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Youth Services

Farmington Public Library

#ReadFarmington

 

Youth (Toddler to Gr. 5)

Daycare & Summer Learning

Teen (Gr. 6 to HS Senior)

Adult (age 18 and up)

 

 

 

The “a-MAZE-ing” Joe Wos, author and illustrator of Maze Toons, joined us for spring break at the Farmington Public Library. Joe lead two workshops, and then drew a special maze just for the library. Come to the library to see if you can find your way through our challenging maze!

Download a copy here








The Farmington Public Library Youth Services scheduled
no school days, early release and holiday time programs
using the Farmington Municipal School Calendar from
September to May. 

No School days schedule

10am      Minecraft until noon
10am      Storytime followed by activities until noon
11am      Movie in Storytime room

1pm        Girls Who Code

                       Early Release Day (Monday) schedule

Movie & Snack & Activity @ 2pm
Storytime (all ages) @ 3:30pm
Chapter by Chapter Book Club (ages 5-8) @ 3:30pm
Tween Gaming in the Teen Zone @ 1pm


             Visit the library events calendar for events.





Monday, Tuesday, Thursday & Friday
10:30am to 11:15am & 3:30pm

Line up at the Youth Services Desk for a nametag
--10:30am Storytime Room: Toddler (age 0-3)
--10:30am Library Laboratory: Preschool (age 3-5)

Rotation with Activity
--10:50am Storytime Room: Preschool (age 3-5)
--10:50am Library Laboratory: Toddler (age 0-3)

Storytime Schedule
Library Events Calendar

 

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Minecraft is scheduled in the Library Laboratory during no school days at 10am to noon. 

Minecraft is monitored by the staff who assign the game projects, using various themes.

Valid library card is required.

 



Girls Who Code is an introductory hands-on program

Participants work on the touch screen then proceed to the laptops to create their own Scratch Project.  Everytime the participant attends, they can login in and continue on their boards.

Consider visiting the Girls Who Code website and sign up to
continue projects at home.  Parent or guardian must provide an email address and login to SCRATCH

VIEW IMPACT PROJECT created at the Farmington Public Library 
Search for fplgwcproject and select Studios 

 

All programs are subject to change.  Please check the Library Events Calendar.

Locate Juvenile Easy and Fiction Books in Youth Services (YouTube)

Locate Juvenile NonFiction Books in Youth Services (YouTube)

Locate Graphic Novels in the Teen Zone (YouTube)

 

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1KB4K Reading Program for every child from infant to Kindergarten.
Does reading 1,000 books seem overwhelming? This is a self-guided program.

3 books a day for 1 year = 1,095 books
1 book a day for 3 years - 1,095 books

Downloadable PDFs

Program Instructions for IKB4K
Program Instructions (Spanish/Español)
Books Your Child Should Hear Before Kindergarten

 


Registration for the Summer Reading Program coming in March 2019

Storytime YTD Stats

Prime Time YTD Stats

Summer Reading Pie Chart

Summer Reading YTD Stats


 

  • AR BookFinder
    Searching for Accelerated Reader books is fun and easy with this free online tool
  • Lexile
    Lexile measures help your child grow and improve reading skills

Image result for thanks youMayor, City Manager and City Councilors for taking time to read
"Where the Wild Things Are" by Maurice Sendak.

 

Nate Duckett
Farmington Mayor
Rob Mayes
City Manager
Linda Rodgers
District 1 City Councilor
 

 

Janis Jakino
District 4 City Councilor
Jeanine Bingham-Kelly
District 3 City Councilor
Sean Sharer
District 2 City Councilor

 

 

 

               
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