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Mini-Lessons

Explore different topics with your little one using our online resources! The below activities are great for preschool through second graders. 

Access library resources in these mini-lessons with your library card and PIN:

 


 

Geology Rocks!

a rock is lively
rocks and minerals
 

 

Read

A Rock is Lively by Dianna Hutts Aston
If Rocks Could Sing by Leslie McGuirk
Rocks: hard, soft, smooth, and rough by Natalie Rosinsky
Rocks and Minerals by Caroline Bingham

Read about rocks and geology in Encyclopedia Britannica  

 

Watch

Anansi and the Moss Covered Rock by Eric Kimmell

 

Activities

Non-edible experiment - Eggshell Geode Crystals

Edible experiment - Kool Aid Rock Candy

 


 

Star Wars - May the Fourth Be With You!

bb 8 on the run
rescue from jabbas palace
 

 

Read

Rescue from Jabba’s Palace by Disney Books 
Star Wars the Force Awakens (Read-Along Storybook) by Lucasfilm Press and Elizabeth Schafer
BB-8 on the Run by Drew Daywalt 
Star Wars Resistance: Meet the Pilots by Lucasfilm Press 
Star Wars Rebels by Ryder Windham 

Listen

Star Wars playlist on Freegal 

Activities

Create some crayon-resist Death Star Art 

Make a paper bag Chewbacca Puppet

 

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Robots

r is for robot
robotics
 

 

Read

Nonfiction:

Picture Books:

Sing

"Dance, Robot Dance!" by Ants Ants Ants from their album The Robot EP on Freegal


Activities

Printable Climbing Robot craft

Printable Robot Finger Puppet craft

 

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Rainbows

colors
elmer and the rainbow
 

 

Read

Colors by Brenda Ponnay 
Creature Colors by Andrew Zuckerman 
Elmer and the Rainbow by David McKee 
The Rainbow by Felicia Law on Overdrive

Read about rainbows in Encyclopedia Britannica 

 

Listen

Planting a Rainbow by Lois Ehlert 

Activity

Create a rainbow collage by cutting up pieces of paper, old magazines or damaged books and glue onto cardboard. 

 

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Weather

sizzle a book about heat waves
sunshine
 

 

Read

Sizzle! A Book About Heat Waves by Rick Thomas on Overdrive
Sunshine: A Book About Sunlight by Josepha Sherman on Overdrive
Weather by DK on Overdrive
Wild Weather by Katharine Kenah on Overdrive
Al Roker’s Extreme Weather by Al Roker on Overdrive
Contest Between the Sun and the Wind by Heather Forest on TumbleBooks

 

Activity:

Explore the National Weather Service's website for kids to learn about weather science and safety with Owlie Skywarn 

 

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Hugs

goose needs a hug
the giant hug
 

 

Read

Duck and Goose: Goose needs a Hug by Tad Hill on Overdrive
The Giant Hug by Sandra Horning on Overdrive
Nobody Hugs a Cactus by Carter Goodrich on Overdrive

 

Activity Send a Hug in an Envelope

Here’s a fun way to show someone you care during social distancing: send a hug in an envelope!

 

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Planes and other things that fly

flying with oliver
planes go
 

 

Read

The Berenstain Bears Take Off by Mike Berenstain  on Overdrive
The Fabulous Flying Machines of Alberto Santos-Dumont by Victoria Griffith on RB Digital 
Flight 1-2-3 by Maria Van Lieshout on Overdrive or TumbleBooks 
Flying with Oliver by Jill Kalz  on Overdrive
Fred and Ted Like to Fly by P.A. Eastman  on Overdrive
Kite Day By Will Hillenbrand  on Overdrive
Maisy Goes on a Plane by Lucy Cousins  on Overdrive
The Mice and the Flying Basket by Rodney Peppe  on Overdrive
Mousetronaut Based on a (Partially) True Story by Mark Kelly  on Overdrive
Planes Go by Steve Light  on Overdrive

"How Planes Fly" and "Flight Control and Instruments" on Encyclopedia Britannica

 

