Thursday, July 27th @ 6 pm • for ages 4 & up. Join Magic Jim and his sidekick puppet Mortimer as they use library books to create a magical, inspirational, and fun program! Jim incorporates magic, humor, puppetry and lots of audience participation to amaze, inspire and encourage young people to get excited about reading! Registration is required.
for ages 3–5 years with a caregiver, with instructor Tracey Somers. Tuesdays @ 2–3 pm • June 27th–July 25th. No class July 4th. In this multi-sensory class, children will listen to a nature-themed story that will inspire that day’s art work. They will use a variety of materials to create their own unique work of art. Process is stressed over outcome, which allows children to […]
Wednesdays @ 10:15–11 am Summer Session: June 28th – July 26th. For newborns to 36 months old. Children must be accompanied by an adult caregiver. Join in unstructured play, circle time, songs, stories and more! Limited to USR library cardholders.
In this book club, children will read a themed weekly book at home, then come in to discuss the book as well as participate in a fun challenge or activity. Possibilities include: participating in a community service project, cooking something delicious, or learning a new technology! The sky’s the limit when you’re BUILDING A BETTER WORLD! K–1st Grade • Mondays @ 5–5:45 pm June 26th–July […]
Miss Humblebee’s Academy educational program for children aged 3–6 years is designed to prepare preschoolers for kindergarten and beyond by introducing key concepts in all curricular content areas in a fun and interactive way. Parents can access hundreds of guided lessons and printable practice sheets as well as receiving assessment reports on their child’s skill levels and how they are progressing. Easy access from home […]
Kids Search is designed for students in grades K-8, this easy-to-use database allows students to search pictures, articles and encyclopedia entries to find information in their reading level. Primary Search includes the full text of popular elementary school magazines, children’s dictionary entries, and more. The reading level of all included full-text articles is indicated. Find these online resources at www.bccls.org.