Bring your children to Margaret River and Augusta Libraries for children’s stories, rhymes, songs and crafts. Storytelling sessions encourage children to develop a love of reading, books and stories and improve their vocabulary. Apart from developing a story reading habit amongst children, story time also serves as a place for children to appreciate and learn about the environment in which they live and participate in rhymes and songs.
Crafts and arts activities will also be conducted during these sessions of Children’s Storytime at Margaret River and Augusta Libraries. The ultimate goal is to bring stories to life and boost the imaginative and creative skills of children.
Storytime is designed for children aged two to five years old but all are welcome. This interactive storytelling experience can give children the confidence to communicate effectively in front of a group of people and convey their thoughts successfully. So, if you want your children to get out of the house during school holidays and do something educational, you should consider bringing them to one of these sessions of Children’s Storytime at Margaret River and Augusta Libraries.
Margaret River Library: Every Tuesday at 10.00 am
Augusta Library: Every fourth Friday of the month and every second Thursday of the month at 10.30 am.