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Escape from Burton Barr Virtual Escape Room

Saturday, May 01, 2021
Online Programming
After falling asleep in the library, you wake up to find yourself trapped!  Can you explore and solve the mysteries of Burton Barr Central Library in an hour?  Time to find out!  

To escape from the library, click the link below!
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The NEA Big Read: The Round House by Louise Erdrich

Wednesday, March 31, 2021
Online Programming
The NEA Big Read is all about broadening our understanding of the world, our communities, and ourselves through the joy of sharing a good book. Join the Phoenix Public Library and the Virginia G. Piper Center for Creative Writing at Arizona State University for programs featuring The Round House by Louise Erdrich! Access the eBook here. 

Drawing inspiration from Louise Erdrich's The Round House, partners will be presenting a dynamic and extensive line-up of interconnected performances, workshops, and other conversations celebrating Indigenous culture and literary arts in March 2021. 

Programs include a keynote reading and discussion with poet Layli Long Soldier (Oglala Lakota), a Diné poetry reading curated by Jake Skeets (Diné), a series of oral history and scanning workshops with the Labriola National American Indian Data Center and local poet Amber McCrary (Diné), a storytelling event organized by Liz Warren of South Mountain Community College, a panel reconvening members of the HB2570 Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women committee with State Representative Jennifer Jermaine, literary salons, writing workshops, reading groups, tours, and more. 

Library Book Discussions:


The Big Read partners include the Labriola National American Indian Data Center, the American Indian Policy Institute, Phoenix Public Library, Arizona Humanities, the Phoenix Indian School Visitors Center, and more.

About The Round House by Louise Erdrich
Blending the classic coming-of-age story  with elements of memoir, detective novels, suspense, and storytelling / oral history, the Round House "tells the suspenseful tale of a 13-year-old boy's investigation and desire for revenge following a brutal attack on his mother that leaves his father, a tribal judge, helpless in his pursuit to bring the perpetrator to justice," (NEA Big Read). While the primary theme in the novel is justice through the lens of indigenous history and tribal law, the book also explores family, sexuality, relationships, and religion.

About the NEA Big Read
A program of the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) in partnership with Arts Midwest, the NEA Big Read is designed to broaden our understanding of our world, our communities, and ourselves through the joy of sharing a good book. The Virginia G. Piper Center for Creative Writing at Arizona State University is one of 78 not-for-profit organizations to receive a grant to host an NEA Big Read project between September 2019 and June 2020. More information about the NEA Big Read is available at https://www.arts.gov/national-initiatives/nea-big-read.

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ToddlerTime Online

9:00 AM - 9:30 AM
Online Programming

You will receive a link to join the class about an hour before it begins. This ToddlerTime meets on Tuesday March 2nd at 9:00 am.  

Who’s it for? Toddlers ages 24-36 months and their favorite grownups. An adult must participate onscreen with their child at all times.  

What will you do? Toddlers like to GO, GO, GO, so bring them to the online storytime that’s fast and fun. ToddlerTime has stories, songs and games that help beginning talkers.  

What will your toddler learn? Toddlers are learning new words every day! Help them build their vocabulary with stories, songs and rhymes.  

Classes will meet on WebEx. WebEx is a closed, safe online meeting platform. Learn more about using WebEx here. 

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 #toddlertime 

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BabyTime Online

9:30 AM - 10:00 AM
Online Programming

This BabyTime program will meet on Tuesday March 2nd at 9:30 am. Registration is required. You will receive an email about an hour before the program with a link to join class. 

 

Who’s it for? Grownups who want to bond with their favorite 0-2 year old in a fun, supportive environment.

What will you do? In this live, online program, an instructor will lead you in rhymes and songs that you will do face-to-face with your child. An adult must participate onscreen with their child at all times.

What will you learn? You will learn activities to engage with your child in meaningful ways. When babies have quality interactions with a loving adult, they gain confidence to learn and grow.

 

Classes will meet on WebEx. WebEx is a closedsafe online meeting platformLearn more about using WebEx here. 

 

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 #babytime 

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LENA Start Online

10:00 AM - 10:45 AM
Online Programming

The LENA Start program is a 10-week workshop for parents/caregivers of babies between 0-33 months. You will use the LENA Talk Pedometer and LENA's Talking Tips to directly impact the growth in your baby’s brain. 

To learn more, watch this video: What Families are Saying About LENA Start. Please note our classes will be meeting virtually. No childcare will be provided. 

Classes

Each week you will:

  • Learn about talk through a short video.
  • Attend a live, online group session to talk about how to use the science and strategies presented.
  • Use the LENA talk pedometer one day per week to count words your baby hears.

