Parks’ Place Library Free for Parks Place Families

March Blog

Parks Place is proud to have books and literature available for our families to check out and discover the fun of reading. We have a wide array of books to enjoy with your little one. The process is really easy to do. Simply sign in the sign in sheet and check out the book. Parks’ Place uses the honor system for families to bring back the books.

“Children are made leaders on the laps of their parents.”

Children are encouraged to read throughout the school year and they recognized for their reading accomplishments in class in front of their peers. Reading at an early age builds confidence and strengthens children’s ability to learn.

It is common for children to learn how to read at different ages. Some children learn how to read early on and others may take some more time before they begin reading. Regardless of their where they are at with their reading skills, it’s important to celebrate and encourage their successes as they reach new milestones in their development.

Patience and consistency is the key to success

Whether you are reading to your child or your child is beginning to read on their own, it is important to be consistent. Making reading a habit can be an effective way to instill consistency and get the best results. A couple ideas to try is to read early in the morning, as soon as they come home or right before bed. Choose the time that works best for you and your child.

If your child is not wanting to read or not following along, be patient and keep with it. Through repetition they will begin to become more familiar with the process and will still gain from the practice.

If you have any questions about the Park Place Library or how you can check out books, please feel free to ask us for more information at the front desk. 

 

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