Hands-on Literacy and Math Kits
Literacy is vital to lifelong success, and we know that people learn in different ways. Kinesthetic learning (movement) and tactile learning (touch) are two learning styles that can be used to complement visual and auditory learning.
The Library now has hands-on literacy and math kits that will support these additional learning styles. Designed primarily for children in preschool and elementary school, each kit comes in a clear plastic backpack, and includes activities and resources to help teachers and caregivers create and share learning experiences.
Click here for a complete list of the Hands-on Literacy and Math Kits that are available to check out.
Hands-On Literacy Kits were made possible in part through a generous gift by Barak Rosenshine.
Hands-On Math Kits were made possible in part through a generous gift by the PBS/Ready to Learn Grant and WILL-TV.
Exploration Kits assist children in learning math and science concepts in early childhood. They are conveniently packaged in a tub that contains picture books, an activity guide, and hands-on items for use in activities with children, including simple tools.
Click here for a complete list of the Exploration Kits.