Sing

"I’m A Little Airplane" by the Kiboomers on Freegal 

"Airplane Song" by the Laurie Berkner Band on YouTube


Activities

Make a Hoop Glider    

Make a Paper Helicopter (PDF)                   




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Trains

freight trains
trains go
 


Read

Curious George takes a Train by H. A. Rey on Overdrive
Freight Trains by Darlene R. Stille on Overdrive
Pete the Cat’s Train Trip by James Dean on Overdrive
Steam Train, Dream Train by Sherri Duskey Rinker on Overdrive
Trains Go by Stephen Light on Overdrive

Read about Railroads in Encyclopedia Britannica

  

Music

"Toot, Toot, Chugga, Chugga" by the Wiggles on Freegal

 

Activity

Make an egg carton train

Create a shape train matching activity

 

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Dinosaurs

dinosaurs a visual encyclopedia
tea rex
 


Read


Nonfiction: 

Picture Books:

 

Watch

National Geographic Kids Ultimate Dinopedia video on TumbleBooks

 

Activities

Make Pop Up Paper Dinosaur puppets 
Make hatching Dinosaur Ice Eggs, then excavate them from the ice
Make Dinosaur Fossil Rocks with simple salt dough
Create Handprint Paint Dinosaurs
Play Dinosaur Games on PBS Kids

 

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Earth Day

Celebrate Earth Day (April 22) with these books and activities

Earth Friendly Crafts
Big Fantastic Earth
A Planet Earth Songbook
 


Read

 
Read about Earth Day in Encyclopedia Britannica

Explore the Earthday.org website for ideas on how you can take action to help the planet.

The Earth Book by Todd Parr on Overdrive 
Peas on Earth by Todd Doodler on Overdrive 
Everything on Earth by DK on Overdrive 
Earth Day by Marc Tyler Nobleman on Overdrive 
A Kid's Guide to How to Save the Planet by Billy Goodman on Overdrive 
Big Fantastic Earth by Jen Green on Overdrive 
Earth-Friendly Crafts by Kathy Ross on Overdrive 
The Planet Earth Songbook (audio) by Winnie Fitch on Overdrive 
SpongeBob Goes Green by Molly Reisner on Overdrive 

 

Activities - download worksheet

Create a notebook/sketchbook from a cereal box or make a paper garden from recycled paper.

 

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Gardening

Get the family together to work on a backyard garden. Check out the resources below to keep the fun and learning going!

dirt
garden wigglers
kids container gardening
 


Read

Activities

Create hanging tomato planters out of plastic water bottles.

When you aren't tending to your garden, take a walk with your family and complete this scavenger hunt created by the Desert Botanical Garden.

 
During your next meal or snack, make art out of your fruits and vegetables.

Cut fruit open to see what's on the inside in this Miss Humblebee's Academy lesson.


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Week of the Young Child™: Family Friday

The Week of the Young Child™ is an annual celebration sponsored by the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC), the world's largest early childhood education association, with nearly 60,000 members and a network of 51 Affiliates. The purpose of the Week of the Young Child™ is to focus public attention on the needs of young children and their families and to recognize the early childhood programs and services that meet those needs.

bark george
hello hello
is your mama a llama
 

Read

The Book with No Pictures by B.J. Novak on Overdrive
This Is Not My Hat by Jon Klassen on Overdrive
Dragons Love Tacos by Adam Rubin on Overdrive
Bark George by Jules Feiffer on Overdrive
Don’t Let The Pigeon Drive the Bus by Mo Willems on Overdrive
Duckling Gets a Cookie? by Mo Willems on Overdrive
Hello Hello by Brendan Wenzel on Overdrive
Is Your Mama a Llama? by Deborah Guarino on Overdrive

 

Activities

Play Red Light, Green Light

Play Simon Says

Play Sequence Touch

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Week of the Young Child™: Artsy Thursday

The Week of the Young Child™ is an annual celebration sponsored by the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC), the world's largest early childhood education association, with nearly 60,000 members and a network of 51 Affiliates. The purpose of the Week of the Young Child™ is to focus public attention on the needs of young children and their families and to recognize the early childhood programs and services that meet those needs.

the dot by peter h reynolds
a penguin story
ish by peter h reynolds
 

Read

Ish by Peter Reynolds on TumbleBooks 
The Dot by Peter Reynolds on TumbleBooks 
A Penguin Story by Antoinette Portis on TumbleBooks 

 

Listen

"I Can Sing a Rainbow" by the Kiboomers on Freegal 

 

Activity

Make stamps from things found in your recycling bin! Try out using markers, paint and ink pads (whatever you have around the house) on your stamps. 

