Don’t miss out on a selection of fun and educational workshops for youngsters at two of Liverpool’s libraries during October half term.
The Explore Learning workshops aim to teach children literacy, creative writing and maths skills in an exciting and informative way.
Taking place at Allerton and Childwall libraries, youngsters can enjoy the following sessions:
Creepy House – aimed at eight to 11 year olds they can learn all about spooky similes and awesome alliteration in order to create some terrifying tales!
Number Bonds – this workshop is aimed at five to seven year olds and teaches them about number bonds to ten and 20. This is aimed at all abilities.
Telling the Time – this session is for six to eight year olds aims to introduce how time is measured in everything from months and minutes, and will also cover the key concepts of time measurement as covered in the national curriculum.
Councillor Lana Orr, Cabinet Member for Skills and Employment, said: “These workshops are not only a great way to keep youngsters entertained during half term holidays, but they also improve maths and literacy skills and encourage children to use their imagination.
“There’s also the great social side to being part of a creative group and I hope lots of families take the opportunity to make the most of these free sessions.”
Workshops are free but spaces are limited so it’s recommended you book by calling 0151 363 0195. Here are the dates of the workshops: