While the library is closed, we’re offering virtual program opportunities to learn at home on our Facebook page!
Over the past week we put together a variety of science and art activities you can do at home with some common supplies. Watch the videos below to see what each activity is, and download our instruction guides with additional resources online here.
See what happens when you combine baking soda and vinegar, and learn how art and science projects are engaging activities for the whole family.
A fun activity you can do at home with a little bit of paint, sliced fruit and paper is citrus painting and stamping! Let the video be your guide to gather your supplies, how you can use fruit as a painting tool and what questions you can ask your painter while working on this masterpiece. When we do this art project during our Art Start program, we focus on open-ended art making with a variety of tools, so explore what you can do with fruit as a paint brush!
DIY Play Doh
Let’s make your own Play Doh with common household ingredients! You can use this dough for all sorts of fun activities, like creating shapes and letters, morphing blobs into art and more.