“SMALL TALK SPRINGFIELD” PARENT PROGRAM STARTING SOON
Free Classes Teach Baby Activities and Provide Free Books
A new program called “Small Talk Springfield” will teach parents and caretakers fun new ways to talk, read and play with their babies – all activities that help babies’ brains grow. The classes also provide feedback through a unique new talk pedometers. Light refreshments and childcare will be provided, and children will receive a free book after each session. Families will also receive free baby supplies and a chance to win gift cards.
The first of 13 classes will take place on Wednesday, October 25th, from 6:30-7:30 p.m. at Library Express at Pine Point, located at 204 Boston Road in Springfield. Parents and caretakers are encouraged to sign up if they have a child 0-30 months old, access to a cell phone, and the ability to attend the classes and complete the word counter recordings.
Register or get more information from Jennifer Johnston at firstname.lastname@example.org or 413-263-6828, ext. 293.
“Small Talk Springfield” is supported by The LENA Foundation, Reading Success by 4th Grade, the Funder Collaborative for Reading Success, and the Springfield City Library.
Founded in 1857, the Springfield City Library provides nearly 5000 educational and recreational programs per year.