We kick off our 31 Days, 31 Lists at the lowest age level imaginable. Finding quality board books for babies and toddlers is a challenge. It’s not enough to simply have thick pages. You need to be able to engage the interest and attention of someone who is still developing their visual and auditory processing skills.
From the CBC: Saskatoon is now home to what is believed to be the first library space in the province permanently dedicated to reconciliation. Today, Saskatoon's Frances Morrison Central Library will launch the Read for Reconciliation area.
Students who need community service hours, service-based school clubs, the sewing classes, plus, of course, teens who just want to help others are all among those who flock to the MakerCare section of Seymour’s ever-expanding maker space on the second floor of the sprawling suburban school.
La Table permanente de concertation des bibliothèques québécoises a récemment adopté la Déclaration des bibliothèques québécoises, un document riche, structurant et inspirant. Le message des milliers bibliothèques représentées par la Table s’adresse aux décideurs de toutes les allégeances et de toutes les sphères politiques, qu’elles soient provinciales, régionales, municipales ou scolaires, ainsi qu’aux citoyens utilisateurs des services et amateurs des bibliothèques. Ma bibliothèque, j’y vais!
Le Square, le projet de laboratoire multimédia destiné aux adolescents a ouvert ses portes à l'intérieur de la Grande Bibliothèque, et y restera le temps des travaux de rénovation bientôt prévus à la bibliothèque Saint-Sulpice.
At home and in my Teen MakerSpace, I find myself on an endless quest to figure out how to print from a mobile device like a tablet or smart phone. This is particularly true when it comes to Instagram pics. For a while I was quite happy using an app called Print Your Insta, but when Instagram updated the app was no longer compatible. Thus began a new quest for wifi printing options. My quest was arduous, but I managed to find an even better app that opened my world to new possibilities.
We are, after all, in the business of promoting books and reading as well as making. Also, some people are visual learners and books really work for them. In fact, on Thursday, a teen boy came into our Teen MakerSpace for the first time and he was excited about our maker collection; he walked out that evening with 10 books and said we had the best collection of books ever. Today, I am going to share with you the publishers I look to to help build this awesome collection.
When your kid shows interest in a popular phenomenon, usually there’s not much to understand—you just help them turn on the videos, and put the toys on their birthday wish list. But it’s a little trickier when your kid comes home and insists that they need to play Minecraft. You have some learning to do.
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