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REMINDER

There will not be any programs during the week of Thanksgiving. We look forward to seeing you the week of November 26th.

Build a Snowman

Children are invited to join the Mobile Family Success Center and craft their very own snowman. Best part...this one won't melt! Thursday, December 19 from 4 PM-5 PM. Register today!

Pardon Our Appearance!

We are very excited about the transformation of our meeting room in the next couple of months! The meeting room will be expanded allowing for addtional classes, clubs and community events to take place. There may be days that are a bit noisy or dusty so we ask for your patience during this time. For the safety of our patrons, there may be days when the children's room has limited access or is closed so please call ahead to inquire about events. Looking forward to seeing the end result, it will be well worth the wait!

Girls Who Code

Girls Who Code is a national non-profit organization working to close the gender gap in technology. Through its Girls Who Code Clubs, the organization is leading the movement to inspire, educate, and equip young women with the computing skills to pursue 21st Century opportunities. Our Clubs are free after-school programs for 6-12 grade girls to use computer science to impact their community and join our sisterhood of supportive peers and rold models. Additional information is available at Girls Who Code. You can also contact Abhilasha at: 732-501-6085 or abhilashanegi96@gmail.com or register here. The Girls Who Code Club will meet on the following dates: September 17, October 1, 15 & 29, November 5 & 19, December 3 & 17, January 7 & 21, February 4 & 18, March 4, 18 & 25.

Total Tutoring

Every Monday from 5-7 PM.
November dates: 6, 13, & 20
Is your child struggling in school? Are other tutoring centers not working? Then join Total Tutoring today! It is run by high school students who want to give back to the community by helping our future leaders excel. Tutoring is available for students in grades K-10 in math, science, English, history and world language. No registration necessary, but please arrive at the beginning of the session. Now at Sayreville Public Library and Edison YMCA. All students must bring their own school materials to sessions. This is a volunteer organization, so sessions are completely free of charge. For more information or to register, visit Total Tutoring. For general questions, please call Marie or Pam at 732-727-0212, ext. 26.

Fall Classes to begin in October!

Little Lapsit!
For children ages 6-24 months with a parent/caregiver. Join us for stories, songs and playtime! Mondays at 10 AM, no class until construction is completed.

Creative Kids! Moving to Tuesdays beginning November 7
Children ages 3-9 with a parent/caregiver are invited to join us for a variety of fun and easy crafts (children may need the help of an adult to complete the crafts). Tuesdays at 6:30PM, beginning November 7.

Storytime Surprise!
Children ages 2-6 are invited to join us for a different format each week. Will we do a craft, have a dance party or make a delicious snack? Fridays at 11AM, Beginning October 13.

Library Programs

The Sayreville Public Library is more than happy to provide free programs for patrons and their children whose home library is Sayreville (meaning you have a Sayreille library card). Please be prepared to show your Sayreville library card upon entrance to a program. Thank you.

New app ~ Level It Books!

A great way to organize, level and track your books! Scan your book's ISBN to view Lexile, Guided Reading, Grade Level Equivalent and/or DRA levels for the book. Determining how to choose a book just got a whole lot easier. Every child progresses at his/her own pace, this app makes it easier to choose a book no matter what your child's reading ability or the leveling system their school is using. Click here.

1000 Books Before Kindergarten

The concept is simple, the rewards are priceless! Read any book, to your infant, toddler or preschooler. The goal is to have read 1,000 books (yes you can repeat them) before your precious one starts kindergarten. Read just one book a night for three years and you will have read 1,095 books!
How do I sign up?
1) Sign up with a Children's Reference Librarian to get your folder with all the information needed.
2) Use the log sheet included to record book you have read.
How do I earn Prizes?
1) For every 25 books read, your child earns a prize from the prize box.
2) For every 100 books read, your child earns a FREE book.
Please remember a librarian must see the completed log sheet to be eligible for prizes. Congratulations, you are on your way to 1000 Books Before Kindergarten!
To access the 1000 Books Before Kindergarten website, please, click here!
For a suggested list of books your child should hear before Kindergarten, Click here!

TumbleBook Library, e-books for e-kids!

TumbleBook Library is an online collection of animated, talking picture books which teach young children the joys of reading in a format they'll love. Click here for exciting e-books and interactive games!

WE NOW HAVE LITERACY TOOLS AVAILABLE FOR READING AND COMPREHENSION!!!

Non-Fiction Comprehension Quickie Cards (Ages 8+):
These quick, high-interest activities help students build nonfiction comprehension as they read passages, interpret charts, and more!

Sight-Word Tactile Cards (Ages 5+):
Students learn to recognize 75 of the most common sight-words with instant reinforcement they can see, touch, and trace!

Word Family Flip Books:
As kids turn the pages of these ingenious flip books, they match letters, blends, and diagraphs with a special ending sound.

Reading Comprehension Practice Cards (Grades 1-3):
From identifying words and meanings to reading passges, these cards help students build comprehension and prepare for standardized testing!

Phonics Flip Books (Ages 6+):
These easy-to-use flip books each focus on a specific phonics sound, from long and short vowels to blends and diagraphs.

Stop into the library to check out these great learning tools. These sets are available at the front Circulation Desk for in-library use only (they are not available for check-out)