Nature Play Workshop for Families: A Guide to 40+ Outdoor Learning Experiences in All Seasons

Nature Play Workshop for Families: A Guide to 40+ Outdoor Learning Experiences in All Seasons

With this fun and practical guide to outdoor play, be inspired to unplug and spark a nature connection vital for children's healthy growth and development. Children and families are plugged into electronics and often disconnected from direct experiences in nature. This beautifully photographed, highly visual resource offers tangible approaches to nature-based learning and play for [...]

Cast Iron Camping Cookbook: Easy Skillet Recipes for Outdoor Cooking

Cast Iron Camping Cookbook: Easy Skillet Recipes for Outdoor Cooking

Starry nights, sizzling skillets—the cast iron cookbook for camping is here There’s nothing better after a day of hiking and exploring than a hot meal at your campsite. The 75 fast, easy, and creative recipes in this cast iron cookbook will make your camp kitchen the place to be. With one-skillet meals designed for fast [...]

At the Library * Amelia Earhart

At the Library  * Amelia Earhart

Thanks for joining me at the Library today ! Did you know that it is Amelia Earhart Birthday tomorrow ? https://www.ameliaearhart.com/ On the morning of July 2, 1937, Amelia Earhart and her navigator, Fred Noonan, took off from Lae, New Guinea, on one of the last legs in their historic attempt to circumnavigate the globe. Their next [...]

Library Summer Reading Challenge

Library Summer Reading Challenge

This Thursday : It's Little Red Riding Hood Little Red Riding Hood" is a European fairy tale about a young girl and a Big Bad Wolf. Its origins can be traced back to the 10th century to several European folk tales, including one from Italy called The False Grandmother. The best known version was written [...]

Summer Reading Challenge

Summer Reading Challenge

This weeks story is Three Little Pigs > So Welcome to the Library : The Three Little Pigs" was included in The Nursery Rhymes of England (London and New York, c.1886), by James Halliwell-Phillipps.[2] The story in its arguably best-known form appeared in English Fairy Tales by Joseph Jacobs, first published on June 19, 1890, and crediting Halliwell as his source The story begins [...]

Summer Reading Challenge

Summer Reading Challenge

Welcome to 2020 Reading challenge at the Library the theme : Imagine Your Story This year the library will run our reading program a little different. I will be making packets for the kids to take home and turn in with prizes awarded. Also I will have book selection and crafts weekly posted on the [...]

Thursday’s Book Reviews

Thursday’s Book Reviews

Since I am getting ready to reopen the Library again in the coming week . I thought I would share some great kids activities books : https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0881ZCLDS/ref=pe_1098610_137716200_cm_rv_eml_rv0_dp A fun, activity-based, animal-tastic approach to learning print penmanship Did you know that handwriting activates a different part of your brain than typing? Handwriting is an essential skill [...]

Grammar Day

Grammar Day

This week has been all about the written word : What is the purpose of grammar? Knowing grammar can improve our ability to think analytically and communicate confidently and effectively. It can also help us understand the language that shapes our world and our personal identities. Grammar matters Popular Missed Used Words : Accept vs. Except.Affect vs. Effect.Lie vs. [...]

Leap Year Crafts * Frogs

Leap Year Crafts * Frogs

Tomorrow is the 29th of February ending and exciting month. Today on My Crafts Table : Cute Leap Day Crafts . Paper plate Frog : Take a basic white paper plate and fold in half. Paint green or use makers for the frog. Cut out eyes and tongue . My small fold over green Frog [...]