Summer is coming to an end which means it’s time to get ready for school. Avoid the anxiety and let this be an exciting time for you and your children. Keep these tips in mind for a smooth transition back to school.
For supporting children’s continuous learning at home and for back-to-school plans, we’ve got you covered with virtual learning materials. Explore any interest, develop new skills, connect with others in the community.
The kids are bouncing off the walls — excited about a break from school, but now you’re tasked with managing them at home all day for weeks, potentially months, all while juggling work, dishes, laundry, taking care of the dog, cat, fish and all the other adulting stuff we do. Oh, I forgot to mention, the added stress of having to scavenge hunt grocery stores to find food, toilet paper and cleaning products (that are no where to be found) while practicing social distancing of a minimum of six feet. You really wish you had more hand sanitizer. It’s enough to drive anyone crazy.
Too old for costumes and trick-or-treating but still looking for fun ways to rock the fall season? Try these ideas
How often do you read with your children — once a day, once a week or maybe not at all? No matter your answer, anywhere is
Are you already saying or hearing, “I’m Bored” and looking for things to do? Be creative. Visit your local branch to find books to help relieve the tediousness of daily routines.
July is National Ice Cream Month but this isn’t your average food holiday conjured up by big corporations to give out freebies and market more
Now that warmer weather is in our sights and the last week of school is on the horizon, it’s time to start planning the details
A long summer break is a great time for students to reset and take time away from studying but watch out for Summer Slide. Research
Looking for something to do this summer? Check out our calendar of events where you’ll find programs for all ages and a wide variety of