Summer Science Programs
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All programs are part of the Suez Water Education Program
Thursday, August 13 at 1pm
How does a bug seem to walk on the surface of the water? Why do water droplets cling to a glass? Children will explore the structure and behavior of a water molecule and be
given instructions for water experiments that can be done at home.
The Blue Planet (Rescheduled)
Thursday, August 20 at 1pm
Grades K - 5
How much of the earth is covered by fresh water and salt water? Children will learn about the water on earth and create a water conservation poster to hang at the library.
July 27 through July 31, everyday from 1-2:30 pm
Limited to 12 participants.
This program will teach kids how to code in Scratch while educating them on the effects of cyberbullying. Kids will storyboard their ideas, create graphics, and code their own games.
Digital Arts is providing this program in partnership with AT&T and The Westchester Library System.
Follow the link to a monthly review of the best children's books.
Do you miss building with your friends at the library?
Click on the image for a pdf of 12 LEGO Ways to Beat Boredom from DK Publishing.
Awesome Science for Kids
Looking for some fun science to do while staying at Home?
Check out these fun downloadable pdfs with some great backyard science from DK Publishing's Stay Home Hub. Click on the titles below to get started.
Ardsley Public Library Collage by Michael Albert