Early Education (Ages 0–5)

Our mission is to provide children and caregivers of all backgrounds with access to high quality Early Education programs and resources so that they have the opportunity to learn about new ideas, skills, and possibilities, as well as a safe space to explore, play, connect, and grow.


150 E San Fernando St.
San José, CA 95112


Araceli Delgado-Ortiz


150 E San Fernando St.
San José, CA 95112

The San José Public Library is hosting a year-long series of community play dates for children ages 0-5.

Join us for artsy fun as we learn about different artists and art styles that have made a major impact on creative thinking in our world.

Take Home Materials & eResources

Parents & Caregivers

Resources for Parents & Caregivers

Help prepare your children for school, support their unique learning abilities, keep them safe online, and boost their academic achievement.

Family, Friend, and Neighbor (FFN) Caregivers

Learn about Friends, Family, and Neighbor Caregivers in our community - who they are and why they are trusted.

Ages & Stages

The first 5 years are especially crucial for a child's physical, intellectual, and social-emotional development.

Early Learning Spaces

Early Learning Spaces

Structures in the Wee Explore PlaySpace.

Wee Explore PlaySpace at King Library

A destination in the King Library Children’s Room for children to learn through open-ended play and exploration.
Photos of the 3 brightly-colored play features, including a garage, lowrider, and bakery.

Wee PlaySpace at Alum Rock Branch

Inspired by its surrounding neighborhood, the Wee PlaySpace at Alum Rock is a vibrant, city-themed space for families with young children.
Storytime program at a Bridge library.

San José Bridge Libraries

Multiple Family Resource Center locations offer a Bridge Collection with English, Spanish, and Vietnamese books for young children.
Girl at Wee Play corner store holding phone to her ear.

Wee Play

Wee Play San José Stations provide access to learning-based toys and comfortable environments for children and caregivers to interact.

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