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Creative Explorers

Become a Creative Explorer! 

Creative Explorers is a programme of creative activities, led by professional artists, designed for children, young people and families to take part and have fun creating, using a variety of new & exciting methods.creative explorers logo

Each programme will link with our Library themes which kicks off with this year’s Summer Reading Challenge ‘Silly Squad’. For the next 8 weeks, we will be posting weekly creative activities to accompany the ‘Silly Squad’ theme and encourage children age 4 and upwards to become ‘Creative Explorers’ to:

  • discover new and exciting ways to express themselves through a range of art forms
  • explore a variety of resources and methods of creating – using objects and materials easily found at home
  • be inspired by the books they are reading, thinking about what they love about them, what makes them laugh? why are they silly?
  • learn about different artists and art forms and widening their experience and understanding of arts and creativity.

Look out for new posts on Monday mornings starting Monday 27 July on our Libraries Facebook page.

Activities will also be posted on our new Library Activity Resource website each week so parents and guardians can get notifications via email and be able to download each activity to print.

View further information on our website.

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