How quiet does my child need to be to come to this library program?
Play dates are designed for young children and all the noises that come from having fun with their family.
What is the best way to share this with my parent group?
Tell them about your experience or that you are attending and tell them to visit www.saclibrary.org/play for more information.
Why is the library doing a play program?
Supporting early learning in the community is one of our priorities, and many of the skills a young child needs to get ready to learn how to read are learned through play. During play, children learn new vocabulary and practice using those words to express themselves. They learn about the physical world through tasks like building and stacking, make predictions about what happens next, and develop gross and fine motor skills. Dramatic play helps with social-emotional learning.