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Saturday 9-2
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Program

Exploring Art: What Yu Can Do With A Line
Tuesday
September 6th
from 3:30 to 5 PM


Explore Dutch abstract Artist Piet Mondrian and American artist Mark Rothko. Create a Mondrian or Rothko inspired work of art.

Registration begins Wednesday August 24th. Have questions or would like to register? Call or email Corrie or 603-898-7064.

For kids in grades 1-6.









Program

Play Group
Monday
September 12th
from 9:30 to 11 AM


For kids ages 3 months to 3 years.

No registration needed. Meet in the Beshara Room. Parents provide supervision, we supply the play.

For babies, jumbo play mat, soft blocks, sensory balls, Look at Me Mirror Center and Butterfly Climb and Slide. For Toddlers, balance beam, castle blocks, toy cars with a city rug, tree house doll house and jumbo blocks.









Program

Fairytale Science
Wednesday
September 21st
from 3:30 to 4:30 PM


For children in the first grade

First graders are welcome to join us for Fairytale Science! We will read a fun version of Goldilocks and The Three Bears and see if we can make chairs strong enough for each member of the bear family.

Children will plan their designs, build them, and test them out! Registration is required and space is limited. Sign-up starts Sept. 1st.

Registration is required and begins on September 1st.

Have questions or want to register? Email Laura or call her at 603-898-7064.








Program

After School Investigations
Thursday
September 22nd
from 3:30 to 4:30 PM


For grades 2 and 3

This program consists of a variety of science games and activities on topics such as magnetic fields, the human body, inside the earth, light and sound, and more!

Registration is required and begins on September 1st.

Have questions or want to register? Email Laura or call her at 603-898-7064.








Program

Lego Club
Tuesdays
September 13th and 27th;
October 11th and 25th
from 4 to 5 PM


For kids 6-11

Each meeting will present new Lego themed games and challenges!

Registration is required and begins on September 1st.

Have questions or want to register? Email Laura or call her at 603-898-7064.










Program

Lego Club Jr.
Tuesdays
September 13th and 27th;
October 11th and 25th
from 3:30-4 PM





For kids 3-5

New caregiver/child activities every meeting!

Registration is required and begins on September 1st.

Have questions or want to register? Email Laura or call her at 603-898-7064.








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See What's Happening This Summer








Week 4 Summer Reading Raffle
Program

If your child put a ticket in the raffle for a free ice cream cone from McDonald's - they get one! Come by the Children's Room any day between now and August 31st to pick up your coupon!





Salem School District Suggested Reading
Program








Program

New -- Creation Station

Starting Monday, May 9th you can come by any time and create art! The Creation Station will now be a permanent feature in the Children's Room!What is it?

Create Crates - Red "Create Crates" contain everything you need to make art. Each crate has different supplies, and supplies will be refilled and changed regularly.

They are always available and there are no specific directions - use the supplies to create anything you can imagine!

To make sure our books and space stays clean and in good shape, one specific table will always be dedicated to using the crates. It is a space to experiment with the supplies, make something new, and even get a little messy!

Why is this important? The creative process holds important lessons and assists in child development. Developmental Benefits of Art: Motor Skills, Language Development, Decision Making, Visual Learning, Inventiveness, Cultural Awareness & Improved Academic Performance.

Read The Importance of Art in Child Development here on PBS.org.









ABC Mouse




Museum













What is ABC Mouse?

  • Award winning educational website for kids age 2 to 8
  • Easy enough for even the youngest computer users
  • Step by Step learning path with games and fun
  • Includes 6 levels with over 450 lessons and 5000 individual learning activities
  • There are no ads or external links
  • To access ABCmouse.com for FREE, you must be at the library
  • You can use your own Laptop, just search "ABCmouse.com"
  • Use the children's room computer
  • However, it is not available on tablets or smart phones
  • This special FREE version cannot be accessed from home.