Spring Learning Journey

Join Chicago Public Library and Chicago Public Schools on a learning adventure! Try at least four of these activities, then complete the form by April 30 to share what you read and learned--and be entered to win a spring science kit.

Rainbow-Book

Read

FrankenScience for Kids

As part of the Spring Learning Journey, try some science at home in your kitchen. Or read about kids who love to try wild experiments.

Make

Use Your Kitchen for Science

Grab some materials from around the house and try science at home!

Tune In

STEAM Team Story Time Live From the Library

Watch the STEAM Team read stories, sing songs and do activities featuring your favorite STEAM topics.

Join

Saturday Citywide Story Time: Story Time Math

May 15th | 10:00am - 10:30am
Online Event
Finish up STEAM Week 2021 with a fantastic number and word-filled story time with Ms. Brandy.

Write

Kids, Write Your Story

Want to tell the world all about who you are? Or write it down just for yourself? Either way, these activities will get you started.

Investigate

Kids Search

Find articles full of fun science concepts and science experiments when you search this database full of magazine articles.

Complete the Learning Journey

Kids, please ask your grown-up to fill out this form. Chicago Public Library cannot collect personal information online from kids 0 to 13. * indicates a required field
  • Child's Name * Required
  • For children 0 to 13
  • Caregiver's Email * Required
  • Which activities did you complete? * Required
    Please complete at least four.
    • Upload a picture of an activity you did this month or of you completing your Learning Journey. File should be a .jpg, .gif, .png or .pdf. Maximum file size is 5MB.
    • By submitting your photo, you authorize Chicago Public Library to post your work on our website, social media and print materials, along with your first name.
    Accepted file types: jpg, gif, png, pdf.
    Maximum file size - 5 mega bytes.
  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.

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