Read This is back this week with a recommendation for Infinity Son by Adam Silvera. I may have had a difficult time keeping rival factions straight…can you tell? Let us know your thoughts on the book through email or our social media pages. Enjoy!
Infinity Son is available for download from the our Digital Media page. At the time of this video, the book was available through Hoopla and Freading. Happy reading!
Are you ready for a LEGO Building Challenge? We sure are!
LEGO Scavenger Hunt
Create ten LEGO objects (cars, animals, buildings), then hide them around your house for a scavenger hunt! No LEGOs? No problem! Use any materials you have to complete the challenge.
As always, we’d love to see your photos! Email photos of your completed challenge to email@example.com. Your photo may be featured right here, on our Kids website, soon.
– Julia, Youth Services
We have a new Try-It Tray this week! Create your own clowder of Cardboard Cats using just cardboard, yarn, and your creativity. Snap a pic and send it to us – we love to see your imagination at work! Your picture may be featured right here, on our Kids website.
This Try-It Tray activity is sweet and simple. Make it with just some cardboard, yarn, and creativity. Or adapt it to materials you have in your home, like an old paper bag for the kitty and crayons for the clothes. I used fabric torn into strips for the example to the left. Have fun and use what you’ve got!
If you do use cardboard, keep the shape simple and large enough to cut easily with a scissors. I made all straight cuts in the example above. Keep the bottom of the cat flat so that you can make two small, upward cuts along the bottom to form the paws on either side and a tab in the middle that can be folded back into a stand for your cat. The face you draw and the clothes you create will make your cat one of a kind!
Alternative idea: Be a rebel and make a dog!
-Sam, Youth Services