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"I'm Thankful For" Nature Weaving Craft

Celebrate the beauty of the season and gratitude with this nature-centered activity.  As children work with the materials, they build fine motor skills and develop print concepts while making something lovely to share with family and friends.

Color Mixing Activities

Enjoy a colorful day with color mixing activities and making colored play dough.

Grade, Age Range or Specialized Learner: Multi-age, Preschool/Pre-K, 3-5 year old

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Monsters and Halloween Week 1

Start the week off singing, reading, and discussing There Was An Old Lady Who Swallowed a Fly. Follow-up with related materials that provide children with opportunities for sequencing, writing, and studying the -at word family.

Back to School with Dinosaurs Week 4

This week's letter is D for Dinosaurs and Digging! Now that children are settled into their school routines and comfortable with each other, it's time to turn their attention to all things dinosaur. The library has so many dinosaur games, ideas, and activities that it's hard to decide which ones to dig up first.

Getting Ready for Kindergarten: Print Concepts

Before learning to read, young children need to understand how books work and what they are for. These pre-reading skills are known as concepts of print. The best way to help your child to develop print concepts is to share all different kinds of books together.


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