Wacky Science at Barnes and Noble
The session focused on how kids can use household items for experiments of their own
FARGO, ND — As a kid, there is a lot to learn and Barnes and Noble is giving kids of all ages an opportunity to explore and experiment right in the store.
Every Wednesday and Saturday morning, the bookstore is providing an activity, book reading and a coloring session about a new topic.
Today’s topic was on wacky science.
The session focused on how kids can use household items for experiments of their own.
The store is hoping to help young children discover an interest or a new hobby.
“It’s promoting children’s literacy,” said Allie Juve, who is a member of the kids department team. “Like I said, getting them started young. You really want to start that passion that they may not know they have yet for books for science. For all kinds of stuff and that’s really what this is all about.”
Barnes and Noble is also promoting a love for reading with children in grades one through six.
They can pick up a reading journal, fill it out and bring it back to receive a free book this summer.