This fabulous craft is extremely simple, but the results can be really. versatile. The process is very simple, making this activity suitable for young children, but with a bit of strategic thinking, older children and adults can create something spectactular. Give it a try! You won't want to stop at just one.
Join Recreation Coordinators Kristine Stephenson and Tracy Cargo-White and Parksville Librarian Susan Pierce as they build terrariums. Terrariums can be made from all sorts of materials that you can find around your home and yard. Watch the video to learn more about how it’s done!
Try something new! Black out poetry is created by modifying a page from an old magazine or book page. It can be a fun way to test your brain. In this video, Susan, Tracy, and Kristine show you a few examples of how this can be done.
Intended for ages 10+.
Celebrate Poetry Month by creating a short and simple poem. In this video, learn about how you can repurpose old magazines, old books or articles into some spectacular poetry for your fridge. There are no limits on creativity! Intended for ages 7+.
Attract wild birds to your yard with these homemade bird feeders. This activity requires a stove and three simple ingredients.
Intended for ages 3+.Adult assistance required.
Some seeds are large and easy to handle, but other seeds are tiny and tricky to manage! Seed tape helps you measure out seeds to the perfect planting distance.
This simple activity is suitable for children, but may require some adult help to make the cornstarch glue on the stovetop.