Beanstack is a free service provided by the Plymouth District Library to help families discover books based on your child's age and interests.
Once you sign up, Beanstack will send you a weekly email with a book recommendation, a learning tip and a library program suggestion. You will also have access to tools that help you keep track of what books have been read, booklists and more!
1000 Books Before Kindergarten
The Plymouth District Library is proud to be part of The 1000 Books Foundation and their program 1000 Books Before Kindergarten We will have information, reading logs and booklists to help get you started. Then every time your child reaches 100 books, come back to the Library, show us your reading log and get a bookmark and sticker for your child.
STEM Looks at Brains!
Get an inside look at a brain.
Students from Canton High School's S.T.E.M. Academy will be here on Thursday, February 11 from 4:00 - 5:30 pm.
Kids in grades 4 -8 will learn about the different parts of the brain and how brains work. Everyone will get a chance to see some animal brains up close.
We'll have brain food and snacks to enjoy too.
Sign-up is requested by phone at 734.453.0750, ext. 4, or online.
(We know that some elementary students will arrive a little later. We will save a spot for them.)
STEM Science Saturdays
New Morning School will be here to share educational methods developed by Swiss scientist Jean Piaget with children, ages 5-11. Children should plan to attend with a parent or guardian and will receive take-home materials.
Dancing Dots Saturday, March 5, 2 – 3 p.m. How can bits of paper get up and dance? See how you can make paper dots move without even touching them.
Registration for these programs is limited to 25 children. Registration begins the prior Saturday at the Youth Services desk or by phone at 734-453-0750, #5.