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Sense & Science-Ability at the library

Kids tested all five of their senses earlier this week at our Main Branch. They needed to identify mystery flavors, mystery smells, mystery sounds, and even mystery feels, and they could only use one sense at time. The young scientists sniffed cotton … Continue reading

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Full STEAM Ahead returns to Mentor Library

Full STEAM Ahead is back! That means kids can learn about science and other STEAM components during our special monthly series, which returns next week. The series begins with a focus on science. Kids from first through fifth grade can perform … Continue reading

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Best of Hoopla: Science

Do you love Hoopla yet? You can use it to stream everything from your St. Patrick’s Day playlist to Sesame Street. You can watch a monster-movie marathon or Disney classics any time and anywhere you have Wi-Fi. And it’s all … Continue reading

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Dinosaurs in Ohio? 5 Facts about Ohio Fossils

Bill Urbanski, a docent from Cleveland Natural Natural History, visited us Monday to talk about some of the fossils found in Ohio. And, while we couldn’t possibly share everything we learned, here are a few fun facts. 1. No dinosaur … Continue reading

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Celebrating super science at our Headlands Branch

Kids learned about chemical reactions on Saturday at our Headlands Branch. The children combined different substances to make them erupt, inflate, and explode. They: built volcanoes out of potting soil and filled them with baking soda, vinegar, food coloring, and … Continue reading

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