Archive for June, 2015

Inch by Inch

It is a great time to learn about measuring with these cute little inch worms. In this kit, you will find transparent inch worms to lay on your worksheet, inch worm rulers, inch worm stamps, and inch worms that snap together to help you measure. Also you have this great inchworm activity guide, so you […]

What’s That Wednesday: Patriotic Style

Did you know that the CRC has a Constitution that not only helps you learn about our government, but one that you can actually sign? With the Fourth of July coming up, it is a great time to learn about our government and how the U.S. came to be! Come check out our Constitution, as […]

Come in and Read!

Spring is over, and summer is finally here! Time to bring out those swimsuits, suntan lotion, and hit the beach! The CRC has many summer reading books for children of all ages. Stop by today and check one out! Written by CRC Student, Ta’Shay

Summertime Reading

No need to pack a bag and travel this summer. Just head to your library and check out some books. Every book is an exciting adventure without ever leaving your home.

Fresh Veggies Day

Today is Fresh Veggies Day! To celebrate maybe stop a farmers’ market or the grocery store and pick up your favorite veggies and make a dish to share.  At the CRC, we have tons of fun manipulatives you can use and lots of books about farming, vegetables, and cooking. Come check out what we have […]

Colorful Experiments

 Looking to bring color into your summer? What if we said you could do with the color black? Is black even a color? Click on the link for a colorful #ScientificSaturday science experiment, or come to the CRC to discover many Teaching Aids  and books about color! For example, Mouse Paint is a great book […]

June is Gay Pride Month

Looking for ways to incorporate materials that explore issues of family, identity, stereotyping, relationships, and discrimination into your curriculum? Check out some of these CRC resources:  Michael Hall’s Red:  A Crayon’s Story is a 2015 picture book that explores stereotyping and identity. It has gotten great reviews (as collected in Children’s Literature Comprehensive Database: http://www.clcd.com/ – /singlebook/LeROLNJNJQhKfmKj; if accessing […]

Spacing out!

On this day, in 1931, the 1st rocket-powered aircraft design was patented by Robert Goddard.  With his work, many space crafts and work in space would not have happened.  His work was so well respected in early astronautics that after his death there was a formal dedication to him for his work with NASA’s Goddard Space Flight […]

Study Now!

Are you getting ready for the Ohio Assessment for Educators (OAE) exam this summer? Well if you are, the CRC wants you to know that we have study materials for you that check out for 3 days! Just ask for them at the CRC circulation desk! #bgsucrc #oae #study #prep #ShelfieSunday

SOAR into a Great New Year

Are you an incoming freshman here for SOAR and registering for classes? Come check out the CRC on the second floor of the library for cool games and other fun items that are available for check out! #SOAR#FalconFriday #bgsucrc

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