Tag: Children and Reading

Winter Storytimes at Flagstaff Public Library

| November 6, 2015
Winter Storytimes at Flagstaff Public Library

Please view this post for information on the upcoming January through March storytimes for all ages at Flagstaff Public Library!

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Five Clever Ideas to Spark Independent Reading by Kids

| August 24, 2015
Five Clever Ideas to Spark Independent Reading by Kids

There are so many concepts, skills and standards to be covered in any given school day, week or year that it can be easy to forget about one simple activity that promotes autonomy and starts students down a path of lifelong learning — independent reading. Here are Five Clever Ideas to Spark Independent Reading by Kids!

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Brain Scans Show Why Reading to Kids Is Good for Them

| August 24, 2015
Brain Scans Show Why Reading to Kids Is Good for Them

Brain scans show those who heard stories regularly showed more activity in areas linked to word meanings, imagination… Read more for details!

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November Calendar for the Flagstaff Public Library

| November 8, 2014
November Calendar for the Flagstaff Public Library

November Calendar for the Flagstaff Public Library. CLICK HERE for November calendar for the Library.  The first page is the Main Library and the second page is the calendar for the East Flagstaff Branch.

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Flagstaff Public Library celebrates new children’s book about the Peaks

| August 14, 2014
Flagstaff Public Library celebrates new children’s book about the Peaks

The Flagstaff Public Library, Main Branch will host Historian and Author Susan Deaver Olberding and her new children’s book Our Mountain: The San Francisco Peaks Do Peaks related crafts Learn cool facts about the Peaks Get your book signed Saturday, August 23, 2014 1:00 p.m. Fun for all ages! FREE! Click HERE for the Flyer!

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Every Child Ready to Read – at YOUR Library! – July 28th

| July 16, 2014
Every Child Ready to Read – at YOUR Library! – July 28th

In the important role as a parent, childcare provider, or preschool teacher, you have the unique opportunity to impact the lives of the children in your care and help them get ready to read.  Consider attending an Every Child Ready to Read training to learn simple suggestion that can easily be incorporated into your everyday […]

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