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Children find ways to learn through play at library

3:17 PM, Mar. 29, 2013
Liz Friedenfels watches her son, Jameson Gerdes, at an Early Learning Station at the library.
Liz Friedenfels watches her son, Jameson Gerdes, at an Early Learning Station at the library.
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Toddlers are on the job every day, learning about their world through play.

At T.B. Scott Free Library, we encourage play by providing "Scott free" opportunities for play, both on-site and to take home.In-house play

Using recent donations given in memory of Patrice Smith, the library purchased a large flannelboard and magnifier stool for in-house play, along with a new easel for use with story time groups. Children can enjoy hands-on play with the flannelboard as they make up or retell stories using storybook characters, shapes and everyday objects made from felt or with Velcro attached. ...

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