Archive | Children’s

Engineering is Elementary

If you’ve ever watched children at play, you know they’re fascinated with building things—and with taking things apart to see how they work. In other words, children are natural-born engineers. Located in the Parenting Collection, 15 volumes of the  Engineering is Elementary (EiE) Curriculum are waiting to be discovered and checked out.  EiE was developed […]

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Join us For Brain Building in Progress Week!

The Attleboro Public Library is joining communities across the state to recognize the importance of early child development. Governor Patrick has declared April 5-12, 2014 “Brain Building in Progress Week” in Massachusetts, in further support of the statewide campaign led by the Department of Early Education and Care and United Way to bring together local […]

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Kid Scientists

The Attleboro Library and STEM

For the last three years, Attleboro Public Library has been supporting local STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math) efforts through programming, staff training and materials purchasing.  The public library has great potential for STEM programming because it taps into children’s natural interests while also facilitating informational learning.  The library has the capability to introduce families to […]

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Home Schooling? Fill out our survey!!

The Attleboro Library is working toward improving our services to home schooling families.  We are asking all local home schooling families to complete this short survey.  By doing so, we, as a Library, can more effectively meet your education needs. The multiple choice survey will require about 10 minutes for you to complete.  Participation in […]

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