Family Learning at DC Public Library

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Family Learning at DC Public Library

Next date: Friday, Jan. 22, 2021, 4 p.m. (see all dates)

Tune in to DC Public Library's Youtube every school day at 4 p.m. for fun and educational after-school live events and videos! Programs and content will cover themes related to STEM/STEAM, history, culture and so much more. These programs are recommended for school-aged children and teens and their families. 

Mon. - Jan. 11 Create a maze - Learn how to create a maze on paper
Tues. - Jan. 12 Teen Tuesdays - Learn to make a digital collage
Wed. - Jan. 13  Reader's Theatre Bring stories to life by reading aloud from scripts.
Thurs. - Jan. 14 Space quiz - test your knowledge of space
Fri. - Jan. 15 Making Notes: Kindness - With inspiration from Jacqueline Woodson’s book, Each Kindness, learn how to create notes of kindness.
Mon. - Jan. 18 Draw and Tell Story II - Practice drawing and creating a picture at the same time.
Tues. - Jan. 19 Teen Tuesday - Learn how to write a great resume and apply to internships
Wed. - Jan. 20 Shape Arts: Tessellations - learn about tessellations and create one
Thurs. - Jan. 21 Paper Roll Snowman – Make a snowman or family from items around your home
Fri. - Jan. 22 Puzzle Time – Learn about tangrams and create one of your own
Mon. - Jan. 25 Miniature Snow Hats - create hats from yarn
Tues. - Jan. 26 Teen Tuesday - Learn how to brand yourself with images and videos. Also, learn to maintain your online image
Wed. - Jan. 27 Collecting Family Recipes and Stories – inspired by the book, Fry Bread by Kevin Noble Maillard
Thurs. - Jan. 28 Silly songs -  learn silly songs and sing them, too
Fri. - Jan. 29 DIY Sensory Toys - Early childhood Information

After you have watched the day's program or video, the Library has additional tools and resources to help you with your homework. Check out Homework Help for Kids and Homework Help for Teens to find databases, educational films, live tutoring, and more. 

Add to Calendar 22-01-2021 16:00:00 22-01-2021 17:00:00 Family Learning at DC Public Library Tune in to DC Public Library's Youtube every school day at 4 p.m. for fun and educational after-school live events and videos! Programs and content will cover themes related to STEM/STEAM, history, culture and so much more. These programs are recommended for school-aged children and teens and their families.  Mon. - Jan. 11 Create a maze - Learn how to create a maze on paper Tues. - Jan. 12 Teen Tuesdays - Learn to make a digital collage Wed. - Jan. 13  Reader's Theatre Bring stories to life by reading aloud from scripts. Thurs. - Jan. 14 Space quiz - test your knowledge of space Fri. - Jan. 15 Making Notes: Kindness - With inspiration from Jacqueline Woodson’s book, Each Kindness, learn how to create notes of kindness. Mon. - Jan. 18 Draw and Tell Story II - Practice drawing and creating a picture at the same time. Tues. - Jan. 19 Teen Tuesday - Learn how to write a great resume and apply to internships Wed. - Jan. 20 Shape Arts: Tessellations - learn about tessellations and create one Thurs. - Jan. 21 Paper Roll Snowman – Make a snowman or family from items around your home Fri. - Jan. 22 Puzzle Time – Learn about tangrams and create one of your own Mon. - Jan. 25 Miniature Snow Hats - create hats from yarn Tues. - Jan. 26 Teen Tuesday - Learn how to brand yourself with images and videos. Also, learn to maintain your online image Wed. - Jan. 27 Collecting Family Recipes and Stories – inspired by the book, Fry Bread by Kevin Noble Maillard Thurs. - Jan. 28 Silly songs -  learn silly songs and sing them, too Fri. - Jan. 29 DIY Sensory Toys - Early childhood Information After you have watched the day's program or video, the Library has additional tools and resources to help you with your homework. Check out Homework Help for Kids and Homework Help for Teens to find databases, educational films, live tutoring, and more.  false DD/MM/YYYY