Posts tagged with "kids"
Middle schoolers, on your mark, get SET, go to the library to learn how to play the math game, SET. It is like sports for your brain. Learn some math tricks to surprise your friends and family, and learn how math is part of everything else we do in school. For middle school students.
If you are a kid who likes to write or would like to try, come to our writing club with local author Carol Brendler. Discover new ways to explore the world of words and share your work with other young writers. For ages 10-13.
Date and time: Thursday, February 16, 4–5 p.m.
Ars Viva and the Music Institute of Chicago are pleased to introduce Music for Life - a family music experience. Drawing on an interdisciplinary curriculum that includes drama, musical creation, creative movement, storytelling, and visual arts, Music for Life’s philosophy is that music is best understood through experience as well as context. After listening to an excerpt from Beethoven’s 6th Symphony, children will be led in an exploration of the music they just heard. For school-age children and their families.
Did you know that we now have an eNewsletter called Just for Kids? You get it in your email at the beginning of each month, and it has all our kids’ program information. It’s a great timesaver because you can immediately register for programs you think your child would enjoy.
You can also get all the details and sign up for these great upcoming programs in the February Just for Kids.To visit the What's Up at the Library blog homepage, click here.