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Summer Learning Activities

THEME: YOUR STORY, YOUR STYLE

There are many different ways to tell your story and to express your personal style to the world! You could be a writer who tells stories or an artist who expresses themselves with colored pencils. You could be an amateur photographer who snaps selfies and pictures of the world around you. You could be a story teller that captivates an audience with spoken words, or a dancer who does it with the movement of your body. There are millions of ways to tell your story; you choose your own style.

Try out these self-expression activities this week. We’ve provided different activities for different ages below: 
 

Preschool level activity: Create a family mural.

Elementary level activity: Start your own family newsletter! Ask your child what has been important and exciting to them lately. It could be things that they did in school, a “review” of their favorite book, or just something silly that the dog did. Include photos or artwork from your kids.     

Middle school level activity: Make movie-style trailers for your favorite books!  

Check out these books:

And these websites:

CCPL Resource Spotlights

E-books

couple with tablet ebooks

Read a book anywhere, anytime for free by using CCPL's online digital library service. CCPL offers digital library services through Overdrive, Tumblebooks, Freading and One-Click.
Visit our e-books page
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Loud and Clear Magazine

Loud and Clear Summer 2017

Find out what's happening at CCPL!
Read the magazine.
 

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CCPL has a makerspace!

Makerspace project

A makerspace is a creative area, designed for people to work together on many different projects. Learn more... 

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Book Discussion Groups

Book group discussion 2
Share your passion for reading!
Discover new reads and new friends at a library near you.

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Story Times

 Story Times 

Our story times are developed by trained staff and focus on the skills every child should know so that when they enter school they are ready to learn to read.
Click here for more information. 

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