Join Rocket the Raccoon, a Wildlife Ambassador at Speaking of Wildlife, for a special storytime experience! Use password “Innisfil2020.” If you have questions for the Speaking of Wildlife team, add comments on the video or on the post on our Facebook page!
Easy and fun for all ages, learn how to plant nutritious beans in your garden or container with Innisfil Seed Library‘s Bridget Indelicato. All you need to get growing are planting beans, soil, sunshine, water and your hands!
For more resources about seed growing and saving, and for Innisfil/Cookstown residents to safely borrow seeds online, visit www.innisfilseedlibrary.ca. And for more videos, check out their YouTube Channel, Mindful Gardening!
Babies brains are incredible: they can learn multiple languages at once and by the age of just 6 months, can distinguish between different languages! In the first years of life, there is extraordinary potential for learning, so don’t hesitate to share songs and stories in any language you know!
Children learn and practice language through play, so how can you put that into practice? Take familiar songs and add actions or props! Or, get imaginative during playtime and prompt your child to play a new game! Join Sarah for a playful rhyme that’s great for celebrating swirling, snowy days!
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 will find out how to use Makecode’s version of Python with the micro:bit! Head to makecode.microbit.org and follow along!
You are your child’s favourite playmate and play is how children learn, so for today’s sing along, let’s pretend and play together! Hope in the elevator, it’s time for a ride!
Miss Laura is sharing our favourite robotic ball: Sphero! Sphero can be programmed using a tablet to do all kinds of tricks! Race and roll, flash and flip, all while learning how to code! On the Sphero website, there are challenges and lessons that are organized by grade level and by topic! Check it out!
Let’s talk vocabulary! When talking to your baby, don’t be afraid to be specific! Duke or king, dog or puppy, marker or crayon – the more language you share with your child, the better their reading skills will be.
Let’s celebrate baby and practice body parts all at the same time! This jazzy tune will have you and baby swaying along.
Time for a chemistry lesson with Miss Laura! Today we’re learning about polymers, viscosity, and molecules, all while making: SLIME! You’ll need glue, baking soda, and contact solution for this experiment, and of course a space where you can get a little bit messy!