Ways to build empathy and compassion through the books featured on the children’s stage of the 2021 National Book Festival.
Using Library bookplates and other collections for your own collection of books.
This is a guest post by Amy Ribakove, a Young Readers Center intern who is currently pursuing an MLIS at Pratt Institute. This September she begins her first year as the school librarian at International School of Brooklyn. Special thanks to Sara W. Duke, Curator of Popular & Applied Graphic Art in the Prints & Photographs Division […]
In this post, a former Teaching with Primary Sources intern shares examples of monuments and memorials that are represented in the Library’s online collections, with some activities and discussion prompts for children and families.
An invitation to listen together to recordings in the Library’s collections that use the clave, a percussion instrument often used in Afro-Cuban music.
Lemonade recipes with a side of history from the Library’s collections.
Using the Library’s collections, children can practice their skills in measurement and calculating area using the same methods as early surveyors, including George Washington.
Final post in a series related to educational videos on percussion that offer a way of engaging with one’s environment musically.
Part 4 of a series of blog posts related to educational videos on percussion that offer a way of engaging with one’s environment musically.
In this summer-themed post, a former Teaching with Primary Sources intern at the Young Readers Center presents some historical primary sources related to hot dogs.