Going to the library is a great activity to do either on your own with a child or small group of children, or as a group visit with your early childhood service.
The most obvious thing you can do at the library is check out books, but most libraries these days also offer magazines, DVDs, CDs and sometimes even puzzles or games for loan.
Letters are everywhere at the library so make the most of opportunities for learning the alphabet or words for older children.
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