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Here is a link for a resource to help your family through this challenging time.https://www.chkd.org/Blog/COVID-19--Tips-to-Help-Parents-Support-Children/
Make Reading Part of Your Preschooler's Everyday Life By: National Center for Family Literacy (2007) Do you enjoy reading? Do you look at the newspaper? Read magazines?...
Do you do too much for your kids? It’s time to flip the script. BY JACKIE GILLARD | SEP 29, 2016It’s 7:55 a.m. and my six-year-old daughter is singing Pharrell’s “Happy”...
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Exeter Library::: We are putting the final touches on our FALL PROGRAM SCHEDULE! Keep your eye on our FB pages, ExeterPublicLibrary and ExeterPublicLibraryChildrens, our website (www.exeterpubliclibrary.org) and newsletters for a schedule of all the fun programming we'll be offering in the upcoming months!
Mind blown by this research! What your kids watch on TV DOES matter. https://pediatrics.aappublications.org/content/128/4/644
A Daniel Tiger sing along to help your kiddos with our new world! https://pbskids.org/video/daniel-tigers-neighborhood/3045643235
Hello Lineham Families! Just a few notes as we look ahead to the start of the year. We will be asking that no lunch boxes or backpacks are sent to school. Snacks should arrive in disposable brown bags to cut down on any germ transfers. Although we do not have a school supply list, we do suggest that you might create a school supply kit at home for potential distance learning at some point this year. Prices are so good right now! Think crayons, chalk, kid scissors, glue, construction paper. We recommend that you keep them in a special spot or box that will be used just for remote learning should that need arise. Stay tuned for more updates! Be safe!