Visit our StoryWalk at Crystal Lake. This month’s story is From Egg to Butterfly. Watch the video below for details about this project and see how to do the butterfly yoga pose!
Many schools focus on children’s ability to name letters, hold a pencil, and count to 10 as the only indicators of “school readiness”, but research shows that children through age eight need to develop other crucial skills to achieve continued success in school and in life. It is never too early or late to develop these skills!
These crucial skills are divided into three main categories:
Watch for these symbols in the newsletter and around the Youth and Family Learning Department to find useful tips on how to prepare your child for school.
We have A LOT going on this summer. Click to see all the exciting events and activites!
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Work with live tutors using an interactive whiteboard to chat, write, draw, copy/paste text or images and graph homework problems. (Russell Library card required.)
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