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Student Library Visits

Student Library Visits
Jennine Friess

Taking young children to the library is crucial for their development and for a lifelong love of reading.

Libraries offer a rich environment filled with diverse books and resources that stimulate curiosity and the child's imagination, aligning perfectly with Montessori principles of self-directed learning and exploration. Regular visits help children develop early literacy skills, expand their vocabulary, and foster a sense of independence as they explore new stories and topics. In addition, libraries often provide educational programs and activities that support cognitive and social development, creating a community hub where children can learn and grow in a nurturing setting.

  • Primary