Storytime: Living Together
Join Mrs. L. in person or use Hoopla to read “Our World is a Family”
by Miry Whitehill
How many words can you make out of the word TOGETHER?
Hint: There are more than 10
Trace your arm and hand from the elbow down, then decorate it any way
you want. If you drop it off at the library, we will add it to our “masterpiece” Board.
Trivia: Name the two largest countries that border the United States.
Ans. Canada and Mexico
Storytime: Puzzling Together
Join Mrs. L. in person or use Hoopla to read “Who Done It?” by Oliver Tallec
To try your hand at online kids puzzles go to
Try 9 piece, 25 piece and 49 piece puzzles.
Put together a puzzle with friends or family.
Note: You can borrow puzzles from the library.
Who invented the jigsaw puzzle?
Ans. John Spilsbur, a London mapmaker around 1760.
Storytime: Celebrate Together
Join Mrs. L. in person or use Hoopla to read
“Cheer: A Book to Celebrate Community” by Uncle Ian Aurora
Try you hand at an online word search
Decorate a paper towel roll with colorful paper and stickers, then add
ribbon or streamers on one end and put a string handle on the other end.
Wave around to celebrate.
In 2026, the United States will be celebrating its semiquincentennial.
How many years will that be?
Ans. 250 years
Storytime: Building Together
Join Mrs. L. in person or use Hoopla to read “Built Together” by Mina Starsiak Hawk
Make a House online
Use Legos, Lincoln Logs or any other blocks to
build a house or any kind of structure.
What country gave us Legos?
Storytime: Playing Together
Join Mrs. L. in person or use Hoopla to read “Essie Otre Vez? (Again, Essie?)” by Jenny Lacika
Find an online word search or crossword puzzle on the Kidz Page:
Have a family game night (or day).
What city is represented on a Monopoly board?