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Reading well to preschool children gets them excited about books and learning to read. Discover how songs, fingerplays, props and activities can enhance how you read to children ages 3½-5.
Saturday, January 28 at 10:00 a.m. Register. (Registration opens January 7, 2023)
As part of Fairfax County Public Library's commitment to the academic success of teachers and children in Fairfax County, the library offers a special library card called the Educator Library Card to all preschool through post-secondary public and private school teachers, as well as homeschool parents and guardians teaching in Fairfax County or the City of Fairfax.
With an Educator Library Card, educators can keep books for six weeks and borrow up to 30 items. Damaged or lost fees do apply and the card expires annually. Educators may renew if the account is free of fees and overdue materials.
How do you get an Educator Library Card? Bring to any branch proof of your address and educator status. Proof of educator status includes official school identification, homeschool certification or preschool verification.
If you have any questions, please send an email to LibEarlyLiteracy@fairfaxcounty.gov.
Lifelong education and learning is among the County's key strategic focus areas and Fairfax County Public Library offers online resources for continuing education and enjoyment. Most sites require a library card for use outside the library.
Fairfax County Public Library offers online resources for education and enjoyment. Most sites require a library card for use outside the library.