PAWS for Reading
Mondays at 4:30 PM.
Have fun reading to a gentle, affectionate dog at the Library. Sign-up at the children’s desk for a 10 minute session.
All Ages. This program runs from September to June.
Tuesdays 10:30 – 11:30 AM.
Using the innovative award-winning “Mother Goose on the Loose” early-literacy curriculum created by Dr.
Betsy Diamant-Cohen. Bring your babies and toddlers to the Seaford Library for fun-filled thirty-minute interactive classes that
use rhymes, songs, puppets, musical instruments, and more to stimulate the learning process. This fosters speech development,
motor coordination, self-confidence, and sensitivity to others. Parents and care givers are participants in this ideal
environment for child development. This program runs from September to June.
STAY & PLAY Delaware Early Childhood Center "Parents as Teachers"
Wednesdays at 10 AM
For Families with Children Birth – to Kindergarten Entry~ Come PLAY and LEARN with Your Child! ~This program runs from September to June.
Yoga for Kids
Wednesdays 4:30 – 5:30 PM.
Yoga is a system of physical exercises or postures. By practicing yoga children learn how to exercise,
develop confidence, improve concentration and build strength and flexibility. All ages welcome. This program runs all year round.
Pre-K Wiggle Worms
Thursday 10:30-11:30 AM.
Sing and dance your wiggles away in this fun filled story hour of music, rhymes, books and play. Ages 5 and
under. This program runs from September to June.
Teen Computer Gaming
Every Friday from 3-4 PM.
For Teens and Tweens in grades 6-12. Participants meet in the Nason Room/Job Center to play Minecraft, Roblox and other
team games. This program runs September to June.
Teen Game Night
Fridays at 4–5:30 PM.
For Teens and Tweens in grades 6-12. This program is held in the Woodruff Room/large meeting room.
Come in and play X-Box, PlayStation, or Wii, as well as a variety of board games, with friends both new and old. This
program runs from September to June.
June - August
Why are the children’s and teens Summer Reading Programs so important? These programs help develop and
maintain reading skills and literacy levels during the summer. Kids who participate have a better retention of skills once they
return to school than those who do not. It also provides programs, knowledge and entertainment as a free service, and is open
to the entire community. We welcome children and teens of all reading levels and abilities. This is one of the library’s most
direct ways to contribute to education. It coincides with our mission statement to encourage lifelong learning and a love of
books in any form.
Youth Services Librarians
Carla Long, 302-629-2524 ext. 109 or ext. 104, email@example.com