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School Summer Reading Requirements 2022

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All Ages

August 9  (Toddler-Gr. 5) 4:30-5:30,  (Teens/Adults) 6:00-7:00
Wildlife Encounters at Spencer Fish And Game

August 16 (Toddler-Teens) 

Juniper Farms Ice Cream Truck (2:00 pm)

 

AND

Magic Fred (2:30 pm – 3:30 pm)

Location: Powder Mill Park

                                            

Pick a Pack Adventure Kits (geared to grades K-5)

Travel to a new place with each kit!

August/September:

Fairytales

Trains, Planes and Boats

So You Like to Cook?

Back to School

Body Business

Creepy Crawlies

 

*Each kit contains: 5 books, 1 or 2 DVDs, coloring pages, and other activities.

Borrow for 3 weeks (Must be picked up and returned in person to Richard Sugden Library Children’s Desk— please do not put them in the drop box.)

 

Fun On-line Puzzles for Kids and Families

On-line puzzles created by Miss Amy. See all “Spencer MA Library”  kids puzzles. Puzzle # 1

 

 Puzzle #2

 Puzzle #3

 

Design your own kids puzzleClick the link. Then, at the top, right of the page, sign in, or sign up for your free account.  Make your puzzle and share it with your friends and family and us!

Virtual Imagination Station (Grades K-5)

Grammar Blast: Answer 10 questions and earn up to 100 game points. To play just choose a quiz below. Grade 2, Grade 3, Grade 4, and Grade 5.

Typing Club: Learn typing for free!

NASA Kids Club: A place to play games and learn about NASA.

ABC Mouse Age of Learning’s award winning online curriculum includes 5000+ interactive books, educational games, puzzles, and other learning activities for ages 2-7+.

DK Findout: Fun information on lots of subjects!

Nickelodeon:  Find all your favorite Nick shows, videos and games.

Sesame Street: contains coloring pages, make-your-own story and games, featuring big Bird, Elmo, Cookie Monster and friends!

Funology: Filled with magic tricks, secret codes, wacky facts, games, recipes, art and science!

Past Program Recordings and Slideshows

Unattended Child Policy

The responsibility for the safety of children in the library rests with the parent/caregiver: not with library personnel. Children 10 years of age or younger must be accompanied by a parent or adult caregiver while in the library. The parent or caregiver must be in the immediate vicinity of and in visual contact with the child, (see librarian for the complete policy).