Lessons for the Week of November 28, 2022
Follow along with the Ann Arbor District Library to make mini creations from polymer clay.
ArchiTreks get kids excited about architecture, science, engineering, and more through fun and educational adventures as they explore and discover their surroundings.
A special kids’ block with exciting content from zoos, libraries, and more!
Cartoonist Joe Wos takes students through the creative steps of drawing cartoon characters.
A team of curious kids are summoned into cyberspace to outwit and outsmart the villain Hacker using math and problem-solving skills.
“InPACT at Home” is a home-based physical activity program that enables K-12 students to engage in physical activity and education.
Read stories and try hands-on STEM projects at Traverse City’s historic Opera House.
Engaging lessons help students build number sense and learn strategies for solving all kinds of math problems.
Introduce young children to important community helpers.
Find segments and resources from MLC’s amazing partners
Mindful practice tools to Pause, Own what we are feeling and Practice something to relax.
Kindergarten–3rd Grade learners build literacy skills with engaging ELA lessons.
English Language Development taught by Colorado master teachers that are aligned with Michigan Educational Standards.
Learn sign language right at home.