Funatomy

Join us for this interactive program to learn about the human body! On July 26-30 from 10 AM to 12 PM, MAHS students Aarav Surapaneni and Niko Moore will teach kids in grades 3-5 about anatomy, covering different body parts Read More …

Science on the Go

Can’t make it to Saturday Science or not ready to join in person programs? Register for Science On the Go to receive a kit to do the same experiment!  On July 19, kids in grades K-4 will get a kit about acids and bases. Read More …

Saturday Science

Join us in person for Saturday Science on the patio. On July 17 at 10 AM, kids in grades K-4 will experiment with acidic and basic reactions. Caregiver must accompany child. Masks must be worn over the face and nose. Read More …

Knock-Out Non-Fiction: Ocean Creatures

In this Knock-Out Non-Fiction, Miss Megan and Miss Nicole swim with the creatures of the ocean. In this video, Miss Megan reads A Baby Sea Otter Story by Martha EH Rusted, Baby Dolphin’s First Swim, and The Blue Whale by Read More …

Knock-Out Non-Fiction: Weather

In this Knock-Out Non-Fiction, Miss Megan and Miss Sarah explore the weather. In this video, Miss Megan reads Totally Amazing Facts About Weather by Jaclyn Jaycox and Raindrops on a Roller Coaster: Hail by Belinda Jensen & Renee Kurilla. In Read More …

Science Experiments with Miss Sarah: Eggscellent Science

With Easter on the way, Miss Sarah shows you the effect vinegar has on calcium in these eggs-periments. Share your comments, including what you’d like to see, on our Children’s Department Facebook page. Support our library by sharing our posts Read More …

Knock-Out Non-Fiction: Dinosaurs

In this new series for elementary-age kids, Knock-Out Non-Fiction, we pair non-fiction books with an art/science component. Our first subject is dinosaurs! In the first video, Miss Megan reads How the Dinosaur Got to the Museum by Jessie Hartland. In Read More …

Science Experiments with Miss Sarah: Daffodil Dissection

Miss Sarah is back with a scientific demonstration about plant anatomy. Share your comments, including what you’d like to see, on our Children’s Department Facebook page. Support our library by sharing our posts and websites, borrowing digital items, or donating Read More …

Kitchen Science at Home: Exothermic reaction

In today’s Kitchen Science at Home video, Miss Sarah shows you how to make an exothermic reaction. Share your comments, including what you’d like to see, on our Children’s Department Facebook page. Support our library by sharing our posts and websites, borrowing Read More …

Science Experiments with Miss Sarah: Density

Miss Sarah is back with a super simple science experiment demonstrating density with household items. Share your comments, including what you’d like to see, on our Children’s Department Facebook page. Support our library by sharing our posts and websites, borrowing Read More …