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Passive Programming

Passive programs that youth librarians can use at their library.

20 Incredibly Creative Ways Librarians Spread the Magic of Reading

It’s National Library Week, and the perfect time to showcase the important work librarians do throughout the year — encouraging kids to love reading as much as we do! As we know, the library is a magical place, and these librarians and teachers are putting in the extra hours to make this a reality for their students. From book tastings to zombie attacks, we’re bringing you some amazingly creative library programs that are definitely doing it right. Hurrah to libraries, librarians, and book lovers everywhere! Happy National Library Week!

Summer Reading Activities - Planning Playtime

Are you looking for fun Summer Reading Activities that the kids will love? We've got them for you. Scavenger Hunts, Bingo, Roll & Read, Reading logs & more.

LEGO MAY-nia! | Hafuboti

In general, I hate to repeat themes at the Children's Library, but this one was a no-brainer and lends itself to lots of variation. PLUS there's no way we would be able to beat last year's numbers without doing another Little Library LEGO Checkout Club (not that I'm a slave to numbers, but these numbers are…

Growth Mindset Coloring Pages by To the Square Inch- Kate Bing Coners

Growth Mindset Motivational Coloring Pages and Posters Created in response to my popular Growth Mindset Posters , this set of 25 coloring pages is perfect to engage your

Kindness & Bucket Filling - Social Emotional Learning & Character Education

This social awareness SEL curriculum includes 5 detailed, research-based lessons filled with hands-on and mindful activities that teach children about kindness, have them complete a kindness challenge with random acts of kindness, and ways to be a bucket filler.

Write a Letter to Curious George! - ALSC Blog

In March, we created a writing station for our children’s floor in order to boost writing and storytelling skills. We wanted something that would compel children of all ages to pick up their pencils so we knew no ordinary prompt would do. We decided that children would respond best if they were writing to one of their favorite characters – and since Curious George had us on his April calendar, we figured he would be the perfect character to start with!

Afterschool World Records Program - Mallory Tells Stories

An afterschool world records library program for K-5

Make Words! Word Work - Word Study Activity by Michael Friermood

"Make Words!" is a fun way to incorporate word work into your daily or weekly routine, and gives students valuable word study practice. Students cut apart a group of letters and use them to form words. The resource includes 28 activity sheets, each with a different set of focus spelling patterns and a unique combination of letters with which to make words.

Would you rather questions you can print or scroll through on your phone!

Would you rather questions that are thought provoking, silly and just fun to answer.  These printable questions will have you laughing and having fun!