Kids Bored? The L.A. Library Offers Activity Suggestions: 

The reading challenge is still underway through August 31. Visit: lapl.org/summer.

CLOUD CHALLENGE:

Ms. Anna-Marie from the Robertson Branch will teach children the different types of clouds and their names at 4 p.m. on Monday, August 3, on Zoom. This activity is recommended for ages 6 and older. Email afarquhar@lapl.org for the link and a list of craft supplies.

MAKE RECYCLED ORIGAMI:

“Upcycle” used paper to create art. Demonstrations and suggestions will be given at 4 p.m. on Tuesday, August 4 on Instagram @lapubliclibrary.

TIPS FOR EARLY LEARNING:

Look for shapes while you go for a walk. Ask your youngsters, “What shapes are the signs?” “Can you find a circle, a triangle, or a star?” Shapes are all around us, on the sidewalk, on buildings, on vehicles and in nature.

DRAW & TALK:

Talk to you child as they draw. Ask open-ended questions that can’t be answered with a simple “yes” or “no”. What are you drawing? How did you think of that? Why did you choose that color? Can you tell me a story about your picture? Have fun drawing your own picture and model answering your own questions.

CREATIVE WRITING CONTEST:

The Friends of the Palisades Library are sponsoring a writing contest for grades 1-12 that is open to all youth in Los Angeles. Entries can be short stories, essays or poetry. The theme this year is “Surprise Us!” and prizes will be awarded in each age category. Visit: friendsofpalilibrary for entry information.

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