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Returned items will remain on your record up to 1 week while they are in quarantine. 

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Adults, Teen Mania (Grades 6-12), Imagination Station (K – Grade 5), and Pre-K

Imagination Station Zoom (Grades K-5)

Tuesdays, 4:00 pm -4:45 pm join Ms. Amy on ZOOM

  • Imagination Station will be held
    every Tuesday on Zoom from 4:00 pm- 4:45 pm.
  • The 1st Tuesday of the month pick up your kit the week before.

 

  • Tuesday, Feb 23rd  Building Rollercoasters!

    Please provide your own Legos and/or other materials! Register by February 22nd for your ZOOM link.

 

Imagination Station Craft Kits (Grades K-5)

Grab & Go Kits for ages preschool through grade 5 @ your library! The packs include activities for your family to enjoy. New kits will be available the last week of the month and available while supplies last. Ask for a kit when you arrive for curbside pickup, or request a kit to be held for you by calling 508-885-7513 x2.

Book Kits (For Toddler-Grade 5)

March Kits Are Here!

Each kit contains: 1 book to keep, and 2 S.T.E.A.M. activities.
–Some adult help and supervision may be required–

Can You Help Harry?

Grades K-5 join Ms. Amy in an optional ZOOM
Tuesday, March 2nd from 4:00-4:45 pm.
(Register each participant separately)

Make a Thaumatrope Toddler-Grade 5 (No Zoom)

All ages can enjoy decorating and constructing an optical illusion toy.

Kits are available during curbside pick up Mondays-Wednesdays 10-4, and Thursdays 10-6.
Call 508-885-7513 ext.1 when you arrive for pickup.

Imagination Station & Grab and Go Kits Slide Show

  • Edible Craft: Microwaveable Donut in a Mug

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 Book Scavenger Hunt

Happy Winter Everyone,
We’ve missed creating in-person scavenger hunts for you in the children’s department.
Here is the next best thing–A virtual scavenger hunt that’s fun for the whole family!
**If you don’t have the book yourself, feel free to search our virtual catalog for ideas.

Virtual Book Scavenger Hunt
(Winter version)

Join us for our Winter 2020 home scavenger hunt!
Search your shelves and your memory
for books that fit the following criteria.

Send us your results at rslibraryma.org!

Find a book with the word “winter” within its pages. _________
A book that takes place during the winter. __________
A character who does not like winter or the cold. ___________________
A cookbook that features recipes with soups or hot drinks. ______________
A nonfiction book about animals or plants during the winter. ________
A book that is about a winter holiday. ______
A book that features a scene that takes place around the hearth or fireplace. ____
A nonfiction book about a winter sport. _____________
A book by an author who lives in a warm winter place. ______
An adventure book. _________________

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).