- Who: Brooklyn Heights Library
- Where: Brooklyn Heights
- When: Babies to teens
- Why: Establish a love of reading and learning
- What: Storytime, STEM, Live entertainment, Children’s librarian
- Bonus: Inclusive programs for children with disabilities
Part of the Brooklyn Public Library, the Brooklyn Heights Library opened in May 1962. From babies to teens, there are activities for every age group. Babies enjoy books, learn fun songs meet other babies. Toddlers discover picture books and finger plays. Pre-schoolers continue the exposure to books and songs. Children can get homework help from Grades 1 till 8. Library labs expose kids to science, technology, engineering and math concepts. Chess sessions help children with critical thinking.
Reading aids in brain development and inculcating a love for the library is a great gift to your child. Libraries offer a choice to children and are easier on the pocket. Libraries encourage active learning and many libraries develop special programs to benefit kids. Children socialize with other kids and get exposed to a variety of non-reading programs too.
If you are a returning visitor to Brooklyn Heights Public Library, we’d love to hear from you!
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