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The Ultimate Guide to your local Library Activities Perth for families with kids of all ages. The Buggybuddys guide includes photos, videos and reviews by local families. Our local libraries and State Library has so much on offer for little kids and big ones, from rhyme time to craft clubs. Best of all, they’re free!
Baby Rhyme Time sessions are a fantastic way to socialise with local families and introduce your baby to the magic of books. Sing songs and practise action rhymes, and share great books. Learn some new rhymes for bedtime, in the bath or for riding in the car. Rhymes and songs are great for growing baby brains!
Take your toddlers and preschoolers to Storytime at you local library or State Library. This is a fun way to introduce new books, as well as stimulate your child’s imagination and a great way for them to make new friends.
Join in a kids LEGO Club session. Meet up with your friends and enjoy some educational play. Lego Clubs encourages social interaction and collaborative play by providing a safe space for children of all ages to develop their skills in areas such as attention, body language, listening and conversation.
Many libraries now run Coding Clubs of kids. These provide fun, free and social open learning classes where young people can meet others, develop 21st century skills and build creative projects of their own choice using digital technology.
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