In a friendly and relaxed environment you and your baby can learn rhymes, action songs and finger plays together. It’s noisy, fun and a wonderful chance to learn some new songs for bedtime, bath time or when you’re stuck in the car. Baby Rhyme Time helps:
- establish and foster your baby’s first experience listening to stories, songs and rhymes.
- develop and nurture a child’s interest in literature and libraries.
- provide direction and ideas for parents about how to enjoy books with their baby.
- encourage interaction and strengthen the bond between parent and child.
- provide an environment that fosters socialisation for both parent and baby.
- stimulate early brain development, develop gross motor skills and increase baby’s vocabulary.
- improve learning by using repetition as a strategy.
Friday at 9.30am, during school term only.
Tuesday at 9.30am, during school term only.
Baby rhyme time for babies aged 0-1 year old is 9.45am Mondays and Fridays, during school term time only in the library meeting rooms.
Kingsthorpe State School
Wednesdays at 2.30pm during school term only*.
* A First 5 Forever initiative, funded by the Queensland State Government.