Learning starts at birth.
Support your young children in developing their early literacy skills that will create a foundation for success in later life.
Read Together Regina
Reading to your baby is very important and Regina Public Library wants to help you get started. Each baby born in Regina receives a bag containing two board books and early literacy resources. More information.
Rhymes for Babies Videos
Learn 10 rhymes you can share with your baby. Babies love the sound of the human voice and respond well to rhymes and rhythm. Chanting playful rhymes to babies can broaden their experiences with language and sound. Including rhymes in daily routines such as eating, dressing, bathing, and getting ready for bed will help your baby develop a strong foundation for early literacy.
DIY Family Activities
Have fun creating DIY Family activities at home with your children. It's a great way to spend time together and to support the development of your children’s early literacy skills. Your friends at Regina Public Library have compiled the following resources to help you.
Online Reading Resources
Share stories with your young children using these great online resources. It’s a wonderful way to help them develop their early literacy skills.
Librarians know books. Let us help you find your next great read!
Answer a few quick questions about your reading preferences and we’ll send you an email with a personalized list of books.
The more you can tell us about the books you’ve enjoyed, the better we can put together a list that will inspire and entertain you!
Enjoy a fun story time with your child any time any day!
- Family Storytime
- Ages 2 to 5. Explore stories, songs and rhymes with your child.
- Mainly Mother Goose
- Ages 2 and under. Share interactive songs, rhymes and bounces with your baby.