K-5th Grade This program is scheduled for the first Sunday of every month. Reading to a dog…what a great way to improve children’s reading skills! Not just any dogs either, but registered therapy dogs from the Human Animal Bond group in Leavenworth. Animals are the ideal reading companions because they listen and do not judge or laugh or criticize. To participate, children should be able to read. The Human Animal Bond… Read more »
This storytime is focused on very young children and building literacy skills for them – listening to words, building vocabulary and book handling skills. We read stories, dance, bounce and wiggle. Join us!
Storytime for 2-3 year-old is so much fun! We read great books, learn finger plays, sing songs and dance. We also will work on these early literacy skills: vocabulary development, shape recognition, rhyming and word play. Come join us!
Join us for as we read good books, learn finger plays, sing songs and dance. We will also work on early literacy skills like sequencing a story, rhyming and verse, plot and character, shapes and organization of groups, and playing with words.
K – 5th Graders use LEGO’s supplied by the library to build cool “stuff”. Occasionally, the creations are displayed in the children’s display case.
Go Dog Go is on our calendar. Be sure to put it on yours. Saturday, September 13 at the Basehor City Park. Go Dog Go is a paw-some dog walk to benefit the Leavenworth County Humane Society, Inc. sponsored in part by the Basehor Community Library and Wagg’n Tails Day Spa. New this year - a 5K Run! Run, walk, be with your dog. It’s all fun and it’s all… Read more »