Children ages 7 and up are invited to learn the worldwide art of using paper to make jewelry during this workshop presented by Art With a Heart. Schedule
When ten-year-old Emma Burblee’s beautiful but snobbish parents banish her to Nummington for the summer with her loathsome Uncle Simon, she is befriended by the seemingly magical town baker, Mr. Crackle, who soon becomes a target of Simon and his associate.
I loved this book because it was about baking. Even though it was fiction, it had a wonderful storyline to it. I hope that people can read it all the time and it gets put in my school library!! Girls and boys, request and read this book. Yes, it was that good!!
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Children ages 10 and up are invited to use iPads and other new technologies to explore and learn abut the world around them. They’ll make music, create animations, and play with or build Lego machines. Participants will receive a free set of headphones to keep. Schedule
There are some things you can just never have enough of…M&Ms…and Legos! Here are some websites & books to keep ideas coming little brick by little brick.
There are two places you can go in Indianapolis this summer to experience exceptional Lego play – The Library and the Children’s Museum of Indianapolis:
|Lego Library books to keep you building:|
A ghost is making a mess of the library at Castlerock, and Echo’s old friend, the librarian, is about to lose his job so it is up the Echo and the Bat Pack to figure out what the ghost is looking for and restore peace to the Castle.
A ghost is making a huge mess of a library at Ghost Castle. The librarian has asked for help from Echo a talking bat and his friends to solve the mystery of a missing book. When they make it to the library they find books on the floor and they see a real ghost searching thru book after book looking for something. Becca the ten year old girl breaks out in strange blue pimples. Echo and the Bat Pack have some serious mysteries to solve. The series is Echo and the Bat Pack. This is a great chapter books for readers 6-9 years old that like scary stories. The bright graphic cartoon illustrations make the book fun and engaging.
Recommended by: Tammy Coolman – Fountain Square