 

For more art mini-lessons, see:

 

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Week of the Young Child™: Work Together Wednesday

The Week of the Young Child™ is an annual celebration sponsored by the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC), the world's largest early childhood education association, with nearly 60,000 members and a network of 51 Affiliates. The purpose of the Week of the Young Child™ is to focus public attention on the needs of young children and their families and to recognize the early childhood programs and services that meet those needs.

froggy builds a treehouse
my home
one big building
 

Read

Built to Last by David Macaulay on Overdrive
The Fort That Jack Built by Boni Ashburn on Overdrive
Froggy Builds a Tree House by Jonathan London on Overdrive
House That Jack Built by J.P. Miller on Overdrive
My Home: Walls, floor, ceiling, and doors by Lisa Bullard on Overdrive
One Big Building by Michael Dahl on Overdrive
Rosie Revere, Engineer by Andrea Beaty on Overdrive
Three Little Pigs by Patricia Seibert on Overdrive
Three Little Pigs and Their New Neighbor by Andy Blackford on Overdrive


Songs and Rhymes 

"If I Had a Hammer" on TumbleBooks

Johnny’s Hammers:

First verse – Make hammering motion with one fist
Johnny had one hammer, one hammer, one hammer
Johnny had one hammer, then he had two.

Second verse – Make hammering motion with both fists
Johnny had two hammers, two hammers, two hammers
Johnny had two hammers, then he had three.

Third verse – Continue hammer motion w/fists and stomp your foot
Johnny had three hammers, three hammers, three hammers
Johnny had three hammers, now he has four.

Fourth verse – continue with above motions and add your other foot
Johnny had four hammers, four hammers, four hammers
Johnny had four hammers, now he has five

Fifth Verse – continue above motions now move head up/down like your saying yes
Johnny had five hammers, five hammers, five hammers
Johnny had five hammers, then he went to sleep. (squat down on the ground)

 

Activities

Build paper columns and test their strength - download worksheet

Play Jenga. Jenga is a great way to learn about construction and engineering!

 

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Week of the Young Child™: Tasty Tuesday

The Week of the Young Child™ is an annual celebration sponsored by the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC), the world's largest early childhood education association, with nearly 60,000 members and a network of 51 Affiliates. The purpose of the Week of the Young Child™ is to focus public attention on the needs of young children and their families and to recognize the early childhood programs and services that meet those needs.

where does food come from
10 hungry rabbits
bee bim bop
 

Read

Food by Laura Buller on Overdrive
Cooking Class: 57 fun recipes kids will love to make (and eat!) by Deanna Cook on Overdrive
Everybody Bakes Bread by Norah Dooley on Overdrive
10 Hungry Rabbits Counting and Color Concepts by Anita Lobel on Overdrive
Bee-Bim Bop! by Linda Sue Park on Overdrive
Where Does Food Come From? by Shelley Rotner on Overdrive
Max’s Worm Cake by Rosemary Wells on Overdrive
Snack Time Around the World by Michele Zurakowski on Overdrive

 

Sing-A-Long 

"Apples and Bananas" by Hit Co. on Freegal 

"Picky Eater" by Brady Rymer and the Little Band That Could on Freegal

"Hot Potato" by the Wiggles on Freegal

 

Activity – Cook Together!

Sequencing is a valuable critical thinking skill that is used in computer science, math, reading, science, and writing. Following a recipe is fun way to learn sequencing. First we…then we…and math concepts like measurement.  Here are two easy recipes:

Red Hen's Simply Splendid Cake

From the book The Red Hen by Rebecca Emberley

Makes 12 cupcakes or one 9-inch cake. 

