Make Way for Ducklings: Assessing Reading Comprehension with Hands On Play

With spring approaching, my two little boys have been asking questions in that never-ending style only a preschooler can master. During our last trip to the library we grabbed a stack of books to help us get ready for spring. One of the fast favorites is Make Way For Ducklings by Robert McCloskey. After reading […]

10 MORE Reasons Why You Should Go to Story Time!

My very first Library Adventure post was 10 Reasons Why You Should Go to Story Time. In celebration of our relaunch, I would like to give you 10 MORE Reasons Why You Should Go to Story Time! 10. Increase Focus and Listening Skills in a Group Setting Young babies, toddlers and preschoolers are often able to […]

Story Time Links – Flowers & Gardening

I’m excited to tell you about a new feature we are launching here at The Library Adventure on Saturdays. We will be sharing some resource posts. We will have themed pairings of books and activities for preschool and elementary ages for two of the Saturdays. We will also have a Library Spotlight on the last Saturday […]

Top 10 Book Lists from The Library Adventure

The Library Adventure took a break from posting for about a year, but we have gained many, many new readers in that time. In the process of relaunching the regular posting schedule, I thought it would be a great time to introduce some of our best content to our new readers in addition to all […]

10 Tools to Support Letter Knowledge

  Learning to recognize and name the letters of the alphabet is an early literacy milestone children need to master before they can learn to read. If your toddler or preschooler has shown an interest in learning her letters, these tools will both engage her imagination and facilitate the learning process. ABC Songs Probably the […]