You probably know the Itsy Bitsy Spider, but what about the Big, Gigantic Spider, the Teensy, Tiny Spider, and Eency the Spider?! Remixing classic nursery rhymes is a great way to introduce new vocabulary. So get creative and sing along.
Play is one of the primary ways young children learn about how the world works and learn language. Singing a playful song is always a great place to start and this nonsense, action, and movement rhyme is a perfect example!
Get creative and learn to code at home! Join Library programmer, Max, and follow along with these step by step coding tutorials. This week we’ll find out how to make sprites move in a circle! Head to arcade.makecode.com and follow along by making your own arcade game!
Did you know that… The sense of rhythm learned from listening to songs and rhymes helps children to identify patterns, like rhyming words, which will help them learn to read? Snuggle up with baby as we rhyme together!
Ever heard of a “Non Newtonian Fluid?” What about OOBLECK? Get messy with Miss Laura today as she mixes cornstarch and water to create some awesome slime. Check out what happens as you move your hand slowly through the mixture. Then, what happens when you move your hand quickly through it?
Singing helps children hear the distinct sounds that make up words because songs emphasize different syllables and sounds. This makes singing a very important part of early literacy skill development! Songs can also teach new vocabulary and introduce new ideas and concepts – like hibernation!
Get creative and learn to code at home! Join Library programmer, Martin, and follow along with these step by step coding tutorials. This week we’ll find out how to make a boomerang in MakeCode Arcade! Head to arcade.makecode.com and follow along by making your own arcade game!