Looking for an easy craft to do this fall that is fun for all ages and helps reuse old materials? At the L.P. Fisher Public Library in Woodstock, N.B., we made decorative fall garlands! We had nine patrons from three different families gather on a windy/rainy Saturday morning.
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Due to lack of universal preschool opportunities in our area and expressed interest from patrons, our library designed a six-week program with lesson plans and thematic activities for children about to enter kindergarten. The program started over the summer, but sessions are now offered year-round.
Spring break is coming — meaning that many of you will soon find yourself with a crowd of young people (and their parents) at your library, eager for entertainment. Are you ready?
Even if you are running behind with your planning, there is still time to pull together an exciting spring break line-up. Check out this list for some of our favorite kid, teen and family programs. Do you have other plans? Share them in the comments.
A great book talk can make anyone want to read any book, but sometimes you need an alternative. If you haven’t read your new books yet, you only have a couple copies of a book to lend, or — like me — you’re just not very comfortable with giving book talks, here are a few programs you can do with your classes to build excitement about reading.