Registration

Classes are for adults only and will meet once a week for 10 weeks. Registration is required and by registering you agree to attend all 10 weeks of the series. Fill out the registration questions on this page and we will send you an email to complete the enrollment process.

Material Drop-Off and Pick-Up

Each week you will submit your LENA talk pedometer by either uploading it from your personal computer* OR returning it at one of the following library locations: Burton Barr Central Library, Agave, Juniper, Cholla, or Palo Verde. You will receive a FREE book for your child to keep for each time you submit a talk pedometer.

*Your personal computer must meet certain technical requirements

This program is made possible by a grant from the Arizona State Library, Archives & Public Records, a division of the Secretary of State and in partnership with First Things First early literacy programming.

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Music & Movement Online

10:30 AM - 11:00 AM
Online Programming

You will receive a link to join the class about an hour before it begins. This Music & Movement meets on Tuesday March 2nd at 10:30 am.


Who’s it for? Wiggle worms, birth to age five, and their favorite grownups 

What will you do? Some people learn better when they are moving. If that sounds like your child, this is the storytime for you! Sing, dance and MOVE in this fun, active program that builds reading skills. 

What is your child learning? Children who love books and stories become better readers.  


Classes will meet on WebEx. WebEx is a closed, safe online meeting platform. Learn more about using WebEx here 

 

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 #musicandmovement

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Family Storytime Online

11:30 AM - 12:00 PM
Online Programming

You will receive a link to join the class about an hour before it begins. This Family Storytime meets on Tuesday  March 2nd at 11:30 am.


Who’s it for? Children, birth to age five, and their favorite grownups. An adult must participate onscreen with their child at all times.  

What will you do? Play, read, sing, and dance with your children in a fun, online program that builds reading skills. 

What is your child learning? Children who love books and stories become better readers. 

 

Classes will meet on WebEx. WebEx is a closed, safe online meeting platform. Learn more about using WebEx here 


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 #familystorytime  

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Planning for College

3:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Online Programming
Get an edge on how to be college bound your senior year in this virtual session. You will learn how to search for colleges, what you will need to apply to them, when to apply, as well as where to find support with it all. This session will help you create your own personal blueprint for college admissions. For current high school juniors graduating in 2022.
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Tools for School Online

4:15 PM - 4:45 PM
Online Programming

This Tools for School program will meet on Tuesday March 2nd at 4:15 pmRegistration is required. You will receive an email about an hour before the program begins with a link to join class. 


Who’s it for? Children three to five years old and their favorite grownups.  An adult must participate onscreen with their child at all times. 

What will you do?  In this live, online WebEx program, you and your child will get a head start on kindergarten! Share interactive books and activities that build kindergarten skills during the class and are easily practiced at home. 

What will we learn? Learn kindergarten basics like letters, numbers, shapes, and colors. You and your child will also go beyond the basics to work on social and emotional skills that all children need for school.  


Classes will meet on WebEx. WebEx is a closed, safe, online meeting platform. Learn more about using WebEx here.  


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 #toolsforschool 

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Medicare 101: Navigating the Complexities

4:30 PM - 6:00 PM
Online Programming

The Area Agency on Aging’s SHIP Programs help you navigate the complexities of Medicare.  Join us to learn about how we provide local, in-depth, and objective insurance counseling and assistance to Medicare-eligible individuals, their families, and caregivers.  Topics include:

  • Help for yourself or your loved ones
  • Worried about out-of-pocket costs associated with Medicare?
  • Reviewing health or prescription drug plan options
  • Unsure about Medicare’s eligibility criteria?
  • Wondering what Medicare does and doesn’t cover?
  • Confused about who pays first, Medicare or another insurance?
  • Uncertain of yours or your loved one's rights, under Medicare?

 

This program will be presented online using Webex. Registration is required. Registered participants will receive an email with instructions on how to join the meeting.  Don't see the email? Check your spam folder. 

New to Webex Meetings?​  

All you need to connect is a computer, smartphone, or tablet.  You don’t need a webcam or microphone to participate. If you don’t have a device, you can connect to the meeting’s audio only with a phone call.​

For more information about installing Webex for free visit:​  https://www.webex.com/downloads.html​ 

This guide will help you get started with Webex:​ 

https://help.webex.com/en-us/nrbgeodb/Join-a-Webex-Meeting#Join-a-Webex-Meeting-from-an-Email-Invitation 

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ToddlerTime Online

5:15 PM - 5:45 PM
Online Programming

You will receive a link to join the class about an hour before it begins. This ToddlerTime meets on Tuesday March 2nd at 5:15 pm.  

