Miss Humblebee’s Academy is a fun, interactive, and award-winning, online kindergarten-readiness learning solution for children ages 3 to 6. With hundreds of lessons in Math, Science and Social Studies, Language and Literacy, Art, and Music, the curriculum increases in difficulty as the user progresses through the program. Miss Humblebee’s Academy assess cognitive skills at regular intervals for measurable improvement toward kindergarten readiness and offers a developmental observation checklist allowing parents to review and record social and emotional growth as an additional condition of preparedness. Parents can track their child’s learning outcomes through weekly progress reports that are emailed and available online 24/7.
Miss Humblebee’s Academy can be accessed at the library, home, or on-the-go via smart phones, iPads, and tablets. Approximately twenty percent of the curriculum is available offline in the form of printables and practice worksheets.
Special Thanks to the Calloway County School District School Readiness Team!
A one-year subscription for Miss Humblebee’s Academy (October 2019-2020) has been provided with School Readiness Summit Grant Funds.
Emergent learners will engage in an interactive and playful environment that encourages reading comprehension and mastery of phonetic skills. Early World of Learning is full of stories, videos, songs, and games to provide a firm foundation for 21st-century learning and digital citizenship.
1,000 BOOKS BEFORE KINDERGARTEN
SETS CHILDREN ON THE PATH TO SUCCESS . . .
ONE BOOK AT A TIME
Families are invited to join the 1,000 Books Before Kindergarten program at the Calloway County Public Library. The 1,000 Books Before Kindergarten program is a nationwide challenge that encourages parents and caregivers to read aloud to their children regularly. By reading just one book a night, families can reach the 1,000-book goal in three years and provide their children essential early literacy skills.
Research shows that the most reliable predictor of school success is being read to during early childhood. Reading to children from an early age can help close the vocabulary gap and prepare children to enter kindergarten with the skills they need to succeed. Most importantly, sharing books with children promotes a lifelong love of books and reading.
The 1,000 Books Before Kindergarten program is available to all families with children between the ages of birth and five years.
Program registration is available Monday-Friday, 9:00-11:00 AM and 1:30-4:00 PM. **Appointments for Alternate times are available by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. **Please note that sometimes CCPL special events, classes, & activities may take place during the designated times. When this occurs, CCPL Program Staff Members will be unable to assist with registration and patrons will be asked to leave contact information so that a Staff Member may set up an appointment for registration.
Participants will receive program materials and instructions at the time of registration. For more information, call CCPL’s Sandy Linn at (270) 753-2288 or email email@example.com. This program is free of charge.
Tailored for students in elementary and middle schools, World Book Student includes all the articles from the print versions of the World Book Encyclopedia, plus thousands of additional articles, learning resources, and research tools. World Book Student is also optimized for tablets for the ultimate mobile research experience.
Key features include:
Due to COVID-19 Concerns & Restrictions, CCPL is unable to provide In-Library Programming until further notice. CCPL has planned several Virtual Programs, including Community Book Discussions, Virtual Book Club Meetings, and Author Visits. Announcements regarding CCPL Virtual Programs will be available via CCPL’s Home Page, Event Calendar, and Social Media Platforms. For more information regarding CCPL Virtual Programming, please email us.
**Registration in BOTH Story Time Classes is currently filled with a Wait List. To add a student to the Wait List, please call (270) 753-2288.
WHO: 4th -8th Grade Students Currently Enrolled in local Public, Private, or Home Schools.
WHAT: A supervised homework program that provides students the opportunity to complete homework & school assignments and access CCPL electronic resources. Homework Club is NOT an After-School Childcare Program.
WHERE: Calloway County Public Library Meeting Room.
WHEN: Most Mondays, Tuesday, & Thursdays during the semester.