Things are a little different in the Youth Department, so take a tour with Miss Mary to learn some new safety rules and find out how you can take safety precautions during your visit!
Video Category: Kids Department
Miss Mary shares her homemade wheat thins recipe! See below for instructions.
Recipe for Whole Wheat Thins:
- -1 cup of whole wheat flour
- -1 cup of white flour
- -1/2 teaspoon of garlic salt
- -2 Tablespoons of wheat germ
- -1/3 cup of salad oil
- -3/4 cup of milk
- -1 teaspoon of molasses
- -3 Tablespoons of sesame seeds
- 1. Sift flours, salt, and wheat germ together. Mix salad oil, milk, and molasses and stir into the flour mixture until the dough clears the sides of the bowl.
- 2. Divide dough in half and set each portion in the center of a lightly greased cookie sheet. With a floured rolling pin, roll lightly and evenly to the edges of the pan.
- 3. Prick dough with a fork, sprinkle seeds, and press lightly with rolling pin. Cut dough into squares.
- 4. Bake about 20-25 minutes at 350 degrees.
Miss Amy S. sings The More We Get Together with sign language!
Ms. Erin reads an interactive poem, “Bumblebee, Bumblebee, Do You Know Me?” by Anne Rockwell. Enable captions or read the description below to follow the words.
Bumblebee, Bumblebee, Do You Know Me? A Garden Guessing Game By Anne Rockwell
Bumblebee, bumblebee, do you know me?
Yellow and green, I wave to the breeze to say that summer is here.
I am a daffodil.
Butterfly, butterfly, do you know me?
Here I stand, tall and straight, while my silky cup catches rain.
I am a tulip. June bug, june bug, do you know me?
My leaves point like swords, and my petals wave like flags.
I am an iris. Cricket, cricket, do you know me?
Watch me pop open!
See my tiny black seeds!
I am a poppy.
Ladybug, ladybug, do you know me?
My thorns are prickly, but my blossoms are soft.
I am a rose. Spider, spider, do you know us?
We come in many colors, and we turn our faces to the summer sun.
We are zinnias.
Leafhopper, leafhopper, do you know me?
You’ll find me at breakfast when my blue trumpet greets the day.
I am a morning glory.
Dragonfly, dragonfly, do you know me?
I’m curly and speckled. My smell is the sweetest of all. I am a lily. Katydid, katydid, do you know me?
Try and count my petals – if you can!
I am a daisy. Little boy, little boy, do you know me? My fuzzy stem grows taller than you. I am big and round and golden. Of course I know you, sunflower! I know all the flowers I see.