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Interactive Spaces

Fostering early literacy is not just about reading books to children. It's about interaction! Creating an interactive space in the library encourages parents and caregivers and children to spend time together doing a fun activity. Whether your interactive space is teeny tiny and temporary or large and long-lived, interactive spaces can enhance the development of important literacy skills. Here are some interactive spaces around the state:

Want to see how Johnson County Library creates interactive early literacy spaces in which parents and children can participate in activities that foster the six skills? View these interactive space plans and contents:

Alphabet

Blue Sea
Little Cloud
Mushroom in the Rain
Put it on the List
Seven Blind Mice
Snowballs
Tip Tip Dig Dig
Very Hungry Caterpillar  

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about the Johnson County Library early literacy spaces Have photos to share? Let us know in the comments and we'll follow up with you!


|     Last modified: Aug 14, 2012