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Libraries build a foundation for children’s future success starting from the earliest stages of development. Librarians play a key role in helping children develop the basic tools for school readiness by teaching families the components of early literacyGCPL provides access and programs for students of all ages. For preschoolage children, we offer early literacy resources and storytimes to encourage school readiness.

There’s really something for everyone, and it’s all free with a library card. To sign up for a library card, visit your local branch or click the button below.




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EARLY LITERACY TOOLS

1000 Books B4 Kindergarten

Keep track of all the books your child reads or that someone reads to your child. Research shows that reading books and sharing stories with your child is one of the best ways to help them enter school with the language skills they need to be ready to learn & grow. Sign in or create a new account to get started.

IPAD APPS

Learn about Early Literacy iPads loaded with apps that enhance the learning experience.

PARENT TOOLKIT GROWTH CHARTS (GCPS)

Track and support your child’s academic and personal growth and development with these growth charts. Find the information most relevant to your family by selecting your child’s age below.

STORY KITS

These kits are designed to promote early literacy. The kits contain books and a variety of themed activities. Visit your local branch to check out a Story Kit! Information for Child Care Centers, Camps, and other Large Groups

SOCIAL STORIES

These videos provide an introduction to the Suwanee and Dacula branches. Social Stories are a learning tool that help children know what to expect in a new situation.


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