Thank you for borrowing Teaching Aids!
Effective May 18th only 1 renewal per item will be allowed, making the maximum time this type of materials can be borrowed 6 weeks (3 weeks for the initial borrowing period and 3 weeks for the renewal)!

Thank you for using the CRC!

Stress Free Zone

Take a break from finals and come to the CRC.

We have table top and exercise activities for you to enjoy.

Come alone or bring your friends.

All are welcome!

Be Inspired!

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Stop by the CRC located on the second floor of the Jerome Library and Be Inspired!!!   We have a board of quotes and words of wisdom that you may read. This time of year can be rough as projects are due and exams are right around the corner.  Some of you may be graduating and thinking what is next? Feel free to add your own inspirational quote to the board.  These quotes and words of wisdom may be just what you need.

Laura Numeroff books in the CRC!

012Literacy in the Park

Saturday, April 11

10 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Stroh Center, BGSU

Featuring Author Laura Numeroff

The CRC will be there so stop by and say hi!

Come to the CRC and have a ball!


Toss it! Catch it! Locate your right thumb and discuss what is written on the panel beneath your thumb. You can use them in classrooms, meetings, workshops, camps and anywhere a group of people gather. The soft thumballs help get people talking. They develop Social, Cognitive, Motor and Communication skills and are just plain FUN! 

We just added thumballs written in French, Spanish and Chinese to this very popular collection.

Go to our catalog and type in thumball and see if we have a ball just right for you.

The CRC is priceless!


The CRC has all your money needs. We have books on what money is, following your money and what you would do if you made a million? We also have manipulatives to help make change, a video on economics for children, the game money sudoku and so much more.  Come in and check out our display and walk away with valuable resources.

We have more NEW teaching aids for you!


NEW teaching aids to check out!


Who are you?

In conjunction with this year’s common theme of “Who are you? Your choices, your identity, your future,” talk to your kids about who they are. Read the book “Who is Melvin Bubble?” by Nick Bruel. Your students will roll on the floor with laughter. After reading, you can talk about how each person can see you differently. Talk to your kids about seeing themselves through others’ eyes, and how their choices can affect how people view them in the future. Then you can do a project where they write their own story like Melvin Bubble’s where they interview their parents and their friends about themselves.


FREE Die Cutting! Today Only! Paper provided while supplies last!


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