Regina Public Library

By supporting children’s programming at Regina Public Library, you can make a difference in a child’s life. Programs like Mainly Mother Goose (MMG) - a parent-child interactive program, designed for babies from birth to 24 months - provide a solid foundation for the educational success of young children in our community. Through a variety of interactive activities, parents learn about the importance of interacting with their child at home in a way that promotes the development of their child’s cognitive and language skills.

Did you know that a Regina Children’s Initiative study (2014) found that children in our city scored in the lowest 10th percentile when measured on early development skills considered necessary for children entering kindergarten? Such a score is well below provincial and national averages, and children with such scores are at risk for satisfactory performance in school.

Early development of literacy skills can have a long-term positive impact on a child, and programs like RPL’s MMG can make a tremendous difference for our children. Your donation will help support the many services and programs offered at RPL to better serve our community and improve literacy skills in our children.

Faites un don