The Kids Library Club is designed to foster social connection for kids through fun learning activities. Using virtual video chat, kids are introduced to new concepts and ideas in fun and engaging ways. Topics range from a variety of educational disciplines such as science and technology, arts, social studies and more.
This week we will be exploring the topic of Art and Technology from the Ontario curriculum by developing, creating, and discussing photography. For this activity, the following supplies are required: a digital camera (ie. cellphone, tablet)
This program is geared towards children aged 10-12
The program will be conducted over the Zoom video platform. For instructions on how to use Zoom, please watch this video. Library staff will email the zoom link to all participants an hour before the program begins. You do not have to have a Zoom account to attend this program. However, if you do not have the software you will be prompted to download it when you click on the link provided. There is no charge for the download but it does take a few minutes to complete so please allow time before the start of the program to do so.
Please make sure that there is an adult nearby for the program to supervise your child to ensure best possible use of internet resources, maintaining respect for all participants, and to assist with technical issues. The Library cannot and does not act in place of, or absence of, a parent or legal guardian and is not responsible for enforcing restrictions which a parent or guardian may place upon a minor's use of this technology. By using the Library's services, the user agrees to abide by existing policies and guidelines.
Please consult our Internet Access and Acceptable Use Policy and Customer Code of Conduct for more information.