Twentynine Palms, CA. - Do you have a child between the ages of one and five? The Yucca Valley Branch Library invites you to attend our library programs aimed specifically at kids their age. We are currently offering programs that your kids will love!
Every Thursday at 11:00 AM our Story Time program is a wonderfully fun and engaging story time where amazing books meet songs, rhymes, puppets and more. For the whole family, you won’t want to miss!
From March 5, 2019 to April 11, 2019 we will also be hosting the following programs:
On Tuesdays at 11:00 AM we invite you to our Little Artists program. Join us as we create fun, and sometimes messy, art projects that will inspire your little artists both here in the library as well as at home. Work with you little one to guide their creativity in creating a project together, or let them steal the show with their own personal artistic style!
The purpose of this program is to inspire creativity in your little one as well as promote positive parent and child interaction. This program will be focused on the development stages of socialization, and (depending on the project) gross motor skills, fine motor skills and vocabulary.
On Wednesdays at 11:00 AM we invite you to our Kids on the Move program. Join us as we jump, clap, shake and dance our way through this class. Through fun songs and active stories we strive to model a fun, yet healthy, exercise routine for your little ones. And remember, parents are encouraged to participate!
The purpose of this program is to inspire a healthy model of physical activity in a fun and engaging way, with a focus on stretching, body awareness, listening skills, following directions and fine motor skills.
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