School Age Programs
Kuna Library Programs for School-Age Children
We are so happy to have singing, dancing, crafting, storytime, movies, and STEM activities in the library again!
As a way to keep our patrons and staff as safe as possible we ask that you abide by the following protocols when visiting the library:
- Class sizes are limited and spots are given on a first-come, first-serve basis.
- If you or your child are not feeling well, please don’t attend our programs, or visit the library.
- Program schedules may change at any time.
Thank you for your cooperation and participation!
After School Programs
Open to school-age children ages 6+
School-age kids are invited to join us after school for activities such as movies, arts and crafts, video games, and more! A caregiver does not have to attend with the child, but they are welcome.
Our After School program resumes in September 2022
Homeschoolers @ The Library
Open families with school-age children
Here is a chance for school-age kids to participate in arts and crafts, STEM projects, build with Legos, and more.
Our Homeschoolers @ the Library program resumes in September 2022
Mayor’s Book Club
A book club for kids in grades 4-6
Our Mayor’s Book Club program resumes in September 2022
Registration for our last session of MBC for spring 2022 is March 11- April 7 or while supplies last. On April 14 at 6:30 pm we’ll meet with Mayor Stear to discuss the book.
How does it work?
- Sign up at the library and receive a copy of the book, (one book per family, limited quantities).
- Read the book.
- Join us at the library to discuss the book with the mayor of Kuna on the announced date.
- Keep the book!
- If you signed up for Mayor’s Book Club and were unable to attend the scheduled discussion you’ll have to wait one month before signing up for another session.
Our March/April book is Spy School by Stuart Gibbs
Click on the image of Spy School to learn more about the book.
Don’t forget to check out our other resources for activities, learning, and entertainment
Ways to stay active, be creative, keep learning, and have fun!
We’ve put together a list of some online activities, learning resources, live webcams, research tools, and virtual tours you can use to help pass the time, and continue learning, while we all do our part to help stop the spread of COVID-19 through practicing social distancing and self-quarantine.
eBoooks and Audiobooks
Check out our growing collection of FREE eBooks and audiobooks on Libby with the new addition of read-along there are books for the entire family!
eBooks and Audiobook Collection for Kids
NEW! The Idaho Commission for Libraries (ICfL) is offering a FREE collection with 75% of its holdings dedicated to children, juvenile, and teen titles.
The Idaho Digital E-Book Alliance (IDEA) is accessed through Libby, or the school app, Sora. Find out how to add the IDEA collection to your app today!