Science is an essential tool for understanding how the world works. It is the process of analyzing data through experimentation and predictions. It can also give a middle school student the ability to make a paper-mache volcano that can spew vinegar, baking soda, and food... READ MORE
Beep. Boop. Bop. Today we’re talking robots!
Let’s start with some questions:What is a robot? What does a robot sound like? What does a robot look like? What kind of robot would you build?
Now, let’s read a book
Read any book you may have that... READ MORE
Today we’re going to have some fun with bubbles! Don’t have any bubbles? No worries – we'll make some in the end!
Let’s start with some questions:Do you like blowing bubbles? Can you show me how you blow bubbles? Can you dance in the bubbles? What... READ MORE
I normally teach our Art 101 events in-person, but since we're unable to do that for the time being in this post I would like to share a little bit of information about ancient Greek pottery and how you can create your own Greek style flowerpot for your home.
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Let’s journey into outer space this week!QUESTIONS: Do you want to go to outer space? How should we get there? What do you think we’ll see? READ:
Any book on space, planets, or aliens that you may have! Or you can request a physical title such as Your Alien by... READ MORE
What do birds say on Halloween? Trick or Tweet! That’s right, it’s Halloween time, so this month our preschool fun will be a bit...spooky!QUESTIONS: What does a ghost say? What do we carve for Halloween? What do you want to dress up as for Halloween? What’s your... READ MORE
If you’re like me, and many other parents, you might be wondering how to keep the excitement and fright alive during Halloween this year for your child, while observing the guidelines recommended by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC).
With help from library... READ MORE
From book recommendations to pop culture discussions, the Orange County Library System wants you to join the conversation with library staff about the world around us.
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