Reading to babies introduces them to letters, colours, numbers, and shapes. Babies love looking at the pictures and enjoy listening to the rhythm of the storyteller's voice. Studies show that babies who are read to develop bigger vocabularies and superior cognitive skills. Reading together strengthens the bond between baby and reader.
Parents and carers can enjoy knee bouncing, finger rhymes and nursery rhymes with babies along to nursery rhymes including Incy Wincy Spider, If You’re Happy and You Know It, I’m a Little Teapot , Two Little Dicky Birds and many more.
A changing area is available.
Where and when
- Chatham - Tuesday and Wednesday, 10.30am to 11am
- Gillingham - Wednesday and Friday, 10.45am to 11.15am
- Hempstead - Tuesday, 2.15pm to 2.45pm
- Hoo - Friday, 10.30am to 11am
- Lordswood - Monday, 10am to 10.30am
- Luton - Thursday, 10.30am to 11am
- Rainham - Thursday, 11am to 11.30am
- Rochester - Monday and Friday, 10.30am to 11am
- Strood - Tuesday and Thursday, 10.30am to 11am
- Twydall - Friday, 10.30am to 11am
- Walderslade Hook Meadow - Monday, 10.30am to 11am
- Walderslade Village - Tuesday, 10.15am to 10.45am
- Wigmore - Friday, 11am to 11.30am