This week, we are reading two books that have been chosen as nominees for the 2020-2021 Nebraska Golden Sower Awards. Your child may be participating in the voting program for these books at school.
This week, our craft is super easy! All you need is a paper plate, some supplies, for decorating, and your imagination. Check out the link for ideas to inspire you.
Tuesday, March 2nd is Dr. Seuss’s birthday. Many kids in school celebrate this day as Read Across America Day. This week, we are celebrating Dr. Seuss with a couple of our favorite whacky books.
Miss Theresa’s favorite is the classic Green Eggs and Ham. Miss Megan’s favorite is Fox in Socks, a tongue twister! Check out the stories below and then check out the craft ideas.
Miss Megan and Miss Theresa are reading some fun animal stories this week!
All you need for this week’s craft are some old clothes pins, pipe cleaners, and a sprinkle of creativity. Click on the picture below to see the instructions for this cute and easy project.
We are ready for spring! Aren’t you? Hopefully this will be the last time we feel inspired to do a story time about snow this season. Listen to our stories and then check out the fun craft kit you can pick up at the library!
Our craft this week is a kit you pick up at the library. Kids will use a pencil eraser to make snowflakes surrounding their snowman. You can make a big pile of snow like Miss Megan did, and then color in your snowman. The snowman coloring page and the pencil are provided in the kit. All you need to provide at home is the paint.
This Sunday is Valentine’s Day! Listen to Miss Megan’s Valentine stories below and then check out the cute, easy craft.
This week out story time is about pets! Whether it is a cat, dog, fish, bird, or something truly unique, we love all pets. Check out our stories below and then the fun craft!
This week we are celebrating Groundhog Day! First of all, what is a groundhog? Maybe you have never seen one before.
A groundhog, also known as a woodchuck, is a large rodent. It lives in burrows in the ground and hibernates during the winter. You can often see groundhogs that live near the grain elevators in Tekamah! Ask Miss Megan about them; she sees them a lot.
In the United States and Canada, Groundhog Day is celebrated every year on February 2nd. Legend says if the groundhog emerges from his burrow and sees his shadow because it is sunny, winter will last 6 more weeks. If he doesn’t see his shadow because it is cloudy, spring will arrive early.
We hope you will enjoy our groundhog stories and fun craft!
This week our theme is polar bears! They would sure love the cold weather we have been having.
You can make your very own polar bear at home with this fun (but probably a little messy) craft. We know it’s proven fun because we have done a version of it at the library before! Check out the link below.
Our story time this week is for the birds!
Did you know that some birds live here all winter long? It can be hard for them to find food when it is cold. You can help them by making this easy treat. Hang it by a window so you can watch the birds eat!