Who’s it for? Toddlers ages 24-36 months and their favorite grownups. An adult must participate onscreen with their child at all times.  

What will you do? Toddlers like to GO, GO, GO, so bring them to the online storytime that’s fast and fun. ToddlerTime has stories, songs and games that help beginning talkers.  

What will your toddler learn? Toddlers are learning new words every day! Help them build their vocabulary with stories, songs and rhymes.  

Classes will meet on WebEx. WebEx is a closed, safe online meeting platform. Learn more about using WebEx here. 

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 #toddlertime 

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LENA Start Online

6:00 PM - 6:45 PM
Online Programming

The LENA Start program is a 10-week workshop for parents/caregivers of babies between 0-33 months. You will use the LENA Talk Pedometer and LENA's Talking Tips to directly impact the growth in your baby’s brain. 

To learn more, watch this video: What Families are Saying about LENA StartPlease note our classes will be meeting virtually. No childcare will be provided.

Classes

Each week you will:

  • Learn about talk through a short video.
  • Attend a live, online group session to talk about how to use the science and strategies presented.
  • Use the LENA talk pedometer one day per week to count words your baby hears.

Registration

Classes are for adults only and will meet once a week for 10 weeks. Registration is required and by registering you agree to attend all 10 weeks of the series. Fill out the registration questions on this page and we will send you an email to complete the enrollment process.

Material Drop-Off and Pick-Up

Each week you will submit your LENA talk pedometer by either uploading it from your personal computer* OR returning it at one of the following library locations: Burton Barr Central Library, Agave, Juniper, Cholla, or Palo Verde. You will receive a FREE book for your child to keep for each time you submit a talk pedometer.

*Your personal computer must meet certain technical requirements

This program is made possible by a grant from the Arizona State Library, Archives & Public Records, a division of the Secretary of State and in partnership with First Things First early literacy programming.

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Pajama Family Storytime Online

6:15 PM - 6:45 PM
Online Programming

You will receive a link to join the class about an hour before it begins. This Pajama Family Storytime meets on Tuesday March 2nd at 6:15 pm.


Who’s it for? Children, birth to age five, and their favorite grownups. An adult must participate onscreen with their child at all times.  

What will you do? Put on your PJs and play, read, sing, and dance with your children in a fun, online program that builds reading skills. 

What is your child learning? Children who love books and stories become better readers. 

 

Classes will meet on WebEx. WebEx is a closed, safe online meeting platform. Learn more about using WebEx here 


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 #familystorytime  

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One on One Remote Mentoring with the City of Phoenix Community and Economic Development Department

8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Online Programming

Obtain answers to questions involving the City of Phoenix from a member of the City of Phoenix Community and Economic Development Department. Answers provided will help start up entrepreneurs navigate City processes , understand and utilize available City services, connect City/Regional/State startup resources, as well as other questions pertaining to City licensing, procurement or policies.

By Appointment Only. Monday through Friday, 8am-5pm.

Registration required, please register by emailing hive@phoenix.gov to ask for an appointment.
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One on One Resume Help

8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Online Programming
Collaborate through email with a Career Services Professional to review or create a professional resume to use in your current job search. 

Please have a copy of your resume available to submit electronically through email.  If you do not have a resume, please be prepared to submit information about your prior work history including dates to assist in creating a professional resume. 

To sign up, please register and a Career Services Professional will email you to begin the process.  

This free service is provided in partnership with the YMCA and ARIZONA@WORK.

#phxworks
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BabyTime Online

9:30 AM - 10:00 AM
Online Programming

This BabyTime program will meet on Wednesday March 3rd at 9:30 am. Registration is required. You will receive an email about an hour before the program with a link to join class. 

 

Who’s it for? Grownups who want to bond with their favorite 0-2 year old in a fun, supportive environment.

What will you do? In this live, online program, an instructor will lead you in rhymes and songs that you will do face-to-face with your child. An adult must participate onscreen with their child at all times.

What will you learn? You will learn activities to engage with your child in meaningful ways. When babies have quality interactions with a loving adult, they gain confidence to learn and grow.

 

Classes will meet on WebEx. WebEx is a closedsafe online meeting platformLearn more about using WebEx here. 

 

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 #babytime 

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Kindergarten Bootcamp En Linea

9:45 AM - 10:30 AM
Online Programming

¿Ingresara su niño al Kínder en el otoño del 2021?  

