Alamance County Public Libraries is proud to offer a wide variety of programming for all ages.
Zoom Virtual Storytime
10:30 a.m. on the 2nd Tuesday of the month. Registration is Required. For children ages 2 – 5 and their caregivers. We will share great stories, songs, and early literacy activities you can do at home.
1000 Books Before Kindergarten
How Do I…
Every Child Ready to Read (ECRR) is an initiative created by the Public Library Association and the Association for Library Service to Children to encourage parents, as their child(ren)’s first teacher, to participate in enrichment activities that create the building blocks for reading.
See and request the newest additions to the libraries’ children’s book collection today!
Physical bundles of three picture books and a storytime guide sheet (with songs, rhymes, fingerplays, and a craft idea!) for you to check out and take home to share with your family.
See the challenges, games, and prizes are available during our Summer and Winter Reading Challenges on READSquared!
Librarian planned, themed storytimes with three ebooks, two songs, and two action rhymes or finger-plays to do with the child or children in your life. Recommended for Pre-K through 3rd graders.
Helping Kids Read & Succeed! “The more that you read, the more things you will know. The more you learn, the more places you’ll go.
A collection of resources for members of LEGO® Buddies and anyone interested in encouraging architecture, creativity, and engineering skills in young children through building!
Battle of the Books
The North Carolina School Library Media Association (NCSLMA) manages the statewide BOTB program. Check with your school about a team.
What is ACPL Connect? ACPL Connect is the result of Alamance County Public Libraries working together with Alamance County schools to provide students with easily accessible information and educational resources. …
Our ongoing program is designed to help children improve their reading skills by reading aloud to a registered therapy dog. Children read for 15 minutes in a relaxed, one-on-one session with a lovable dog.
Libraries and schools across the country are having great success with this one-on-one program. Children have a unique opportunity to read to a dog, helping them gain confidence reading aloud. Paws for Reading is open to children ages 6 – 12. Space is available.
Contact your local library for dates and times!
Crash Course Kids – bi-weekly show all about gradeschool science featuring Earth, Habitats, Space, Chemical Reactions, Engineering, and much much more with host Sabrina Cruz
Code.org – computer science and coding fundamentals course and videos geared towards grades K-5.
Fact Monster – find articles are people, the world, sports, science, the U.S., fun facts and more!
NC Wise Owl – Elementary school resource available through your school. Please check with your teacher or school for access information.
Great Websites for Kids – a website for kids organized by the Association for Library Service to Children’s Board of Directors but retired in 2016. Sites include things about animals, history, art, math, and much more.
Energy Kids – a U.S. Energy Information Administration resource where kids can discover what energy is, where it is from, how to use it, and save it.
PBS Kids – educational games, videos and resources for you and your child.
1000 Black Girl Books Resource Guide – a reading guide for books that have black girls as the main characters.
Thinking Money for Kids – four interactive games designed for children ages 7 to 11 to teach children basic financial skills related to earning, saving and spending money.
Young Musicians of Alamance County – offers instrumental and general music education to elementary, middle, and high school students. We offer string lessons (violin, viola, cello), bucket drumming, song, and movement activities for all levels of players.
Salvation Army Boys & Girls Club of Alamance County – dedicated to inspire youth to meet their full potential through our Afterschool Program and Summer Camp.