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Library Science 101 Infographic. I need to show this to everyone who thinks all I do is read at my job.

Library Science 101 Infographic. I need to show this to everyone who thinks all I do is read at my job.

Love this easy science experiment idea for kids! Melting rainbows is a simple science activity that uses common household ingredients and is quick and easy to set up. It's perfect the perfect project for preschool and kindergarten children!

Melting Rainbow Preschool Science Experiment

Love this easy science experiment idea for kids! Melting rainbows is a simple science activity that uses common household ingredients and is quick and easy to set up. It's perfect the perfect project for preschool and kindergarten children!

So this is a summer program we’ve been hosting for 4 years now.  I’m extra proud of this one because it’s the first program I came up with that I didn’t first steal from Pin…

So this is a summer program we’ve been hosting for 4 years now. I’m extra proud of this one because it’s the first program I came up with that I didn’t first steal from Pin…

A fitting table for the local library, or a new use for old encyclopedias

A fitting table for the local library, or a new use for old encyclopedias

Bring nature and culture from around the world to your students—and skip the costs. The Virtual Field Trips collection offers apps, videos, and Multi-Touch books from places like MoMA, the Smithsonian, the Met, the Palace of Versailles, the Grand Canyon, the U.S. National Archives, the Library of Congress, and the Royal Opera House. Whether you’re teaching the arts, history, or the sciences, these resources present opportunities for interactive activities in almost any lesson.

Bring nature and culture from around the world to your students—and skip the costs. The Virtual Field Trips collection offers apps, videos, and Multi-Touch books from places like MoMA, the Smithsonian, the Met, the Palace of Versailles, the Grand Canyon, the U.S. National Archives, the Library of Congress, and the Royal Opera House. Whether you’re teaching the arts, history, or the sciences, these resources present opportunities for interactive activities in almost any lesson.

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