Amy reads How Rocket Learned to Read, written and illustrated by Tad Hills and published by Schwartz & Wade. All Rocket wants to do is chase sticks and nap by his favorite tree, but one day a little bird flies in and declares that she’s a teacher, and Rocket is going to be her first student. How will she win over Rocket and teach him the joys of reading? After the story, learn how to make your own cute bird … Read More
Here are the answers for Week 2 of February’s At-Home Road Trip ticket book. Remember, to receive credit for this week, a parent, guardian, or other responsible adult must sign your page to confirm that you filled in the answers before the answers were posted. Click the post title for the full answers.
Amy reads George Washington’s Teeth, written by Deborah Chandra and Madeleine Comora with illustrations by Brock Cole. The first President’s teeth were famously bad, and a common American folk legend has it that he had dentures made out of wood. This rhyming story has the facts about George’s teeth and what they’re really made from. After the story, Amy demonstrates how to make an early American-style tricorne hat with a curly wig.
Here are the answers for Week 1 of February’s At-Home Road Trip ticket book. Remember, to receive credit for this week, a parent, guardian, or other responsible adult must sign your page to confirm that you filled in the answers before the answers were posted. Click the post title for the full answers.
AARP and Age-Friendly Greater Pittsburgh want to hear from you about ways to make our region a better place to live.
Allegheny County residents ages 45 and older are invited to complete a 15-minute survey and share your opinions about what you’ll need as you get older.
Take the survey online, or call 412-209-2273.
Amy reads Little i, written and illustrated by Michael Hall, published by Greenwillow Books. Little i lives on an island with the other letters of the alphabet, until one day his dot falls off, rolls down a hill, over a cliff, and into the sea. Leaving the other letters behind, little i sets out on a journey through the distant lands of punctuation. But what he finds surprises him. After the story, you can learn to look the part of … Read More