This week’s science project is a fun mix of craft and science. This project from Scholastic has kids gluing pasta or glue shapes in a recurring pattern, a chance to learn about geometry and make something beautiful.
Today’s experiment is pretty easy to do. All you need is milk, dish soap and food coloring. Follow these instructions. Even younger kids can do this one with a little supervision. Just remember not to drink the milk afterwards!
Here’s a fun experiment for grade school and older kids!
Come to the library on Friday, October 30 or Saturday, October 31 to get your party in a bag! We’re sad that we won’t be able to offer our usual party, but instead, you can bring the fun home. Packets will include coloring pages, activity sheets, a recipe, a craft, a prize or two and a bag of candy! Choose pre-reader, reader or teen/tween.
This is it! Vote by Halloween to determine once and for all what is Lonsdale’s favorite candy. Vote here.
We’re down to the top four, all chocolate candy bars. It’s clear what the people like! Vote here.
In busy voting week one, all of the high seeds came through. The biggest blowout was Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups over candy corn 58 to 9. The closest contest was Tootsie Rolls edging out Jolly Ranchers 33 to 24. The top eight remain for you to choose from. Vote for your favorites here.
Hello storytimers! We have missed you! It’s not exactly the same, but Ms. Susan will be creating virtual storytime videos that will be shared on our Facebook page. Each weekly episode will premiere Monday at 6:30, starting August 31st. You don’t need a Facebook account to watch.
Our storytimes are designed for pre-schoolers, but feel free to watch at any age!