This month’s readers theater, we brought you some more fairy tales! We had 6 wonderful readers bringing us 4 different fairy tales. What a treat! If you missed it, as always we recorded it for your viewing pleasure. Enjoy!
This week’s storytime is all about: shoes! Grab your favorite pair and prepare for some fun with Miss Ann!
What are Sedimentary Rocks? Sedimentary rocks are made up of tiny bits worn off of other rocks by wind, water and ice. Those tiny bits, like the sand and pebbles in this kit, are called sediment. Over time, they pile up and turn back into solid rock. This experiment can be found in the bookContinue reading “Grab And Go Science: Let’s Rock!”
This one is a little late, but is still on time if you grabbed one of our adult craft kits. Have fun making this fresh Valentines!
For this Storytime, we will be talking about Opposites–up and down, left and right, sweet and sour! So, let’s have some fun with opposites!
In this month’s kit: pop-up hearts and fortune cookie Valentines! For at home supplies, you will need scissors and a glue stick. If you don’t have a glue stick, let us know and we’ll include one in your kit. We love to see what you make – send pictures of your creations to email@example.com orContinue reading “Crafternoon Kids: Valentines”
Turn paper, a plastic plate, and some fake snow into a waterless snowglobe. We’d love to see what you create – please share pictures of your snowglobes with us! You can email them to us at firstname.lastname@example.org or post them and tag us on Facebook of Instagram.
For storytime this chilly week, we will be talking all about mittens! So, bundle up and let’s have some fun with mittens!
Despite all of the changes that 2020 has wrought about, the New Lebanon Library is dedicated to bringing you excellent service via materials to read, educational opportunities and meaningful connections throughout the community. With the start of 2021, we wanted to share some of our news with you. To keep information readily available for ourContinue reading “Looking Ahead for the New Lebanon Library”