Si es así, le invitamos a participar en Kindergarten Bootcamp en Línea, ¡un programa creado para ti por Phoenix Public Library! En Kindergarten Bootcamp usted y su niño aprenderán juntos las habilidades sociales, académicas y desalón de clases que se necesitan para tener éxito en la escuela. 

Esta serie interactiva comprende dos partes: 

  • Un enlace para un video pre-clase el cual incluirá instrucciones para los adultos y actividades para realizar juntos niño- adulto. 
  • Una clase de WebEx en vivo en las siguientes fechas a las 9:45 am: 3, 10, 17, 24 de febrero y 3, 10, y 17 de marzo. 

 

Inscripción 

La inscripción es requerida e inscribiéndose usted acuerda en participar en las 7 sesiones de WebEx. Complete las preguntas de inscripcion en esta pagina y le enviaremos un correo electrónico solicitando información adicional  para su inscripción en el programa de Kindergarten Bootcamp. 

 

Útiles 

Todas las familias necesitan recoger una caja de útiles de Kindergarten Bootcamp en alguna de las localidades de la Biblioteca Publica de Phoenix. Recibirá información acerca de como recoger su caja de útiles después de inscribirse.  

 

El apoyo a programas de alfabetización temprana es patrocinado a través de un subsidio proporcionado por First Things First, quien se asocia con las familias y la comunidad para brindar a todos los niños en Arizona la oportunidad de llegar al Kinder sanos y listos para el éxito. Si quiere aprender más visite el sitio FirstThingsFirstAZ.gov 

#kindergartenbootcamponline 

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Tools for School Online

10:30 AM - 11:00 AM
Online Programming

This Tools for School program will meet on Wednesday March 3rd at 10:30 amRegistration is required. You will receive an email about an hour before the program begins with a link to join class. 


Who’s it for? Children three to five years old and their favorite grownups.  An adult must participate onscreen with their child at all times. 

What will you do?  In this live, online WebEx program, you and your child will get a head start on kindergarten! Share interactive books and activities that build kindergarten skills during the class and are easily practiced at home. 

What will we learn? Learn kindergarten basics like letters, numbers, shapes, and colors. You and your child will also go beyond the basics to work on social and emotional skills that all children need for school.  


Classes will meet on WebEx. WebEx is a closed, safe, online meeting platform. Learn more about using WebEx here.  


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 #toolsforschool 

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LENA Start en Español en Línea

11:30 AM - 12:15 PM
Online Programming

Detalles del Evento


El programa de LENA Start es un taller de 10 semanas para padres/cuidadores de bebes entre los 0 y 33 meses.  Utilizará el Podómetro LENA Talk y los consejos de conversación para impactar directamente el crecimiento en el cerebro en su bebe.


Para obtener más información, vea este vídeo: Lo que dicen las familias de LENA StartPor favor tenga en cuenta que nuestras clases se reunirán virtualmente. No se proporcionará cuidado de niños. 


Clases


Cada semana usted:


  • Aprenderá acerca de cómo conversar a través de un video corto.
  • Asista a una sesión de grupo en línea en vivo para discutir sobre cómo usar la ciencia y las estrategias presentadas.
  • Usar el podómetro de conversación LENA un día a la semana para contar las palabras que su bebe escucha.  

Inscripción


Las clases son solo para adultos y se reunirán una vez a la semana durante 10 semanas. Inscripción es requerida e inscribiéndose usted se compromete a asistir las 10 semanas de la serie. Complete las preguntas de inscripción en esta página y le enviaremos un correo electrónico para completar el proceso de inscripción. 


Entrega y Asignación del Material


Cada semana, enviará su podómetro de conversación LENA cargándolo desde su computadora personal* O devolviéndolo en una de las siguientes ubicaciones de la biblioteca: Burton Barr Biblioteca Central, Agave, Juniper, Cholla o Palo Verde. Recibirá un libro GRATIS para que lo agregue a la biblioteca personal de su hijo cada vez que entregue el podómetro de conversación.


*Su computadora personal debe cumplir con ciertos requisitos técnicos 


Este programa es posible gracias a un subsidio de la Biblioteca Estatal de Arizona, Archivos & Registros Públicos, una división de la Secretaria de Estado y en asociación con la programación de alfabetización temprana First Things First

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Music & Movement Online

11:30 AM - 12:00 PM
Online Programming

You will receive a link to join the class about an hour before it begins. This Music & Movement meets on Wednesday March 3rd at 11:30 am.


Who’s it for? Wiggle worms, birth to age five, and their favorite grownups 

What will you do? Some people learn better when they are moving. If that sounds like your child, this is the storytime for you! Sing, dance and MOVE in this fun, active program that builds reading skills. 

