Are you feeling lots of feelings lately? We have a song for that! We’d love to hear any additional verses your family creates to this classic song. Curious about why we sing at the library? You can learn more about why “singing” is one of the 5 core practices of early literacy at: https://www.clel.org/fiveearlyliteracypractices [Read More]
Best Of The Decade Tucker And Dale Vs. Evil (2010) Tucker and Dale vs. Evil (2010) went through quite an ordeal just to find a way to be seen. Had it not been for film critic Leonard Maltin’s zealous championing of the film, 1 would’ve never come across this highly original and hysterically brilliant horror/comedy. … [Read More]
#KeepitCurious today with sound maps! We love this simple sensory way to engage with your environment that only requires three things: something to write with, something to write on, and a spot (preferably outside) to sit and listen.
Cat, Cow, Dog, and Rain!!! We’re #stayingcalm by doing Kids Yoga with Mikah!
The 2010 Census missed close to 2 million children ages 0-5. Make sure children and families in your community count in the 2020 Census. This FREE book teaches children to count while giving parents simple and clear information about the census. “We Count Kids” is now available in 15 languages. Read it right in your web browser or download it for … [Read More]
It’s Babytime Friday! This week we’re sharing one of our favorite Babytime lap bounces! Did you know lap bounces are great for baby’s sense of rhythm, vestibular system, and language development?
It’s #singalong Thursday! We love this song and the dancing movements that go with it! Curious about why we sing at the library? You can learn more about why “singing” is one of the 5 core practices of early literacy at: https://www.clel.org/fiveearlyliteracypractices [Read More]
Looking for a way to keep Wednesday curious? Check-out this simple activity that combines science and play. All you need is a bowl of water and your curious self.