EVENTS FOR KIDS
Family Movie Night
Friday, January 25th at 6pm
Showing- Sgt. Stubby: An American Hero
“The true story of a stray dog who joins his new master on the battlefields of the First World War. For his valorous actions, Sgt. Stubby is still recognized as the most decorated dog in American history.”
AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAMMING
If your child needs to be picked up from the school, please read the information at the front desk with the signups
NEW! Mrs. Lindsey’s Candia Conservation Commission KIDS (CCC KIDS)
We are happy to announce that Judi Lindsey’s Candia Conservation Club has expanded to a second class for all those who are on the waiting list. There are 2 groups. Group 1 is the first group and group 2 is the waiting list. All of the classes are on Mondays from 3-4:30 pm. The children will be picked up by Judi at the school at 3pm, however, every parent will need to send a note to the Moore School with permission for their child to go with Judi on these dates:
Club Dates for Group 1: February 4th, March 4th, April 1st, May 6th, June 3rd
Club Dates for Group 2: February 11th, March 18th, April 15th, and May 20th
Learn about the animals and plants around you!
Magic the Gathering
First Wednesday of the month at 4pm. Bring your cards!
Every Monday at 6:30pm Starting in October unless closed.
Art Club (K-5)
First Thursday of each month at 3pm, kids will be learning about and recreating the work of different artists using different supplies including: coffee filters, canvas, yarn, and tissue paper.
Second and Fourth Thursday of each month at 3pm, this program combines Science, Technology, Engineering and Math by building, experimenting, and more.
Children’s Book Clubs Please see Reading Groups Page to find out book for the month.
Magic Tree House Book Club (K-2)
Third Thursday of each month at 3pm, kids discuss Magic Tree House books and play games and create crafts based on the theme of the book.
NEW Graphic Novel Book Club (5-7)
Second Wednesday of each month at 3pm, kids discuss a graphic novel and do a craft!
Simon Says, “Read”
Why is reading to a dog educational and fun? Because Simon is soft, furry and warm and he loves the attention you give him when you practice your reading out-loud skills! Reading is in the Children’s Library Room and is one-on-one with Ms. Gwen and Simon present. Parents and others must wait outside for their reader. Waiting list only, begins in October. See the circulation desk to sign up!
Stay tuned for our next session!
Story time with Jessica on Thursdays 10 am (ages preschool and babies welcome) year round.
Play with Snap Circuits on the second Friday of each month at 6:30pm!
Play with LEGOs on the third Friday of each month at 6:30pm!
Drop in Coloring night for all ages, all supplies provided, every Friday 6-7 pm. (packets also available for use in library anytime we are open)
1000 Books before Kindergarten
You may have noticed the Solar System on the walls of the Children’s Room. What is it for you ask? It’s our new 1000 Books before Kindergarten chart! Let your kids climb aboard a rocket ship with their name on it and watch them shoot through space all the way to Pluto!
Parents of children 0-5 sign up for the program and Smyth Library provides the parents with reading logs to track how many books they and others read to their children. When the families have reached 1,000 books before the child reaches kindergarten, they have successfully completed the program. Record keepsake books available now!
Book Reviews from Our Little Patrons!
“If you love adventures, I would recommend that you read “The Wishing Spell” from the Land of Stories series. Here is a preview of the first book. 12 year old twins, Alex and Connor, find a secret in their storybook. It leads them to another world- The Land of Stories. Having fallen into their book, Alex and her brother Connor, look for the ingredients for the spell to get them back home. Along the way, they meet people such as: Snow White, Cinderella, and other fairy tale characters. Unfortunately, the Evil Queen (aka, Snow White’s step mother) chases them in their search. Read on to discover what happens. This is an adventure-packed story you will definitely enjoy! There are several additional books in this series that follow along with their adventures.”- Elizabeth Jones, age 9
Check out the art work in our Children’s Room by Cub Scout Weblo Den!