BabyTime gives your baby the opportunity to hear lots of language while you get to know other families with young children. What is your child learning? Hearing stories and rhymes helps your baby develop language skills.  Space is limited; tickets available 30 minutes before storytime at the information desk.  #pplstorytime  #babytimewithsignpplstorytime #babytime
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Digital City

4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Ironwood Library
Meeting Room

Children ages 5-12 can let their digital creativity flow in this self-guided tech “playground.” We provide the exercises to build fine motor skills, hands-on beginner bots, and Chromebooks preloaded with links to code-learning environments, 3D modeling, and digital art programs. YOU bring the brain power! #stem

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Kids Cafe

4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Burton Barr Central Library
Children's Place A

Children ages 0-18 can enjoy a healthy meal and educational activity Monday through Friday.  Meals are provided by the St. Mary's Food Bank Alliance.

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BabyTime with Sign

9:30 AM - 10:15 AM
South Mountain Community

Babies, (0-24 months, accompanied by a favorite adult) enjoy songs, activities to promote movement, rhymes, books and playtime in each lively session. Babies and caregivers also are introduced to Baby Sign Language, a wonderful way to grow babies’ communication skills. BabyTime gives your baby the opportunity to hear lots of language while you get to know other families with young children. What is your child learning? Hearing stories and rhymes helps your baby develop language skills. Using sign language speeds babies’ language development.  Space is limited; free tickets will be handed out 15 minutes prior to program. #pplstorytime #babytime

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Sit, Stay, Read!

10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Burton Barr Central Library
Children's Place A
Kids read aloud or tell a story to Amy or Mattie under the careful eye of the Burton Barr Central Library certified therapy dog handler Marian.  Children have a positive and judgment free environment to practice skills in reading while building self-esteem and having fun!
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Family Storytime

10:15 AM - 10:45 AM

ToddlerTime

10:30 AM - 11:00 AM
Juniper Library
Meeting Room
Two-year-olds (accompanied by a favorite adult) enjoy interactive stories, songs and games that encourage emerging language skills in a session dedicated to active toddlers.  What is your child learning?  Your toddler learns nine new words a day! Hearing stories, songs and rhymes helps develop your child's vocabulary.  #pplstorytime #toddlertime

Support for early literacy programs is provided by a grant from First Things First, which partners with families and communities to give all Arizona children the opportunity to arrive at kindergarten healthy and ready to succeed. Learn more at FirstThingsFirstAZ.gov. 

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ToddlerTime with Sign

10:30 AM - 11:15 AM
South Mountain Community

Toddlers (18-36 months, accompanied by a favorite adult) enjoy interactive stories, songs and games that encourage emerging language skills in a session dedicated to active toddlers. Children and caregivers also practice Baby Sign Language, a great way to help young children develop communication skills. What is your child learning? Your toddler learns nine new words a day! Hearing stories, songs and rhymes helps develop your child's vocabulary. Using sign language will speed your toddler’s language development by 6-12 months!  Space is limited; free tickets will be handed out 15 minutes prior to program.   #pplstorytime #toddlertimewithsign

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Babytime with Sign

11:15 AM - 11:45 AM
Acacia Library
Meeting Room

Babies (accompanied by a favorite adult) enjoy songs, activities to promote movement, rhymes, books and playtime in each lively session.  Babies and caregivers also are introduced to Baby Sign Language, a wonderful way to grow babies' communication skills.  BabyTime gives your baby the opportunity to hear lots of language while you get to know other families with young children.  What is your child learning?  Hearing stories and rhymes helps your baby develop language skills.  Using sign language speeds babies' language development.  #pplstorytime #babytimewithsign

Support for early literacy programs is provided by a grant from First Things First, which partners with families and communities to give all Arizona children the opportunity to arrive at kindergarten healthy and ready to succeed.  Learn more at FirstThingsFirstAZ.gov.

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