For 2nd-4th graders
|Kawai, Ritsuko||The Adventures of Hamtaro|
|Wise, William||Christopher Mouse: The Tale of a Small Traveler|
For 4th-6th graders
|Allende, Isabel||Kingdom of the Golden Dragon|
|Alton, Steve||The Malifex|
|Ashby, John||Sea Gift|
|Bledsoe, Lucy Jane||The Antarctic Scoop|
- Bethany Robert's Easter Fun for Kids Activities, games, stories and poems.
- Billy Bear's Happy Easter Games, online coloring book, crafts.
- Easter Fun at PrimaryGames Games, coloring pages and stationary.
- Egg-celent Easter Animated stories, coloring pages and games for little ones at this site from Lil' Fingers.
- Children's Haiku Garden A collection of haiku verse and illustrations by children from all over the world.
- Giggle, Giggle, Snicker, Laugh! Poetry from teacher and author Robert Pottle
- Giggle Poetry Read poetry, learn how to write your own, author interviews
- Magnetic Poetry Just like the refrigerator magnet poetry, use your mouse to move tiles around to create your own poem on a theme, or unscramble classic Nursery Rhymes.
Programs for Parents and Caretakers
Grandparent Fun @ the Canton Public Library
Do you watch your grandchildren on a regular basis? Looking for something fun and different to do with them? Want to meet other grandparents who babysit too? The CPL Grandparents Group provides fun activities for you and your grandchildren.
Online Registration Alert!
- All kids MUST have their own library card and have it registered with Canton Public Library's system to register for any Children's or Tween program.
- Registration begins two weeks prior to the program.
- No phone registration will be accepted.
- Add your email address to your child's library card to get storytime and other programming updates.
- American Sign Language Dictionary
- Picture Dictionary
- Little Explorers Picture Dictionary
- Morse Code & Phonetic Alphabets
- Rhyming Dictionary
- Webster's Dictionary
- Acronym Finder
Directions: Print out dinosaur finger puppets. Color and cut out each puppet on the dotted lines. Use a pencil to punch a hole through the center of the circles. Place your first two fingers through the holes of a puppet to form the legs. Make the puppet move by moving your fingers. You can tell a story with your puppets.