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Category Archives: School Age Programs

Bookmaking with Children

October 27, 2011

Writing and reading go hand in hand. Bookmaking activities for children are a natural fit for library programs. Here are some ideas from around the web worth exploring: Books made from paint chips at Crow Rooster Crow. Scratch and Sniff Books with Jello on My Oatmeal Kisses. Touch, sight and smell all in one project. […]

Where in the World? Geography Games

May 28, 2011

As children attend library programs about other countries and cultures this summer, here are some online games to help learn the location of places around the world. Globetrotter XL: You are given a city to locate on a world map; your score is based on how close you click to the actual location of the […]

Tech Club Inspirations

May 10, 2011

Last Tuesday, Kathy Kaldenberg let me sit in on the Solon Middle School’s Tech Club. I’m working on developing something like this for my public library in the fall and wanted a chance to see hers in action before school gets out for the summer.Wow! What a great group of kids and Kathy is just […]