Virtual Kindergarten Readiness Programs

A child's hand is holding a crayon drawing a picture. Next to the child is a small mason jar filled with crayons of different colors.

From learning their ABCs and counting 123s, to learning how to share ideas and take turns, San Jose Public Library’s is proud to offer a selection of early education programming to support your child's growth and development as they prepare for kindergarten.

We have 3 unique virtual programs each week to help children build on their skills as they prepare for new academic adventures in and out of the home. Our virtual programs will give children an outlet to practice drawing, writing, sharing, problem-solving and most of all, having fun with a group of their peers in a safe and welcoming environment.

Register though our events page and join us every Tuesday to Thursday at 10:30 AM on Zoom.

 

Tuesdays: Math in Play

Join us every Tuesday morning on Zoom with your preschooler as they explore and find new ways to play with math, numbers, shapes and sizes in their homes. This fun and interactive program will get kids up and moving, problem-solving and getting ready for kindergarten as they work together to solve riddles, play games and learn more about their world.

Wednesdays: Simple Science

Join us every Wednesday for an interactive science group as we explore and learn about all the different aspects of nature that make up our world. This fun and interactive program will get kids up and moving, problem-solving and getting ready for kindergarten as they work together to solve riddles, play games and learn more about their world.

Thursdays: Artsy ABCs

Join us every Thursday morning on Zoom with your preschooler for an art-filled opportunity to exercise their kindergarten readiness skills. This fun and interactive program will introduce children to the alphabet and stretch their finger muscles as they learn to create pictures, interact, and socialize with their peers.

 

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