Photo Scavenger Hunt: Week 3

This week’s winner is Kaj J! They finished all the tasks from last week’s photo scavenger hunt including inventing cat bowling, puzzle watching, and singing Baby Shark from the window. Congratulations Kaj! If you are in grades 5-12, you can join our new weekly photo scavenger hunt and win a prize! We will give awayContinue reading “Photo Scavenger Hunt: Week 3”

Activity Time: Tiny Adventures!

Your kiddos might not be able to head out on epic adventures right now, but The Lego Librarian has created a challenge that will allow them to take their Lego Minifigs, or any other small figures/dolls, on a daring crusade. It will also help them think about scale, perspective, and some photography basics! All youContinue reading “Activity Time: Tiny Adventures!”

Resource Round-up: 1000 Books Before Kindergarten – Now Online!

WHAT: This free program encourages families and children to read 1000 books before kindergarten begins. WHY: Research indicates that the more children hear books read to them, the more prepared they will be to learn to read when they reach kindergarten. One of the best ways to do this is to spend time sharing booksContinue reading “Resource Round-up: 1000 Books Before Kindergarten – Now Online!”

Activity Time: Cloud In A Jar

The rainy weather this last weekend had me thinking about how clouds work.  What do you think clouds are made of? Clouds are made up of tiny water droplets. These droplets bounce around in the cloud and often collide and merge with each other.  Once the droplets are too big, they fall from the cloud.  Continue reading “Activity Time: Cloud In A Jar”