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Resources

Community Visitors

A variety of visitors such as Dental Hygienists, Dietitians, Speech & Language Therapists, and Behaviour Specialists attend Family Place programs to talk with parents about any concerns they may have about their family.

Some require appointments, but most can be approached in the playroom for an informal chat and to answer any questions you may have.

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Song Lyrics

Ever wondered what the exact words were to your favourite Family Place song? Well, hopefully you’ll be able to find them here…

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Richmond Kids

Richmond Kids is the Online Home of the Richmond Early Years Centre.

The Richmond Early Years Centre is a resource for families and caregivers in Richmond. It is designed to make it easier for families to access the information, services and supports they need to support their children’s development.

The Early Years Centre is hosted by Richmond Public Library and Richmond Family Place Society. It is a partnership of many agencies that have come together to make Richmond a community that better supports families and young children.
The Richmond Early Years Centre is located at the Richmond Public Library (Main Branch). The Early Years Centre connects parents, caregivers and staff in Richmond to programs, events, and resources for families with young children from birth to school age. Families with young children can also find a variety of programs and services at the Richmond Public Library Early Years Centre, offered in partnership with community organizations.

The website includes an event calendar with programs and events happening in the community and a blog for early years tips, information and activities.

Play & Learn at Home

View more ideas of things you can do at home.

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Painted Rock Tic-Tac-Toe makes a fun game for your garden
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Sock bubbles...it took 3 mins to make & is soooo cool. The kids are gonna love it! Our favorite pinterest find yet!
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Washable spray paint for kids- what a fun way for kids to make art outside this Summer! Only takes seconds to make, too!
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Hang an outside fort Forts can be fun outside, too. Just grab a shower curtain and hook the rings onto a hula-hoop. Suspend it from a tree and there you have it: a clean, cool place to read, play with action figures or use as home base.
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