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Week Three - Summer Challenge Virtual Programming

2020 Summer Challenge

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    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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    TEENS
    We encourage Teens to catch up on Career Adventures Camp videos today and explore your future options more using one of our online tools here.

    This Week's Featured Videos

    Here you can find the line up of the Week Three 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 - Life Science

    Baby/toddler:

    Help your child count the trees in your yard or on your street. How many did you find? Which tree is the tallest? Which tree is the widest?

    Preschool:

    Make bark rubbings by placing paper against different trees and rubbing a crayon on the paper. Discuss the differences in the trees' bark. Are some trees rougher or smoother than others? Help your child write words that describe the bark patterns on the rubbing paper.

    Early Elementary (K - 3rd Grade):

    Investigate how tree roots “drink” by holding the corner of a paper towel in a cup of water. You may add a drop or two of food coloring to the water so the change is easier to see.

    Older Elementary (4th - 6th Grade):

    Find 3-4 leaves and glue or tape them to paper, then identify and label them using a field guide or the Arbor Day Foundation's online guide.

    Middle School (7th - 8th Grade):

    This week, we challenge you to imagine your story when you watch our Career Adventures Camp, a career exploration video series made just for teens.

    High School:

    This week, we challenge you to imagine your story when you watch our Career Adventures Camp, a career exploration video series made just for teens.

     

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