The Children’s Department of the Woodbury Public Library offers a welcoming place for children and caregivers to
For Summer Reading 2020, please use the grade you are going into. Readers going into Grade 6 may do the Children’s program or the Teen program. You decide. Happy Reading!
Select books, relax in the playroom, craft together, or snuggle up in the reading nook. Librarians are available to answer questions and guide your child in finding the right book. A variety of programs offer fun and educational opportunities for children ages birth – 11.
Get ready for Rainy Day Bingo with these directions on making a BINGO Card at home. Pop Up Rainy Day Bingo will be posted on Facebook and our Events Calendar the day of the event.
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Parents, Grandparents or Caregivers can sign up in the children’s room for this self paced program. Each time your child reads 100 books they will be rewarded with a book and a sticker. Upon completion of the program, a gift certificate to our Book Cellar is awarded.
Did you know that reading to your child is one of the most powerful ways to boost his or her brain power? By reading 1,000 books before kindergarten together you help your child learn pre-reading skills such as understanding the sounds letters make, developing a bigger vocabulary and better success decoding words – all important skills that prepare your child for learning to read and entering kindergarten.
Ingrid J. Martland Fund
Each year children entering Kindergarten in the Region 14 school district are gifted new books in a bright red READ backpack. This generous fund was founded by Ingrid J. Martland in celebration of her lifelong love of reading.
Ingrid J. Martland had a twenty-two year career at Mitchell Elementary School in Woodbury, where nearly all of her students excelled in math and vocabulary. Ingrid will be forever remembered for her annual donation of a new book to each Region 14 kindergarten student via the Woodbury Library and the Connecticut Community Foundation in perpetuity.
Ingrid J. Martland Fund past books