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New Learning Kits at Williamson Co. Libraries

The kits are available for checkout to adult library cardholders and can be borrowed for up to 4 weeks at a time.

The Williamson County Public Library System has launched new learning kits designed to support patrons with their efforts to educate their children.

The learning kits are carefully curated to accommodate a wide range of ages and learning styles. Each kit contains various materials, including books, worksheets, manipulatives, educational games, posters, and activities. The kits are available for checkout to adult library cardholders and can be borrowed for up to 4 weeks at a time.

According to Jessica Jeffers, Library Director, the kits were developed in response to the growing number of families in our community who are homeschooling their children. “Our goal is to provide families with resources they can use to enhance their children’s education, whether homeschool, public, or private. We want to support parents’ efforts to engage children in learning.”

“We look forward to seeing the impact these kits have on our community, and we are so grateful to the Dollar General Literacy Foundation for its funding support,” said Amanda Jones, Assistant Library Director.

The Williamson County Public Library System’s Main Library is located in downtown Franklin at 1314 Columbia Avenue For more information about library learning kits, call 615-595-1243 or visit wcpltn.org

 

 

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Michael Aldrich is Nashville Parent's Managing Editor and a Middle Tennessee arts writer. He and his wife, Alison, are the proud parents of 4-year-old Ezra and baby Norah.