Ingredients:
1 cup sugar
½ cup butter
2 eggs
2 teaspoons vanilla extract
1 ½ cups all-purpose flour
1 ¾ t. baking powder
½ cup milk

Directions:
With a grownup’s help, preheat oven to 350 degrees. Grease and flour a 9-inch pan or line a muffin pan with paper liners. In a medium bowl, cream together the sugar and butter. Beat in the eggs, one at a time, then stir in the vanilla. Combine flour and baking powder, add to the creamed mixture and mix well. Finally, stir in the milk until batter is smooth. Pour or spoon batter into the prepared pan. Bake the cake for 30-40 minutes in the preheated oven. For cupcakes, bake for 20-25 minutes. Cake is done when golden and tops springs back to the touch.

No-Cook Playdough 

Ingredients: 

1/2 c flour
1/4 c salt
1/4 c water

Directions: 
Measure the flour and add to a medium bowl. Measure the salt and add to the bowl. Mix the two dry ingredients together. Add the water and mix together with your hands. Depending on the weather you might need to add more flour or more water.

 

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Week of the Young Child™: Music Monday

The Week of the Young Child™ is an annual celebration sponsored by the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC), the world's largest early childhood education association, with nearly 60,000 members and a network of 51 Affiliates. The purpose of the Week of the Young Child™ is to focus public attention on the needs of young children and their families and to recognize the early childhood programs and services that meet those needs.

Barnyard Boogie
ItsyBitsySpiderThe
 
 

 

Read

Sweet Music in Harlem on Overdrive
Barnyard Boogie on Overdrive 
Dream Songs Night Songs from Mali to Louisiana on Overdrive


Listen

"Libraries Rock" playlist on Freegal 

"If You're Happy and You Know It" on TumbleBooks

"The Itsy Bitsy Spider" on TumbleBooks

 

Activity

Make your own rain stick with instructions from Kids InfoBits or Gift of Curiosity. NOTE: If you want to save your rice/beans, try finding very small rocks or coarse sand to use instead.

 

For more music mini-lessons, see:

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Zoo Mini-Lesson

Take a virtual field trip to the zoo with these resources.

Kid's Day at the Zoo
Felicity Floo Visits the Zoo
Playtime for Zoo Animals
 

 

Read

"A day in the life of a zookeeper" on Kids InfoBits
Felicity Floo Visits the Zoo by E.S. Redmond on TumbleBooks
Zoo Animals series by Caroline Arnold



Listen

 Kids' Day at the Zoo by Clubhouse Kids on Freegal 

Animal sounds on Freegal


Activities

Explore the Phoenix Zoo’s Digital Safari page for videos, games, crafts, and other activities.

Choose a zoo animal craft or coloring sheet from the San Diego Zoo kids page.

Use the questions in "Thinking (Highlights for Children)" in Kids InfoBits to start a family discussion. 

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Classical Music Mini-Lesson

Help your child develop an appreciation for classical music.

Animal Orchestra
dance-of-the-violin
 

 

Read

"Classical Music." Britannica Student Encyclopedia on Kids InfoBits
Dance of the Violin by Kathy Stinson on TumbleBooks 
Animal Orchestra by Ilo Orleans on Overdrive


Listen

Smart Kids Love Classical on Freegal 
Classical Musicians for Children on Freegal 



Activities

Explore the sounds of different musical instruments:

Watch a video of Peter and the Wolf written by Sergei Prokofiev in 1936 to teach the sounds of musical instruments. It is a 'symphonic fairy tale for children', a musical composition where the narrator tells a children's story, while the orchestra illustrates it.

Make your own musical instruments with instructions from the Musical Instrument Museum

Listen to the Phoenix Symphony's live broadcasts on Monday evenings. Dress up, dance, conduct, and see how many instruments you can identify while listening.

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Poetry Mini-Lesson

Celebrate National Poetry Month in April with these resources for children.

Noisy Poems for a Busy Day
Cat Named Haiku
Water Sings Blue

 

Read

"Types of Poetry" on Kids InfoBits
Cat Named Haiku by Mark Poultonon on TumbleBooks
Ook the Book by Lissa Rovetch on TumbleBooks
Noisy Poems for a Busy Day by Robert Heidbreder and Lori Joy Smith on Overdrive

 

Listen

Water Sings Blue by Kate Coombs on rbDigital 
Joyful Noise: Poems For Two Voices by Paul Fleischman on rbDigital

 

Activities

Illustrate a poem: find a poem your child likes and have them create an artwork inspired by it. 