What is your child learning? Children who love books and stories become better readers.  


Classes will meet on WebEx. WebEx is a closed, safe online meeting platform. Learn more about using WebEx here 

 

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 #musicandmovement

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Aging Mastery Workshop Series

1:30 PM - 3:00 PM
Online Programming
The Aging Mastery program is a comprehensive and fun approach to positive aging by focusing on key aspects of health, finances, relationships, personal growth, and community involvement. Central to the Aging Mastery philosophy is the belief that modest lifestyle changes can produce big results. Mastery comes from turning these lifestyle changes into habits that lead to improved health, stronger economic security, enhanced well-being, and increased societal participation. 

This 10 week 1 ½ hour workshop is presented by experts on each topic and includes a workbook and resource guide. Exercise, healthy eating, financial fitness, medication management, falls prevention, and social engagement are some of the topics covered in the classes. 

Please join us for this informative series that features healthcare and financial professionals sharing strategies for managing your estate, improving your health, and your overall lifestyle. 


This week's class:

  

March 3rd  Sleep (Strategies to Improve Sleep) 

PresenterDr. Elaine Stewart, Naturopathic Doctor at the Desert Willow Health center  

 

This program will be presented online using Webex. Registration is required. Registered participants will receive an email with instructions on how to join the meeting.  Don't see the email? Check your spam folder. 


New to Webex Meetings?​  

All you need to connect is a computer, smartphone, or tablet.  You don’t need a webcam or microphone to participate. If you don’t have a device, you can connect to the meeting’s audio only with a phone call.​  


For more information about installing Webex for free visit:​  https://www.webex.com/downloads.html​ 

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Planning for College

3:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Online Programming
Get an edge on how to be college bound your senior year in this virtual session. You will learn how to search for colleges, what you will need to apply to them, when to apply, as well as where to find support with it all. This session will help you create your own personal blueprint for college admissions. For current high school juniors graduating in 2022.
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Unemployment Insurance and Tax Issues in Light of COVID-19

3:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Online Programming

Wait – you have to pay taxes on your Unemployment Insurance benefits?  Join us for a virtual presentation by two attorneys, Nina R. Targovnik, who specializes in representing clients in Unemployment Insurance cases and Bree Stamper, who specializes in tax issues for low-income individuals and families.  A question and answer session is included for nonspecific case-related law questions.  Presented in partnership with Community Legal Services.

This program will be presented online using Webex. Registration is not required. Please click the link below to join us!  

New to WebexMeetings?​  


All you need to connect is a computer, smartphone, or tablet.  You don’t need a webcam or microphone to participate. If you don’t have a device, you can connect to the meeting’s audio only with a phone call.​  


For more information about installing Webex for free visit, view these directions.  


This guide will help you get started with Webex.

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Little Bytes Online

3:30 PM - 4:00 PM
Online Programming
Did you know that children can learn the foundations of coding before they can write and spell?  Learn basic problem-solving skills and new vocabulary for children as young as 4 to give them the building blocks to becoming an excellent coder.  Join us online for guided activities as we teach your child the basis of code - problem solving!

Who’s it for? Children ages 4-7 and their favorite grownups. An adult must participate onscreen with their child at all times. 

What will you do? In this online program, you and your child will play games, do activities, and learn vocabulary words that support basic coding skills.

Little Bytes Online is an 8 week series.  Program sessions will be held on Feb 10, 17, 24, March 3, 10, 17, 24, and 31 online from 3:30-4:00pm.  Registration is required and by registering you agree to attend all 8 online program sessions. Please fill in the registration questions on this page and we will email you with additional required registration information.

Supplies: All families will need to pick up a Little Bytes Online Supply Box from Burton Barr Central Library. You will receive information about supply pick-up after you register. 

Note that customers on the waiting list for any Little Bytes Online series will be given first priority for registration on any new series offerings.

#CodePhx #LittleBytes #MACH1 #STEM
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Family Storytime Online

4:00 PM - 4:30 PM
Online Programming

You will receive a link to join the class about an hour before it begins. This Family Storytime meets on Wednesday March 3rd at 4:00 pm.


Who’s it for? Children, birth to age five, and their favorite grownups. An adult must participate onscreen with their child at all times.  

What will you do? Play, read, sing, and dance with your children in a fun, online program that builds reading skills. 

What is your child learning? Children who love books and stories become better readers. 

 

Classes will meet on WebEx. WebEx is a closed, safe online meeting platform. Learn more about using WebEx here 


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 #familystorytime  

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