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Week Eight - Summer Challenge Virtual Programming

2020 Summer Challenge

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    10:00am
    Didgeridoo Down Under
    Monday, July 20 at 10am | The didgeridoo is known for its otherworldly sound, but Didgeridoo Down Under is much more than music. It’s interactive, educational, motivational and super fun – perfect for kids and families. The show includes a spellbinding segment of Australian mythological tales, interactive storytelling and more. Watch on Facebook until 10am on June 24th.
    2:00pm
    Subject Challenges
    The weekly subject challenges below are shared with the SC Facebook Group.
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    Noon
    Baby Storytime
    2:00pm
    Love Them Out Loud: Book Club for Babies + Toddlers
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    Noon
    Preschool Storytime
    2:00pm
    Love Them Out Loud: Book Club for Preschoolers
    6:00pm
    Family Storytime
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    10:00am
    Children's Book Talk
    Noon
    Children's DIY with DML
    6:00pm
    STEM Program for Children
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    2:00pm
    Just for Teens Book Talk
    4:00pm
    DIY with DML for Teens

    This Week's Featured Videos

    Here you can find the line up of this weeks videos for your kids to enjoy. They will be appear as scheduled above on YouTube and on our Facebook Group where you can interact and share our vidoes with others.

    Weekly Project Challenges

    Toddler:

    Build towers of different sizes using blocks or other small, light objects. Talk with your child about which towers are tallest, shortest, widest, and thinnest.

    Preschool:

    Choose an everyday object familiar to your child, such as their hand, a stuffed animal, or a crayon. Trace and cut out the object and use it to measure items around the home. For example, how many crayons long is the dog? How many of Dad’s shoes tall is the front door?

    K-3rd Grade

    Choose a recipe to make and put your child in charge of measuring ingredients. Discuss the types of measurements used in the recipe (volume, weight, time, etc.) and the tools used to measure them (measuring cups, scales, clocks, etc.).

    4th-6th Grade

    Choose a recipe with your child that they can make independently or together with you. Have your child adjust the yield of the recipe, halving or doubling it, and convert measurements as needed.

    7th-8th Grade

    Count a small package of multicolored candy, such as gummy bears or Skittles, by color. Calculate the color ratios in percent and fractions, then create a pie chart and bar graph of your results.

    9th-12th Grade

    Plan your dream vacation. Would you go with a group? If so, how many? Look up the price for plane tickets, hotels, food, car rental, and attractions. Add and multiply as needed to find out how much you’d need to save for your ideal getaway.

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