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Learning On-The-Go

  Learning On-the-Go is a series of videos on the Library’s YouTube channel that highlight some of the classes offered in Library branches. They may include songs from a children’s storytime or craft instructions from a recent class for adults. Access Learning On-the-Go videos to experience learning at the Library wherever you are!  

Baby Sign Language

Baby Sign Language gives babies and toddlers the ability to communicate their needs before they learn to speak. Studies show that when babies learn to sign, not only are their frustrations reduced, but they also experience developmental benefits. Many babies who sign learn to speak earlier than those who don’t.

Science for Kids

Use simple household ingredients to help your little learners experiment with science.

Crafting with Kids

Kids can create easy crafts using simple materials (many that would generally be thrown away) and lots of imagination!

Toddler Tunes

Singing breaks down words into distinct sounds and syllables, which helps kids develop the skills they need for early literacy. Learn fun, easy songs and actions to perform with your child at home.


Missouri Bicentennial Quilt Project

If you love Missouri and you love to sew, you won't want to miss the library's Missouri Bicentennial Quilt Project.

Pick up a different Missouri-themed quilt block pattern each month starting in February, 2020 at any library branch location. (Each month’s pattern is also available here in the month after it debuts.) Connect with other participants through Crafter’s Workdays at the library and the “Missouri Bicentennial Quilt Project” Facebook group.

Show your love for the Show-Me state with a unique quilt project!

Learning On-the-Go: Quilt Project

Quilt Project info (pdf)