PHILIPSBURG – On Tuesday, March 2, the Philipsburg Jubilee Library and Zahira Marmar as part of the library’s “Read to me” campaign, will be organizing an educational, exciting interactive Rhyme Time workshop.
Rhyme Time, babies and toddlers, parents, and/or their caregivers, sing along to many of the classic nursery rhymes. Rhyme Time is a wonderful alternative for children who do not attend daycare in the morning. The program takes place on a weekly basis, every Wednesday morning from 10:00am to 11:00am.
During the workshop, parents, caregivers or anyone who is interested, will learn the art on how to interact in a positive manner with children between the ages of 0 to 3, how to read your room, imaginative interaction with puppets, and how to create an atmosphere of inclusion so children feel safe to be themselves and much more.
The interactive Rhyme Time workshop will be a one-time free workshop on Tuesday, March 10, from 10:00am to 12:30pm at the library in the Media Lab. Facilitating the course will be Marmar.
There is no need to register for more information, just call the library at 542-2970 and ask for Melackia Spencer.
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