ORL SA Branch books and activities for kids

April Lego 2016: Minions

Google’s definition of minion: “A follower or underling of a powerful person, especially a servile or unimportant one.”

Everyone had a blast creating something ‘Minion’ themed. Even the parents got involved!

 

Here are the pictures from our Spring Lego Club in March. Everyone who created something that tied into spring had their creation displayed in our cabinet for the month.

Spring Break at the Library

 origami-sun-free-vector-264x264[1]Origami for Kids (Ages 8-12)

Tuesday, March 22 @ 2:00

Origami, the art of paper folding, is a relaxing activity that can help boost memory and motor skills.  Learn to make paper figures with Eiko, who has been teaching Japanese culture in Salmon Arm for over 20 years.

This program is for children aged 8-12.

Registration is required.  Click here to register.   There is also a program on March 5 for adults – see above for details.

 

Games Day: Board Games

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Structured Game Days:

Thursday, March 24 at 2:30

Tuesday, March 29 at 11:00

Ardie will be available to teach game rules and play new games with youth from 2:30-3:30 on March 24 and from 11:00-12:00 on March 29.

 

Spring Scavenger Hunt

Come find the hidden pictures of Easter Bunnies dress up as characters from well know books.

Scavenger Hunt forms will be located in the Children’s Area and are available at any time during open hours from March 21 thorugh April 2.

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The theme for this month was: Bridge Building Challenge. We had a great group and a lot of fun, but not many bridges were built (unless you count making new friends and working together…which I do!)

Here’s a look at what the group created.

(Apologies for blurry pictures. My camera is still causing trouble.)

So sorry for not getting these photos up sooner. I was having issues logging into my blog. It looks like all is running smoothly again, which means you can now see all the marvelous creations the kids made last November and December.

November Theme:  Just Joking

 

December Theme: Winter Wonderland

Sorry for any blurry pictures. My camera is on the fritz.

Award winning author, Chris McMahen, presented an exciting program at the Salmon Arm Branch to 3 lucky classes today. Thanks to everyone who made this wonderful event possible!

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October’s Lego Builders group was great! It was fun to see all the kids and parents interacting and playing so well. Some builders were inspired by the Zombie Attack theme, while others’ followed a different creative muse. Everyone built amazing creations. Sadly, due to technical difficulties with my camera, I was unable to post everyone’s creation. Here are the pictures that worked out:

Registration for November’s Just Joking themed Lego Builders begins Thursday, October 29. Go to the link in the post below to register online.

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