The baby wears himself out playing, looking at books, and eating, and he finally goes to sleep.
Ozobots are robots that you control through art – just draw a line and this little robot will follow them by using build in light sensors. Combine colors in different orders, you can send a code to an Ozobot to spin around, speed up, or dash to one side or another. You can also interact with to Ozobot via a free Ozobot app that you can download to any Apple or Android tablet, that turns the surface of your tablet into a drawing pad that you can use to complete any number of missions.
This week's lovely featured riddle:
What did the volcano say to its sweetheart?
Scroll down for the answer!
I lava you!
Everyone's favorite sing-along board book is just as much fun to sing at home as it is to sing at storytime. Get ready to roar!!
A cow says moo, a sheep says baa, three singing pigs say la la la!
We worked on our animal sounds at Mother Goose Magic with this funny book!
Everyone likes different colors, but as we discover at the end, everyone loves rainbow ice cream! Unfortunately, this simple book about colors is out of print, but we'll be sure to share it at storytime every once in a while!
Maggie the pup"s favorite treat isn't a dog biscuit or bone. It's a pillow! Maggie and her little girl engage in a wiggling, giggling pillow fight.
Sew a zippered bag to store your pencils and more.
Grades 4 and up
We'll make a quick snack (veggie sushi) and talk about the favorite books we are reading.
Grades 2 and up
Create cool pixelated art with the library's Perler Beads.
Grade 1 and up