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Sing-Along Sessions at London Libraries

25 June 2023

Many London libraries host regular sing-along sessions for young children and their parents or carers. These fun and interactive sessions are an excellent way for children to explore their love of music and learn some new songs. Here are 5 great sing-along sessions happening at London libraries - make sure to check online as some require booking:

Walthamstow Library

If you live in North East London, Walthamstow Library is a great place to take your child for regular sing-along sessions. The library offers sing-along sessions for children ages 5 and under every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. During the session, your child will enjoy stories, rhyme time, and sing-alongs to popular and favourite songs. The sessions are free but require booking and several other libraries in Waltham Forest run similar sessions.

Pimlico Library

Pimlico Library's Wiggle and Jiggle sessions are a great place to take your child for regular sing-along sessions. It’s fun, lively and interactive, and the songs and rhymes are appropriate for children aged 18 months to 5 years old. The sessions take place during term times, it’s free, and there’s no need to book in advance. The library is a safe and welcoming environment for children and adults, so you can relax and enjoy the sessions knowing that your child is in good hands.

Hornchurch Library

Wiggle and Giggle at Hornchurch Library is a weekly session for children aged 2 to 4, where nursery rhymes are used to help with learning speech and vocabulary. Little ones will have fun doing the actions to the songs, improving their hand-eye coordination and sense of rhythm. The sessions are every Friday morning during term time and it’s free to attend. 

Marcus Garvey Library

The Marcus Garvey Library in London is a great place to take your child for regular sing-along sessions. The library hosts story time and sing-along for toddlers every Monday and Wednesday, a free event that includes storytelling, nursery rhymes, and songs. This is a great opportunity for parents and caregivers to introduce their children to the joys of reading, singing, and interacting with other children. In addition, the library offers a wide variety of books that are sure to appeal to any child's interests.

Shoe Lane Library

Every week, Shoe Lane Library in the City of London hosts sing-along sessions for children up to the age of 5. The sessions include songs, rhymes, and stories and are a great way to introduce your little one to the world of music. Plus, there are various musical instruments on hand for children to try out. And to make the experience even more interactive and fun, multi-sensory props are available during the sessions.

So there you have it - five great sing-along sessions happening at London libraries. Whether you're looking for a fun and educational activity for your child, or just a great way to bond with your little one, these sessions are sure to please.

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