Which of the Penderwicks is the most like you? Are you more similar to responsible Rosalind, brash Skye, dreamy Jane or animal lover Batty?
The Kids’ Outdoor Adventure Book is a fun, practical guide, bursting with ideas and inspiration for everyday adventures. Outdoor experiences can help to make kids smarter, healthier and happier. But what is there to do outdoors? Everything!
Here are a few of my favorite (free) mini adventures:
Monday night at the Powell Branch, we hosted a Beginner Robotics program with COSI where kids ages 6-10 were able to build and program a functional robot using LEGOs. Before they began building, the COSI team members discussed robots and performed a live demo where kids learned some basics of programming. Then the kids were given kits with all of the pieces they needed to build a drumming monkey robot.
Have you ever wondered what it would be like to meet a mermaid? Here at the Ostrander Branch Library we wonder no more. Last night during our April Family night, Katey Mermaid came by for a visit. Katey read s
This past month at the Powell Branch Library we made some more awesome, epic stop motion videos! Kids ages 6-8 came up with stories for their videos and worked together using the techniques of stop motion animation to take a series of pictures using their LEGO pieces.
These pictures all came together to create some pretty amazing videos!
Check out their hard work in the video below.
Don’t put the eggs away as soon as Easter is over! Plastic eggs provide all kinds of opportunities for early learning activities for your toddlers and preschoolers.
Fine Motor Skills
The Delaware Main Library recently launched a trial of a new computer product in the children's section. Designed by experts in early childhood education, ABCmouse.com curriculum encompasses reading, math, science, social studies, art, and music for children ages 2 - 7.
This past Monday