K-5

Current  K-5 Programs

 FUNology STEM Program (October 2014- Current)
Anne Arundel County Public Libraries

Offers experiments and activities that focus on both assisted and independent learning. Encourages an interest in creating, building and trying new things – all in a safe, positive group environment. Each month we highlight a different topic.

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Book Buddies (October 2014- Current)
Anne Arundel County Public Libraries

Monthly book club aimed at elementary-aged children. Children read a different J-level chapter book each month, and participate in a 30 minute book conversation, followed by games and activities. Currently, I am working as the assistant to my colleague Mindy Berry for this program.

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STEM Movies (August 2014- Current)
Anne Arundel County Public Libraries

My Saturday STEM Movie Program focuses on integrating scientific experiments into films, such as A Bugs Life, and Frozen (more to come!) on a seasonal basis.

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Kids Corner (Fall 2013)
Carnegie Library of Homestead

Each week we celebrate with our families with a themed party with activities, crafts and games.

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Some themes: Making Masks, Games Around the World, Library Scavenger Hunt, Super Hero Party, Lego Fun, Magic and Fantasy, Halloween.

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Family Game Nights (Fall 2013)IMG_1545

Board games, outdoor games, Wii games, cards and more!

EcoKids (Summer 2013)

Science experiments, and activities for K-5 and teens related to the environment.

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