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Reading Adds Up (ages 5-12) (preregistration)

Image is the logo of Texas State University's Round Rock campus, including a maroon and gold star and the phrase "The rising STAR of Texas"Can kids really love both reading and math? You bet!

Students from Texas State University Round Rock’s Teacher Education program will host a fun-filled afternoon of math and literacy. These future teachers will read a variety of children’s stories, and then explore math concepts related to the story with kids. Adult guests are welcome to ask questions and learn strategies.

This event is most appropriate for children ages 5-12. Sessions will run continuously, so you may join and leave at any time during the two hour event.

Register in advance for this meeting:
https://txstate.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJEudO-qqTovGNzGNCuTbyKRi7zIb0UVMDsW

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

Questions?  Please contact:

Amy Velchoff, Lecturer 
CI 4350. Mathematics in the Integrated Elementary Curriculum

Reading Adds Up (ages 5-12) (preregistration)

Image is the logo of Texas State University's Round Rock campus, including a maroon and gold star and the phrase "The rising STAR of Texas"Can kids really love both reading and math? You bet!

Students from Texas State University Round Rock’s Teacher Education program will host a fun-filled afternoon of math and literacy. These future teachers will read a variety of children’s stories, and then explore math concepts related to the story with kids. Adult guests are welcome to ask questions and learn strategies.

This event is most appropriate for children ages 5-12. Sessions will run continuously, so you may join and leave at any time during the two hour event.

Register in advance for this meeting:
https://txstate.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJElcOiqqD8sGNX9TLbir7fANB8wUMsK9oPi

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

Questions?  Please contact:

Amy Velchoff, Lecturer 
CI 4350. Mathematics in the Integrated Elementary Curriculum

Reading Adds Up

Image is the logo of Texas State University's Round Rock campus, including a maroon and gold star and the phrase "The rising STAR of Texas"Can kids really love both reading and math? 

You bet!

Explore how with Reading Adds Up, an event featuring come-and-go stations that welcome kids, parents, educators, and childcare providers.

Students from Texas State University Round Rock’s Teacher Education program host a fun-filled come-and-go session of math and literacy.

Walk up to the station that matches your child’s grade level, meet some future teachers,  enjoy a story, and then explore a math concept related to the story.

There will be individual stations targeting developmentally appropriate goals for learners ages 4-11.

Come when you can–maybe even just stay a bit after Rockin’ Kids Club: Art, or arrive a little early for Evening Storytime.

This free event is in the Library’s Room C.

Family Storytime

The Round Rock Public Library presents Family Storytime.

This weekly, interactive program includes a variety of activities. Every week enjoy books and fingerplays. Many weeks you’ll find a little extra sparkle, with fun additions such as puppets, creative movement, play activities, or sometimes even a short film.

Families with children of all ages are welcome, but children ages 18 months – 6 years old will enjoy it best.

Join us  at 11 a.m. on Saturdays in Room A.

Questions? Please contact the Children’s Reference Desk, 512-218-3275.

Reading Adds Up

Image is the logo of Texas State University's Round Rock campus, including a maroon and gold star and the phrase "The rising STAR of Texas"Can kids really love both reading and math? 

You bet!

Explore how with Reading Adds Up, an event featuring come-and-go stations that welcome kids, parents, educators, and childcare providers.

Students from Texas State University Round Rock’s Teacher Education program host a fun-filled come-and-go session of math and literacy.

Walk up to the station that matches your child’s grade level, meet some future teachers,  enjoy a story, and then explore a math concept related to the story.

There will be individual stations targeting developmentally appropriate goals for learners ages 4-11.

Come when you can–maybe even just stay a bit after Rockin’ Kids Club: LEGO(R) Free Build, or arrive a little early for Evening Storytime.

This free event is in the Library’s Room C.

Family Storytime

The Round Rock Public Library presents Family Storytime.

This weekly, interactive program includes a variety of activities. Every week enjoy books and fingerplays. Many weeks you’ll find a little extra sparkle, with fun additions such as puppets, creative movement, play activities, or sometimes even a short film.

Families with children of all ages are welcome, but children ages 18 months – 6 years old will enjoy it best.

Join us  at 11 a.m. on Saturdays in Room A.

Questions? Please contact the Children’s Reference Desk, 512-218-3275.

Family Storytime

The Round Rock Public Library presents Family Storytime.

This weekly, interactive program includes a variety of activities. Every week enjoy books and fingerplays. Many weeks you’ll find a little extra sparkle, with fun additions such as puppets, creative movement, play activities, or sometimes even a short film.

Families with children of all ages are welcome, but children ages 18 months – 6 years old will enjoy it best.

Join us  at 11 a.m. on Saturdays in Room A.

Questions? Please contact the Children’s Reference Desk, 512-218-3275.

Family Storytime

The Round Rock Public Library presents Family Storytime.

This weekly, interactive program includes a variety of activities. Every week enjoy books and fingerplays. Many weeks you’ll find a little extra sparkle, with fun additions such as puppets, creative movement, play activities, or sometimes even a short film.

Families with children of all ages are welcome, but children ages 18 months – 6 years old will enjoy it best.

Join us  at 11 a.m. on Saturdays in Room A.

Questions? Please contact the Children’s Reference Desk, 512-218-3275.

Family Storytime

The Round Rock Public Library presents Family Storytime.

This weekly, interactive program includes a variety of activities. Every week enjoy books and fingerplays. Many weeks you’ll find a little extra sparkle, with fun additions such as puppets, creative movement, play activities, or sometimes even a short film.

Families with children of all ages are welcome, but children ages 18 months – 6 years old will enjoy it best.

Join us  at 11 a.m. on Saturdays in Room A.

Questions? Please contact the Children’s Reference Desk, 512-218-3275.

Ask A Child Development Expert

Do you have concerns about your baby or toddler, but aren’t sure if formal intervention is needed?

Bring your child and your concerns to this free come-and-go event.

Arrive when you can. Chat one-on-one with specialists, with no obligation or pressure. Explore our fun toys with your child between chats.

Our confirmed specialists include:

This program is an extension of our Family Place Libraries program, and a joint project with other certified Family Place Libraries in Central Texas.

Questions? Please contact Andrea Warkentin, 512-218-7011.