Lincolnshire Libraries

Storytime and rhyme time

Rhyme time

Rhyme Time
Come and join in with Rhyme Time at your local library. Sing the old favourites, learn some new rhymes, throw in some percussion instruments and share the fun. Find out more at your local library.

What is Rhyme Time?
Rhyme Time is an interactive session for infants. Together, you'll sing nursery rhymes and songs to foster early language and listening skills - and have fun while doing it!

Who is this for?
This session is for children as young as a few months old up until 4 years old. We also offer a special sensory rhyme time session for pre-walkers at Lincoln library so everyone can get involved. Parents/guardians must attend.

Where is this available?
Rhyme Time sessions happen at all Lincolnshire libraries apart from Bourne Library. Get in touch with your local library to find out more.

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What is storytime?
Storytime is a group session where our friendly staff read popular books suitableĀ for younger children, introducing children to a whole range of different authors.

Who is this for?
These sessions are suitable for children under five, and those as young as a few months are welcome to join the fun. Parents/guardians must attend.

Where is this available?
Our Storytime session runs at Grantham Library, Horncastle Library, Long Sutton Library, Market Rasen Library, Skegness Library, Sleaford Library, Spalding Library Stamford Library and Woodhall Spa Library.
Get in touch to find out more.

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How to get involved

Check the timetable for your local library to see which activities are available across Lincolnshire.
Most of our library activities are free to attend, so there's no need to pay.
Turn up to your chosen activity on the day to join in. Please note: some activities do require booking.
Want to get the most out of your local library? Sign up for a Lincolnshire Library membership.

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Activity FAQs

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Why is Rhyme Time good for babies?
Nursery rhymes are great for language development, they have a lot of rhythm which catch baby's attention, and repetition, which is good for speech development. It is also a nice way of introducing babies and toddlers to their local library!
Do you have to book Rhyme time sessions?
You can just drop in at a rhyme time session but do check with your local library in case you need to book.
Can non-members come to Storytime and Rhyme Time?
Yes they can.