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Camp Wonderopolis in libraries: Clinton Hill Library

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Clinton Hill library, located in New York, was one of three libraries across the country to be awarded a grant to be a Camp Wonderopolis site. Brian Muldoon, Children’s Librarian, shared the following about their program. We are thrilled to be partnering with the National Center for Families Learning this summer! As a library situated… Read more »

Camp Wonderopolis in libraries: Jan Moran Collier City Learning Library

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Jan Moran Collier City Learning Library, located in Florida, was one of three libraries across the country to be awarded a grant to be a Camp Wonderopolis site. The library staff shared the following about their program. “Music is a moral law.  It gives soul to the universe, wings to the mind, flight to the… Read more »

Camp Wonderopolis in libraries: Lincoln Heritage Public Library part 2

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Lincoln Heritage Public Libraries, located in Indiana, was one of three libraries across the country to be awarded a grant to be a Camp Wonderopolis site. Abby Galyan, Youth Librarian shared the following about their program. Camp Wonderopolis has been amazing for our small public library this summer. So many parents, grandparents, aunts, uncles, and… Read more »

Camp Wonderopolis in libraries: Lincoln Heritage Public Library

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Lincoln Heritage Public Libraries, located in Indiana, was one of three libraries across the country to be awarded a grant to be a Camp Wonderopolis site. Abby Galyan, Youth Librarian shared the following about their program. Camp Wonderopolis has been amazing for our small community!  We are a very rural Public Library system and to… Read more »

Free, digital education program designed to combat summer learning loss

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Families can take learning on-the-go this summer with a new app for Camp Wonderopolis®, a free, fun, online education program. For children, the digital camp fuels curiosity and engages their interest in the ‘why’ behind everyday things. Meanwhile, parents can see how the program combats summer learning loss. While Camp Wonderopolis is available online, the… Read more »

Camp Wonderopolis funding opportunity for libraries announced

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Thanks to the support of Better World Books, the National Center for Families Learning (NCFL) is again offering libraries across the U.S. the opportunity to apply for funding to implement Camp Wonderopolis programming. Three libraries will be selected to receive a $3,000 grant, training to implement Camp Wonderopolis programming, and Campsite Kits, and will have… Read more »

Wonderopolis® announces dynamic group of ambassadors

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We are thrilled to announce the lineup of Wonderopolis Lead Ambassadors for the 2017-2018 school year! We carefully select a small number of experienced and passionate educators to represent Wonderopolis in their schools and communities, on social media, and as featured bloggers on the Wonder Ground. Please meet our highly qualified team: Leticia Citizen (@citizensowls, website), 5th grade… Read more »

Guest Post: Building together, from the ground up!

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This summer, three libraries across the nation were awarded $3,000 grants, NCFL training, and Campsite Kits to implement Camp Wonderopolis® programming, thanks to generous support from Better World Books. These libraries provided Maker activities exclusively found in the Family Campsite Kit and suggested book pairings for each of the six Camp Wonderopolis tracks online. In this guest blog post,… Read more »

Guest Post: Camp Wonderopolis® provides fun summer learning for Texas families

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This summer, three libraries across the nation were awarded $3,000 grants, NCFL training, and Campsite Kits to implement Camp Wonderopolis® programming, thanks to generous support from Better World Books. These libraries provided Maker activities exclusively found in the Family Campsite Kit and suggested book pairings for each of the six Camp Wonderopolis tracks online. In this guest blog post,… Read more »

Guest Post: Families at Kentucky library unlock mysteries of Ancient Egypt during Camp Wonderopolis®

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This summer, three libraries across the nation were awarded $3,000 grants, NCFL training, and Campsite Kits to implement Camp Wonderopolis® programming, thanks to generous support from Better World Books. These libraries provided Maker activities exclusively found in the Family Campsite Kit and suggested book pairings for each of the six Camp Wonderopolis tracks online. In… Read more »