Programs For School-Age Students

Lakewood Public Library provides a wide variety of extended learning opportunities for elementary school children. Quality programs that provide positive child development and a wide range of age-appropriate programming choices are available and accessible when students are not in school.

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Illustration Creation CANCELLED

This program has been cancelled. We apologize for any inconvenience. At this time, all programs, events, classes and meeting room bookings have been suspended until further notice. Recovery groups will continue to meet and Homework Help will still be available for students. Read More

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Haiku and You

For Students in Third through Fifth Grade Celebrate poetry month by learning the art of writing a haiku. A simple formula of seventeen syllables spread over three lines of text creates a beautiful piece of poetry, the meaning of which can be deep, even though the words are few. If you can count, you can […] Read More

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Strokes of Genius

For Students in Second through Fourth Grade. Art Activities and stories will open up the picturesque world of art during this six-week program. Learn about various renowned artists and the different methods of expression they used, while creating and critiquing artwork of your own. This program culminates with an art show for family and friends. Read More

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Illustration Creation

For Students in Kindergarten through First Grade. Love to look at illustrations in picture books? You can create your own pictures in this engaging program featuring picture book art. This six-week program will feature a different children's book illustrator each week for project inspiration and will culminate with an art show for family and friends. […] Read More

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Art Connection

For Students in Kindergarten through Fifth Grade When children are given the opportunity to unleash their imagination and creativity, their confidence grows and their ability to excel in other educcational areas develops. Students can join us for a one-day program of art activities designed to let them express their view of the world. They will […] Read More

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Art Connection

For Students in Kindergarten through Fifth Grade When children are given the opportunity to unleash their imagination and creativity, their confidence grows and their ability to excel in other educcational areas develops. Students can join us for a one-day program of art activities designed to let them express their view of the world. They will […] Read More

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Strokes of Genius

For Students in Second through Fourth Grade. Art Activities and stories will open up the picturesque world of art during this six-week program. Learn about various renowned artists and the different methods of expression they used, while creating and critiquing artwork of your own. This program culminates with an art show for family and friends. Read More

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Illustration Creation

For Students in Kindergarten through First Grade. Love to look at illustrations in picture books? You can create your own pictures in this engaging program featuring picture book art. This six-week program will feature a different children's book illustrator each week for project inspiration and will culminate with an art show for family and friends. […] Read More

Strokes of Genius  featured image

Strokes of Genius

For Students in Second through Fourth Grade. Art Activities and stories will open up the picturesque world of art during this six-week program. Learn about various renowned artists and the different methods of expression they used, while creating and critiquing artwork of your own. This program culminates with an art show for family and friends. Read More

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Happy Chinese Workshop – Chinese Ink Painting

For Students in First through Sixth Grade. Chinese ink painting is one of the oldest continuous artistic traditions in the world. Painting in the traditional style is known today in Chinese as guo'hua', meaning national or native painting. This traditional painting is done with a brush dipped in black ink. In this workshop you will […] Read More