**The original date for March 21st has been cancelled**
Experiment and create in our March Homeschool Hour!
This program will give students a chance to think outside the box with their artwork. We will discuss art made from found or recycled items, and get a chance to create our own sculptures out of recycled materials! This program will be unique, exciting, and environmentally friendly. Let’s build something new!
*Please Register in advance for the 28th session*
Our Homeschool Hour for May is one you won’t want to miss! This special program will be a Living History experience for the Jazz Age of the 1920s. This program will include a variety of crafts and activities, as well as themed music, snacks, and decorations. Students (and educators!) are encouraged to come in costume, and to research a little bit about the “Roaring Twenties” before the program! Optional paperwork and historical information will be available at the library during registration for this event.
Do you know what a giraffe's skeleton looks like, or what's in the middle of a volcano? April’s science lesson will cover a wide variety of topics (including animals, planets, and machines) as we discuss What’s Inside. Learn a little bit about how things work when you can’t see them!
*This program is for home educated students of any age. The same program will be presented on April 18th and April 25th. Please register in advance*
Get a closer look at the little parts of our world with February's Homeschool Hour!
Students will get a chance to learn about and use our library microscopes... and more than 200 slides!
This program will be available on February 21st and 28th.
*Please register in advance*
Follow the style of artist Roy Lichtenstein by using Ben-Day dots in your artwork!
This technique is famous in Pop Art, comic books, and printing. Students will get a chance to experiment with creating different textures and colors in this style.
Please register for this program in advance by calling 937-456-4331