Picture This: Early Literacy Library @ Jurong Regional Library

Reading nooks at Jurong Regional Library

With the recent heat and humidity, we’ve been staying indoors most days or hiding at the Early Literacy Library.  Located at the basement of Jurong Regional Library, this newly renovated children’s corner which opened its doors on 10 April 2014, houses a collection of 60,000 books for children aged six and below.

What makes the Early Literacy Library different?  For one, it’s filled with comfy reading nooks, educational toys and puzzles. There’s even a dedicated area where children can play dress-up!

What’s more, there’s a selection of books that features categories such as, Sense & Sensation, Concepts, Languages, Poetry & Rhymes and Emergent Reader to help parents select materials for their child.  We simply enjoy flipping through the new books – the smell, the crisp pages…oh it just gets me giddy with excitement!

Games at Jurong Regional Library
I guess, being girls, we cannot resist the dress-up corner!  Hannah loves changing into the different costumes, and prefers the princess costume the most.

Dress-up corner at Jurong Regional Library

So, come on by the  Jurong Regional Library and have a blast!

Jurong Regional Library
Basement One
21 Jurong East Central 1

 

P/s: There are storytelling sessions for children too.  Admission is free.

English Storytelling: Every Saturday, 12.30pm to 1pm (4-6 years old)

Mandarin Storytelling: First Saturday of the Month, 4pm to 4.30pm (4-10 years old)

Malay Storytelling: Second Saturday of the Month, 4pm to 4.30pm (4-10 years old)

 

 

 

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Dawn @ Homeschool Crafts

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