Create “found poetry” with words cut from recycled magazines. 

Take a poetry walk around the neighborhood. 

 
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Moon Mini-Lesson

Observe the moon from your backyard, then learn about the moon with these resources aimed at young children.

Moon by Alison Oliver book cover
Faces of the Moon Book Cover
Night Light Book About the Moon Cover image

 

Read

Moon by Alison Oliver
Night Light: A Book about the Moon by Dana Meachen Rau

 

Watch

Beautiful Moon / Bella Luna by Dawn Jeffers on Tumblebooks
Faces of the Moon by Bob Crelin on Tumblebooks
How big is the moon? Disney's Wall-E helps NASA illustrate a short lesson about proportions.

 

Activities

Check out a cool chemical reaction with a Fizzing Moon Rocks craft from Little Bins for Little Hands   

Make a paper replica of the Apollo capsule with NASA's Apollo Moon Capsule Craft

 

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Unicorn Mini-Lesson

Children of all ages can get hands-on with these art activities!  

phoebe and her unicorn
the unicorn quest
uni the unicorn

 

Read

Uni the Unicorn by Amy Krouse Rosenthal
Narwhal: Unicorn of the Sea by Ben Clanton
Phoebe and Her Unicorn by Dana Simpson
The Unicorn Quest by Kamilla Benko
Fables, Legends, and Myths: Unicorns on Kids InfoBits

 

Activities

Create a Magical Unicorn Wand with the Splash Technique

Unicorn Masks to Print and Color

Paper Plate Unicorn Puppet

DIY Unicorn Bookmark

Homemade Unicorn Playdough Recipe

 

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Alphabet Adventures - letter "S" Mini-Lesson

Help preschoolers learn their letters with these fun resources.

 
 
 

Read

My Five Senses on Miss Humblebee’s Academy is great to read before a meal to prompt a discussion on taste words that begin with S including spicy, salty and sweet! 

Sharks on Miss Humblebee’s Academy is helpful for caregivers looking to emphasize the “sh” diagraph with their preschooler. A diagraph is when two letter sounds or phonemes combine to make one sound. Practice making the “sh” sound with your child and discuss words that use this sound such as shark, shape, shoes, shine, etc. 

Listen:

Alphabet Song: A to Z on Miss Humblebee’s Academy

The Letter S on Miss Humblebee's Academy

The Letter S Duet on Miss Humblebee's Academy 

For other kid-friendly songs to dance to for the letter S, check out Librarian Sarah's letter S playlist on Freegal.

 

Activities:

Practice writing the letter "S" with Miss Humblebee's printables

Give this Letter S puppet (PDF) a try! Simply print, cut, color and glue or tape a popsicle stick or straw on. 

Sensory activity: reinforce alphabet letter knowledge with a sensory based activity. Write the letter S on a sheet of paper and ask your child to trace the letter with their finger. Next, place a thin layer of salt on a clean metal cookie sheet. (If you don’t have a cookie sheet, you can use a table, but this may get messy and salt may end up on the floor, so a cookie sheet with edges is preferable.) Once you have placed the layer of salt down on a pan or table, give children an opportunity to trace the letter S through the salt with their finger. Alternative sensory materials for tracing the letter S include shaving cream, sugar, or sand. Try this sensory challenge: See if your preschooler can trace the letter S in the salt with a Q-tip. This can help to strengthen children’s fine motor skills. Preschool children will need to develop these finger muscles for when they begin to learn to write soon!

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Spin-Art Mini-Lesson

Children of all ages can get hands-on with these art activities!  

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Read

Art’s Supplies by Chris Tougas on TumbleBooks

Monet Paints a Day by Julie Danneberg on TumbleBooks

Check out this story from Kids Infobits about sidewalk chalk artists Indi and Tex

 

Activities: 

Spin Art using ¼ sheets of paper (recommend using a heavier weight paper), watered down paint, and salad spinner: https://youtu.be/kpXg9tR83qw  

If you don’t have a salad spinner, create regular paintings and either practice color mixing using red, yellow, and blue paint or practice some of the techniques explained here: https://www.crayola.com/things-to-do/how-to-landing/tempera-paint/ 

Choose an episode of Lunch Doodles and sketch along with Mo Willems.

