Baby

Your Never Too Young To Join the Library

The library is for everyone including our youngest patrons.  Help get your little one on the right track to enjoy the benefits that the library has to offer and a lifelong love of reading.  You can get your baby their own library card to check out those board books, baby magazines like Baby Bug and Wild Animal Baby, music CDs for playtime and lullabies for nap time and parents can check out lots of good resources for parenting and DVDs.  Don't forget to plan a visit when we have special programs just for them.   Every Wednesday at 2:00 pm is Baby Book Time, a lapsit program that gets them laughing and learning with the Children's Librarian.  Come check us out. 

BABY TIME @ YOUR LIBRARY!

If you have little ones, join us for Baby Time each Thursday morning at 10:30 am. This short interactive program introduces board books to children. Plus we sing songs, dance and play with the parachute! Toward the end of the brief program, we open the toy box for fun time with educational toys, including building blocks. And we end each program with bubbles!! The babies love to watch the bubbles, try to touch them and pop them! Plus we now have  "Early Literacy" ABC puppets as well as "Sight and Sound Tubes" as a gift from the North Shore Rotary Club!

Baby Shower

Is your family expecting a baby?  Well, we’re having a baby shower at the library!  Come spend an afternoon with us as we share what the library has to offer for you and your growing family.  You may have already heard about Book Babies, Toddler Time and Preschool Storytime, and you may have even heard about our other children's programs, but the library has even more to offer you and your family. 

In addition to books for expecting parents and early literacy programs, you’ll hear about our computer classes, ESL tutoring, adult and teen programs, eBooks and other resources for pure entertainment.  Join us Saturday, October 27th from 2-4 p.m. in the Children’s Activity Space.  We look forward to seeing you there! 
 

Baby Sign Language

Knowing how to communicate with your infant/toddler reduces stress for both parent and child.  

Parent Resource Books

Baby Sign Language Basics: Early Communication for Hearing Babies and Toddlers Monta Z. Briant.

Baby Time Fun!

Did you know that a baby as early as three months can start recognizing faces? And that every time they are awake they absorb everything surrounding their environment? A baby's development is an amazing thing! Now their is a FREE and really FUN way parents can help the development process in their babies.  It's called Baby book time! Parents are invited to bring their baby to this class which is held every Wednesday at 2:00 p. m. in the meeting room. (Tickets are available at the desk 30 minutes before the class begins.)  Baby book time offers a variety of activities such as play time, story time, nursery rhymes,and baby interaction. Feel free to come by and have a great experience with your baby.

 

Watch Me Grow

During the first three years of life, many developmental milestones are achieved, which makes this an exciting time for both children and parents.  Everything in their world is new, and they are taking in an inconceivable amount of information. 

Unlike adults, they do not have past experience, nor an understanding of logic to help navigate their way. Consequently, there will certainly be growing pains along their path of discovery, but parents can support their children by simply talking and spending quality time with them.   

Story Time for Babies, Toddlers, and Preschoolers

BabyBounce@TomballBabies, Toddlers, Preschoolers and their parents or caregivers are invited to scoot, stroll or toddle over to the LSC-Tomball Community Library for their very own special story time.

Baby Bounce is a story time for babies who are newborn to age 15 months and includes music, rhymes, movement, books and play time. Join us every Monday at 10:30 am.

Toddlers, ages 16 months to 3 years, have fun with finger plays and movement, too, with songs and stories on Tuesdays at 10:30 am and also Wednesdays at 9:30 am. These weekly programs also include a simple craft.

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