No, you don’t have to be a parent or teacher to checkout our “Parent-Teacher” books
We all want our children to do well in school and have success in life. It’s not always easy though to know just how best to help a child achieve these goals. Of course, there are simple things we can do that we know helps them develop skills they will need when they enter kindergarten–things like regularly reading to young children or giving them crayons and paper so they can draw and “write”. But there is so much more we can do to help them learn–not only as preschoolers but throughout all their school years as well.
Where can you find the help you need? If you care for a child, regardless of their age and regardless of whether you are a parent, grandparent, babysitter or other caregiver, you may find just the help you need in our “Parent-Teacher” section at the library. Books in this collection offer easy to follow instructions, ideas and examples to help anyone who spends time with a child. Here, you will find creative learning ideas, easy crafts, age-appropriate booklists, simple inexpensive activities and great tips that can help you help your child learn, beginning in their very early toddler years and right on through their school years.
Where do you find this collection of books? Every Holmes County Library location, including the bookmobile, has a “Parent-Teacher” collection. Why not stop by today and check out a few of these great books. Remember, you don’t have to be a parent or teacher…just someone who wants to see that special child in your life learn and be successful.