Art's Supplies (Memory Game) on Tumblebooks
 

Listen: 

“Fruit Salad” by The Wiggles on Freegal (what colors are the fruit you’re putting into your fruit salad?)

“True Colors” from the Trolls soundtrack on Freegal

 

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Art Mini-Lesson

Fun art activities! 

Noisy Paint Box
Art Lab
Art's Supplies

 

Read

The Noisy Paint Box: The Colors and Sounds of Kandinsky's Abstract Art by Barb Rosenstock

 

Watch

Art Dog video

 

Activities

Art Lab for Little Kids: 52 Playful Projects for Preschoolers

Art Lab for Kids: 52 Creative Adventures in Drawing, Painting, Printmaking, Paper, and Mixed Media For Budding Artists

Scribble Art: Independent Creative Art Experiences for Children

Art's Supplies
(Memory Game) on Tumblebooks

 

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Chromatography Mini-Lesson

Explore boats and different materials that sink and float!  

a moldy mystery
gotcha
kid science chemistry experiments

 

Read

Gotcha by Jennifer Dussling

A Moldy Mystery by Michelle Knudsen

Our Seasons by Grace Lin and Ranida T. McKneally

 

Watch

Kid Science Chemistry experiments

All Kid Science videos

Electromagnetic Spectrum video

Geomagnetism video

 

Activity

DIY CSI: Ink Chromatography: try your hand at ink chromatography using washable markers, coffee filters, and water.  

Coffee Filter Butterflies with Miss Heather: you can also use ink chromatography to make coffee filter butterflies, Miss Heather shows you how!

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Boat Mini-Lesson

Explore boats and different materials that sink and float!  

sinkingandfloating
boats
bigfishlittlefish

 

Read

Sinking and Floating by Natalie Rosinsky

Boats by Darlene Still

Listen

Row, Row, Row Your Boat by Old Town School of Folk Music

Big Fish Little Fish by Karl Williams

Activities - download worksheet

1. Sink or Float - Items needed: 

  • Large bowl or tub of water
  • Assorted items from around the house that sink or float. Fruit and vegetables work well. 
  • Recording page
  • Towel to dry off items

2. Tin Foil Boat Challenge - Items needed:

  • Large bowl or tub of water
  • Tin foil
  • Pennies

3. LEGO Boat - Items needed:

  • Large bowl or tub of water
  • An assortment of LEGO
  • Pennies

 

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Animal Mini-Lesson

Explore different types of animals with your little one using our online resources! The below activities are great for preschool through second graders. 

i am josephine
30 nursery rhymes
Pandas

Read

I Am Josephine and I am a Living Thing by Jan Thornill

Listen

Visit Freegal to download the song “Animal Sounds” and practice imitating different animals

Activities

Print a worksheet from Lakeshore Learning and practice classifying animals in different ways.

Take a look at the America's Biggest Zoos chart on Infobits. Can you find a zoo with a livestream of your favorite animal? 

 

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Musical Instruments Mini-Lesson

Experience musical instruments with your little one using our online resources! 

Once Upon A Breath
Dance of the Violin
    
Guitar Craft

Read

Once Upon a Breath by Aaron Zevy

Dance of the Violin by Kathy Stinson

Listen

Sing along to BINGO, Apples and Bananas, and Down by the Bay in TumbleBook Library.

Activities

Make a recycled band using household materials following these DIY guitar instructions from Gale. What other recycled instruments can you find around your home? 

 

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Mariachi Music Mini-Lesson

Learn about mariachi music using our online resources! 

Mariachi Book
Mariachi Listen
Mariachi activity

Read

The Best Mariachi in the World by J.D. Smith

El mejor mariachi del mundo (Spanish) by J.D. Smith

Listen

16 Tradicionales con Mariachi

Activity

Make music with these maracas from items around the house.

 

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