Once Upon a Word: A Word-Origin Dictionary for Kids

Once Upon a Word: A Word-Origin Dictionary for Kids

Where do words come from?―Teaching kids ages 9 to 12 vocabulary through word origins The English language is made up of words from different places, events, and periods of time. Each of those words has an exciting story to tell us about where, when, how, and why they came about. Once Upon a Word is packed with [...]

Illustrated Step-by-Step Baking Cookbook for Kids:

Illustrated Step-by-Step Baking Cookbook for Kids:

We created this book for children, but we recommend it for adults as well. It's for those who don't like to read boring bricks of text but prefer to get right down to business, learning skills as they go. You won't find a book easier to use than this one. Not only does it have [...]

Lisa Kids Club : Coral Reef

Lisa Kids Club : Coral Reef

Thanks for stopping bye today - It's Tuesday and time for Kids Club . What is kids Club - a fun place to share great lessons, crafts and virtual field trip to keep your kids learning this Summer. Lisa Coral Reef Field trip https://youtu.be/d2_UdohTe2U Coral Reef : Lessons The coral reef is one of the [...]

At the Library : STEAM Club

Thanks for joining me at The Library . Today I am sharing a Book that you will all enjoy and a fun and tasty STEAM experiment : Just in time for breakfast. Lisa https://www.amazon.com/Megan-Olivia-Hall/e/B0838NQYTD/ref=dp_byline_cont_pop_ebooks_1 Fun and edible at-home science experiments for kids ages 5 to 10 Science is always happening all around us! Not just [...]

Halloween 🎃 Friday

Welcome to my Freaky Friday where everything is Halloween. And today is a kids party at the Library. We are reading: Today's crafts at the party: Paper plate pumpkin Toilet paper bat rolls These two crafts are inexpensive and easy to make with the kids. Supplies White paper plates Paint : orange,black ,white Construction paper [...]

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 [...]

Let’s Explore Bread! (Food Field Trips)

Let’s Explore Bread! (Food Field Trips)

Naan, sourdough, rye, pita . . . bread takes different flavors and forms all around the world. Experiment with yeast to learn why it makes breads rise, see how to knead bread, and follow a simple recipe to make your own loaf. Net Galley Cookbook This is a short book that explains the working of [...]

Good News! It’s Christmas

Good News! It’s Christmas

Good News! It's Christmas! (Our Daily Bread for Kids Presents)  https://www.amazon.com/Glenys-Nellist/e/B00JRI98KE/ref=dp_byline_cont_book_1 Explore the Christmas narrative with your children! Whimsical illustrations pair with skillful rhyme as you follow Mary and Joseph on their adventure to becoming parents to God’s own son. From the donkey and animals in the stable, to the angels and Heavenly hosts, this [...]

At my Library this Tuesday

At my Library this Tuesday

October is also Breast Cancer Awareness month . And today I highlight this book: How do we explain Cancer to our kids or young ones in the family. This book is a great aid in explaining.this illness So check it out here or at the Library. Lisa https://www.amazon.com/Sue-Glader/e/B004ICC89C/ref=dp_byline_cont_ebooks_1 A vibrantly and poignantly illustrated book that [...]