Bring Your Little Learners to Sing and Play at the Library

Photo: MaryLee Sunseri
Talk, Sing and Play Together at the Library!


Award-winning children’s singer-songwriter Marylee Sunseri will lead a music concert for very young children and their grown-ups.
    
Specializing in children's music since 1985, MaryLee has won several national music awards including four Parents Choice Awards and two American Library Notable Children's Recordings.

A lifelong traveling troubadour, her performances are full of interactive, familiar songs and encourage everyone to get moving and sing along!



 
These Family Concerts will be at each SCCLD Library:
 
Campbell Library Community Room October 18 11:00am
Cupertino Library Community Hall October 16 10:15am
Gilroy Library Community Room October 19 1:30pm
Los Altos Library Community Room October 20 3:00pm
Milpitas Library Auditorium October 20 11:00am
Morgan Hill Library Community Room October 16 4:00pm
Saratoga Library Community Room October 19 11:15am

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Children learn from the very start when you talk, sing, read and play together.  One of the early skills children need to be able to learn to read is phonological awareness which is the ability to hear the smaller sounds in words.  Singing slows down language so children can hear these smaller sounds because there is a different note for each syllable!  This practice will help the later as they learn to sound out words. 

Join us for fun music activities that build important early literacy skills for the littlest of learners.
 
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