Kids

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Spring Bingo

Check out this BINGO activity for kids and teens of all ages. There is a different BINGO card for the early literacy kids, for K-6, and for Teens! Keep track with one of the attached images or print a PDF from the included links. Show us your card once we reopen. The drawing prize will [...]

April 3rd, 2020|

Internet and WiFi resources

Are you or is someone your know looking for ways to connect?  Here is a list of different resources. If you have the internet access you need, share this information with the people in your life that this could help. FREE Community WiFi Free Wifi Hots Spots  (locations with open Wifi) Xfinity :  www.xfinity.com/wifi Spectrum [...]

April 3rd, 2020|

Tips for Teaching from Home

Homeschool 101: Things to Remember:  It’s not going to be perfect and that’s ok. Maybe you have a day where you need to throw in the towel and let them run around outside. Perfectly acceptable!  It may be important for you to create a daily schedule in order to keep your sanity. To be honest, [...]

March 19th, 2020|

Reading and Storytime Resources

Reading, Learning & Storytime Resources Storytime From Space  -Astronauts read books from the International Space Station.  If You Give a Mouse a Cookie -Read by author Laura Numeroff. A Parade of Elephants -Read by author Kevin Henkes and presented by Ready to Read Michigan Debbie Ridpath Ohi -This author and illustrator reads aloud and gives drawing [...]

March 19th, 2020|

Home Base: Resources and Tools to Keep You Learning at Home

Live Streams and Video Resources to Keep you Learning and Moving Check back regularly! We'll keep adding as we discover more. Animals & Nature Zoo and Aquarium live streams -A list of links to Zoos and Aquariums that are sharing fun live streams of the animals.  United States National Parks   -Tour our national parks virtually! Critter Barn (Zeeland) [...]

March 19th, 2020|

Kids @ LDL Fall 2019

   Say Goodbye to Late Fees! Loutit District Library has joined a growing trend in the library world by getting rid of fees on overdue items. Eliminating these fines provides everyone better access to library materials!  BUT if the item is never returned the card holder will be charged for the cost of the item.  Sound familiar?  It [...]

September 20th, 2019|

Early Literacy Resources @ the Library!

Every parent has probably heard that it is important to read to their young children.  A local Young Fives teacher has said that every September she can tell which of her students have been read to and which have not!  So read early and read often! Why read to your child? Builds vocabulary Familiarizes them with the printed [...]

October 6th, 2016|