fun at the library Tag

Tots and their grownups made a rocket craft featuring the letters in their names. They wrote the letters down, then glued them down into a rocket shape...

Loose Parts Play was featured as a Hub station for four weeks. Would kids be attracted by the 'it can be whatever you want' aspect, or skip it for more typical Hub projects? Kids liked it - many liked it so much! - so Loose...

Summer Reading Club is up to full speed, and it's busy in the Children's Room! Today was the first day for the free lunch program - Quakers' Lunch Truck, sponsored by the USDA and Plainfield Community School Corporation- which brings a lot of people...

Are you starting to get a little bored with this Spring Break? There are plenty of fun things to do at the library! Here are some ideas, using current and vintage photos. Before you go, see if there's an interesting library program going on when you'll...

Tot Tuesday is every Tuesday at 10:00, designed especially for 2 and 3-year-olds with an emphasis on fun as well as early literacy experiences. Three times a month it's an active storytime; the other Tuesday(s) it's a simple process craft. What's a toddler storytime like? Last...

Sensory Station is a new monthly program series. It's designed to be welcoming to all children including children who especially benefit from sensory play. There are stories, songs, fingerplays, and dancing, combined with one or more multi-sensory play station for the children to explore. Children...

Have you seen the Jane Cabrera version of the classic children's song The Wheels on the Bus? It is a fun version with monkeys, crocodiles, and hyenas! They are all going to the same place, but where is the giraffe driver taking them? You will find...

Our newish 1000 Books Before Kindergarten program is going great, and kids are starting to come in for their color stickers and prizes. Here's one of our friends who just added the 300 books sticker. Over time, these animals from the book Brown Bear, Brown...

Animal Tales is an ongoing storytime series presented by a Park Naturalist from the Hendricks County Parks. The program always includes a picture book, craft, and a little information about the featured animal. In November, the theme was Raccoons. The story was Raccoon on His Own...