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Is your child entering kindergarten in Fall 2019?

If so, join a Kindergarten Bootcamp from Phoenix Public Library! This interactive series meets once a week for 7 weeks and gives families a taste of kindergarten. Parents and children learn together the social, academic, and classroom skills needed for school success. Receive free tools and activities each week leading up to Bootcamp graduation. Registration is required and by registering you agree to attend all 7 weeks.

Is your child eligible for Bootcamp?

  1. Your child must be entering kindergarten in Fall 2019.
  2. You and your child must attend together.
  3. If this is not your first time attending, you must receive special permission to repeat the series. Email

Not eligible for Kindergarten Bootcamp?

Tools for School is our interactive weekly drop-in program for 3 to 5-year-olds and their favorite adults. You and your child will work on school readiness skills such as persistence, flexibility, and problem-solving while enjoying stories and activities.  

Learn more or find a Tools for School near you. 

Community Partners:

Would you like to host a Kindergarten Bootcamp series at your location? Please contact for details.

In the Library

These Kindergarten Bootcamps will be held at Phoenix Public Library locations. 

​Yucca Library

5648 N. 15th Ave., 85015

Tuesdays and Fridays from 2 to 3 p.m.

July 9, 12, 16, 19, 23, 26, and 30

Register for this series.

​In the Community

At this time, no Kindergarten Bootcamps are scheduled to be held at community locations around the Valley. Please check again soon.
​Support for some early literacy programs is provided by a grant from First Things First, which partners with families and communities to give all Arizona children the opportunity to arrive at kindergarten healthy and ready to succeed. Learn more at
Some Kindergarten Bootcamps supported by a grant from First Things First North Regional Partnership Council.

Some Kindergarten Bootcamps supported by a grant from the Phoenix Library Foundation.

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