School’s out for summer, and kids everywhere are rejoicing. But it won’t be long until parents hear the dreaded “I’m bored.” Happily, the Seattle Public Library has plenty of enriching opportunities planned… and they are all FREE. Summer of Learning has something for everyone. This year’s theme is Make a Splash, and features wonderful art by local Native American artists!
Little ones can earn stickers for completing activities in our Early Learner Activity Guide.
The Reading Activity Card for school-aged kids challenges them to set their own daily reading goal (we suggest 20 minutes). After 10 days they can come into the library to collect a prize and add their name to our Wall of Fame.
Middle and High School students have their very own Teen Book Bingo, with activity and reading challenges they can complete to be entered into drawings for movie tickets and an iPad Mini.
Plus, all of these documents can be used as a free family pass to the newly remolded Burke Museum of Natural History and Culture on the University of Washington campus!
And don’t miss out on all the great events happening throughout the city.
Questions? Come on in to the Wallingford Library. We would be delighted to answer questions and make reading recommendations.