Seekonk Public Library Children’s Room
Legos: Build This or That!
Tuesday, October 4, 2 PM (early release day)
Join Detective Keith Perry for another great hour of Lego building with a spin, literally! For each round, we'll use the spinner to determine the two builds that will be a part of that round. Kids will choose which of the two they want to build for the round, sit with others doing the same build, wait for the countdown, then start! Sometimes a timer will be involved, other times there may be changing of seats or a surprise twist that's added to the build. A special early release day program for children ages 7+. Registration required. Join us!
Harry Potter Book Club
Tuesdays, October 4, 18, 25 & November 1
Join Ms Sandie virtually via Zoom for a Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone book club for grades 3-5! Participants will have the opportunity to practice reading aloud to the group, but it will not be required. We will conclude with a film screening of Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone on Tuesday, November 8th at 5 PM in the library. (not virtual)
It’s S.T.E.A.M. Week!
October 17 - 22
Drop by the children’s room throughout the week for self directed, hands-on S.T.E.A.M. activities (science, technology, engineering, art, math). Activities include Snap Circuits, Code & Go Robot Mouse, Magnetic Science Kit, Geology Game, Human Anatomy Kit, plus activities using Magna Tiles, magnets and Legos. There will also be special book displays and STEAM activity sheets to take home.
Family StoryWalk and Owl Pellet Activity
Wednesday, October 26, 2 PM (early release day)
Families will meet-up at the Library then start off on a StoryWalk in the Gammino Pond Conservation Area led by Seekonk Conservation Agent, Jennifer Miller. After that it'll be back to the Library for an owl pellet dissection to piece together clues about what an owl eats! This program is sponsored by Seekonk Library, the Seekonk Conservation Commission and the Seekonk Cultural Council, part of the MA Cultural Council. Dissection is best suited for children ages 5+. A simple activity will be available for younger siblings.
Seekonk Library storytimes focus on talking, singing, reading, writing and playing- important principles for your child’s reading readiness.
Baby & Toddler Storytime
Mondays, October 3, 17, 24, 31 at 10 AM
Join Miss Sharon for a weekly storytime designed for children birth - 36 months old. The storytime will include a book or two followed by music, fingerplays, movement and yes, even bubbles! Held indoors in the Library's Meeting Room. Siblings always welcome. No registration required. Please bring your SAILS Library card so your child may take storytime books home.
Wednesdays, October 5, 12, 19 at 9:30 AM
Miss Sandie will read 2 - 3 stories and children will complete a related activity. Siblings welcome. Registration is not required, but please bring your SAILS library card to check out books to take home.
Trick or Treat Storytime
Wednesday, October 26 at 9:30 AM
Children ages 3-5 are invited to a Trick or Treat storytime. We'll be reading Halloween stories and trick or treating in the library. Costumes are encouraged. Registration is required. Please bring your SAILS library card to bring more books home and continue the storytime adventure.
Storytime on the Go
Starting Thursday, October 6
Create a storytime experience at home with Storytime On The Go packets. Each packet will include 6 books to check out plus an age appropriate early literacy activity.The early literacy activity will support one or more of the five early literacy practices: talking, singing, reading, writing and playing. Storytime On The Go packets are available for babies, toddlers or preschoolers- just choose the packet that's right for your child. Prefer to select your own items? Just choose 6 or more items to check out (picture books, juvenile nonfiction and/or juvenile magazines) then stop at the children's room desk to pick up an accompanying activity packet. For October, Storytime on the Go packets will be available starting Thursday, October 6. Drop in.
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