Through a series of four interactive workshops, students will get to meet the U-M faculty or alumni who work in the STEM related fields every day. They are also given tools to help them take charge of their educational future and given assistance in setting realistic goals to get them into STEM fields in college.
The program begins with a U-M campus visit in Ann Arbor for each student and one caregiver. A bus will leave from Canton Public Library at 9 AM on Saturday, April 26. After a visit to a working science lab, campus tour, lunch with faculty and students and presentations by U-M admissions staff, the bus will return to the library around 3:00 PM.
In order to win you need to do four things:
- Pick up the 2-page hand-out at the circulation desk and complete it.
- Create a map of your spy route.
- Keep a journal/notebook of your own and make a spy entry everyday.
- If you used spy gadgets, write about them in your journal.
All entries will be judged by our expert spies. They will be looking for all four items to be completed, originality of spy route map and uniqueness of daily journal entries.
Looking for ideas? Check out the library's Harriet the Spy display, books and videos.
Happy spying! Don't get caught!
Fletcher and the springtime blossoms by Julia Rawlinson ; pictures by Tiphanie Beeke
10 hungry rabbits: counting & color concepts by Anita Lobel
999 frogs wake up by Ken Kimura ; illustrated by Yasunari Murakami
The second line [sound recording]: scarf activity songs by Johnette Downing — Dance along and wave scarves to the track "Flitter Flutter." Don't have scarves like the ones we use at our library storytimes? Any piece of light fabric will do the trick - even a washcloth or a clean dust cloth!
Singable songs for the very young [compact disc] by Raffi — Sing along to Raffi's upbeat version of "Mr. Sun."
Cecilia Escobar is a bookbinder artist who loves to play with paper and the endless possibilities that this media offers. A Canton resident, she is an advocate of the arts in all forms. This program is presented through a partnership with the Canton Commission for Culture, Arts & Heritage. Registration is required.
Program times are as follows:
[P1010308 by The Reptilarium is licensed under CC BY - SA 2.0]
Registration begins Tuesday, March 25
Session begins Tuesday, April 15, 10:00 AM.
The character of god (CD) [sound recording] by Seeds Family Worship
Desert island disc (CD) [sound recording] by Recess Monkey
Ladybug music green collection (CD) [sound recording] by Ladybug Music
The lego movie score (CD) [sound recording] by Mark Mothersbaugh
Mr. peabody & sherman score (CD) [sound recording] by Danny Elfman
My car by Byron Barton
Freight train by Donald Crews
Join us on Saturday, March 22 from 10:00 AM-12:00 PM as a team of National Honor Society students teach about and celebrate cultures from around the world.
[Savoir-Vivre International flag endpapers by Crosset Library in licensed under CC BY-SA2.0]
Join us for a belated celebration of Dr. Seuss’ birthday as Reading Month comes to a close. This time-honored storyteller would have been 110 years old this year! Children in grades K-2, with a caregiver, are welcome to enjoy stories, crafts, and games. Come prepared to sing an enthusiastic rendition of Happy Birthday.
Date: March 31
Time: 6:30-8:30 PM
Place: Purple Room