babies

Babytime (ages 12 – 18 months)

The Round Rock Public Library presents Babytime, a storytime program for babies and their caregivers that encourages language development and learning.

Explore a different theme each week through stories, songs, and finger plays.

After the brief story session, babies and their caregivers will have social time with toys, bubbles, and even parachute play.

Please bring your baby to the developmentally appropriate group. Use these ages as guidelines:

  • Ages 0 – 12 months, Thursdays at 9:30 a.m.
  • Ages 12 – 18 months, Wednesdays or Fridays at 9:30 a.m.

For more information, please contact Virginia Hadley, 512-218-3279.

Free vision screening for kids

Round Rock Public Library proudly partners with the Round Rock chapter of Lions International to provide free vision screenings for young children 11:30 a.m.  – 1 p.m. Saturday, January 11, in the Computer Lab (next to the library’s large meeting rooms).

These screenings are first come, first served. Everyone is welcome. The screening is a great opportunity to screen very young children with a quick, easy, painless test that requires only a few seconds of cooperation.

This event is part of KidSight USA, a nationwide screening program conducted by Round Rock Lions. The program provides critical eye screenings for ages 6 months – 6 years.

Lions involved with KidSight USA want to reach young learners and help identify common vision problems while those problems are more easily reversed, and before those problems interfere with learning.

If a screening suggests a possible vision condition that needs to be addressed, Round Rock Lions will work with families to make certain that professional eye exams and glasses are obtained.

 

Babytime (ages 12 – 18 months)

The Round Rock Public Library presents Babytime, a storytime program for babies and their caregivers that encourages language development and learning.

Explore a different theme each week through stories, songs, and finger plays.

After the brief story session, babies and their caregivers will have social time with toys, bubbles, and even parachute play.

Please bring your baby to the developmentally appropriate group. Use these ages as guidelines:

  • Ages 0 – 12 months, Thursdays at 9:30 a.m.
  • Ages 12 – 18 months, Wednesdays or Fridays at 9:30 a.m.

For more information, please contact Virginia Hadley, 512-218-3279.

Babytime (ages birth – 12 months)

The Round Rock Public Library presents Babytime, a storytime program for babies and their caregivers that encourages language development and learning.

Explore a different theme each week through stories, songs, and finger plays.

After the brief story session, babies and their caregivers will have social time with toys, bubbles, and even parachute play.

Please bring your baby to the developmentally appropriate group. Use these ages as guidelines:

  • Ages 0 – 12 months, Thursdays at 9:30 a.m.
  • Ages 12 – 18 months, Wednesdays or Fridays at 9:30 a.m.

For more information, please contact Virginia Hadley, 512-218-3279.

Babytime (ages 12 – 18 months)

The Round Rock Public Library presents Babytime, a storytime program for babies and their caregivers that encourages language development and learning.

Explore a different theme each week through stories, songs, and finger plays.

After the brief story session, babies and their caregivers will have social time with toys, bubbles, and even parachute play.

Please bring your baby to the developmentally appropriate group. Use these ages as guidelines:

  • Ages 0 – 12 months, Thursdays at 9:30 a.m.
  • Ages 12 – 18 months, Wednesdays or Fridays at 9:30 a.m.

For more information, please contact Virginia Hadley, 512-218-3279.

Babytime (ages 12 – 18 months)

The Round Rock Public Library presents Babytime, a storytime program for babies and their caregivers that encourages language development and learning.

Explore a different theme each week through stories, songs, and finger plays.

After the brief story session, babies and their caregivers will have social time with toys, bubbles, and even parachute play.

Please bring your baby to the developmentally appropriate group. Use these ages as guidelines:

  • Ages 0 – 12 months, Thursdays at 9:30 a.m.
  • Ages 12 – 18 months, Wednesdays or Fridays at 9:30 a.m.

For more information, please contact Virginia Hadley, 512-218-3279.

Babytime (birth – 12 months)

The Round Rock Public Library presents Babytime, a storytime program for babies and their caregivers that encourages language development and learning.

Explore a different theme each week through stories, songs, and finger plays.

After the brief story session, babies and their caregivers will have social time with toys, bubbles, and even parachute play.

Please bring your baby to the developmentally appropriate group. Use these ages as guidelines:

  • Ages 0 – 12 months, Thursdays at 9:30 a.m.
  • Ages 12 – 18 months, Wednesdays or Fridays at 9:30 a.m.

For more information, please contact Virginia Hadley, 512-218-3279.

Santa visits the library

Santa Claus is sitting next to a lit Christmas treeSanta is visiting the library!

Bring the kids, meet your favorite old elf, and snaps some photos.

Before and after your turn with Santa, enjoy come-and-go fun at an adjacent Construction Zone activity. This activity features the library’s giant sets of LEGO(R) bricks, Keva Planks, SmartMax magnets, and other blocks and building sets.

Both events are free and open to people of all ages.

Babytime (ages 12 – 18 months)

The Round Rock Public Library presents Babytime, a storytime program for babies and their caregivers that encourages language development and learning.

Explore a different theme each week through stories, songs, and finger plays.

After the brief story session, babies and their caregivers will have social time with toys, bubbles, and even parachute play.

Please bring your baby to the developmentally appropriate group. Use these ages as guidelines:

  • Ages 0 – 12 months, Thursdays at 9:30 a.m.
  • Ages 12 – 18 months, Wednesdays or Fridays at 9:30 a.m.

For more information, please contact Virginia Hadley, 512-218-3279.

Ladybug Music sample class for babies and toddlers

The Round Rock Public Library presents a very special Babytime featuring a sample class from Ladybug Music .

We know music is a key part of early learning–and Ladybug Music’s philosophy is to give children a love for music, and also enough musical knowledge to empower kids to use use music to express themselves.
 
Participants will learn a little about music in early learning, have a fun time participating, and check out what a Ladybug class might be like.
 
This is a free, no-obligation program.
 
The target audience for this class is babies and young toddlers, alongside their caregivers.
 
For more information, please contact Virginia Hadley, 512-218-3279.

This class replaces our normal Babytime format featuring stories, songs, and finger plays around a weekly theme.