3.3  |  Early literacy games, web-based read-along programs, and/or electronic toys or tablets are available at the library and through the library website


Helping parents teach children to read is one of the most valuable services public libraries offer to their communities. Libraries that provide fun online literacy activities for young children supports parents by encouraging and facilitating positive literacy interactions. Libraries that meet this criteria provide access to early literacy games such as Jump Start Games, web-based read-along programs such as Tumble Books, or designated early literacy stations or devices in the library.


FOR THE ASSESSMENT
Answer Yes if you provide access to online early literacy games, web-based read-aloud programs, and/or electronic toys, tablets, or learning stations.
Answer No, but plan to in the next year if you do not have early literacy games, web-based read-aloud programs, and/or electronic toys or tablets but plan to in the next year.
Answer No, would like to but cannot at this time if you would like to but cannot provide early literacy games, web-based read-aloud programs, and/or electronic toys or tablets.
Answer No, we have no plans to do so at this time if you have determined there is no demand in your community for electronic early literacy resources or you have otherwise decided not to offer these types of early literacy resources.