Activities for children and young people

We run lots of fun activities for children and young people in our libraries and online.

Browse all activities for babies and toddlers

Browse all activities for young people

Bounce and rhyme

Bounce and rhyme sessions for babies and toddlers are back in nearly every Norfolk library. You can drop in for most groups but it’s better to book a spot at busier libraries. We will always try to take drop ins if there is space on the day.

See all bounce and rhyme sessions

Bounce and rhyme online

Join us on the Norfolk Libraries Families Facebook page every month for an online bounce and rhyme session. All our previous sessions are there for families to enjoy too.

Story Explorers

Story Explorers is our reading club for children aged 0-5. Follow your child’s reading journey on a poster and collect stickers along the way. You’ll also get emails with tips, book recommendations and information about activities at the library. You can sign up when you join the library, or ask about Story Explorers at your local library.

Lego Clubs

Our Lego Club sessions get your children enjoying creative problem solving and just having fun with other children. Suitable for children 5+.

Young Reading Friends

Young Reading Friends is a fun and relaxed online reading group for young people aged 11-16. Each month we share our ideas and opinions on a particular book and talk about others.

Homework Help

If your child is struggling with homework and needs a safe, quiet and calm space to concentrate, our homework club sessions can help. We offer guidance and support with all subjects, aimed at children in years 6 and 7.

Storywriter groups

Our online storywriter groups are for children aged 8-12. They run for five weeks over every half-term, on Thursday afternoons between 4.30-5.30pm. The sessions are themed and supported by experienced staff who will help your child explore their creative writing. If you would like to book a place for your child email with their name and we'll send you a Zoom invite.

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