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Games, having fun, reading, watching and listening for children

Lesung zu Halloween mit Frau Lenius und kleinen Zauberern
Image: Wolfdietrich-Schnurre-Bibliothek

My own library card

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Reading hour

Vorlesen Bibliothek MV
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Regularly in the afternoon volunteers are reading books of children’s literature aloud at Pankow libraries. They want to share their enthusiasm for literature with the children and encourage reading and enjoying books. At:

Funny handcrafting at the Wolfdietrich Schnurre Library

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Fridays from 4 to 6 p.m. at the Wolfdietrich Schnurre Library

A suitcase with handicrafts offers a varying and changing range of challenges and ways to express creativity. On the first of these events the employees of the library came up with something very special. Pictures painted by the children were shown with the Quiver Creative App. With it e.g. birds suddenly walk or fly across the paper and power rangers are testing their superpowers while the ladder of the fire truck is going up and water sprays out of the firehose. These animations inspire the children to create their own stories and can even be recorded as small movies.

The case with the handicrafts is also available for use without any helping hands at the usual opening hours.

Reading - handcrafting - playing - making music at Karow

Foto vom Kunstfest mit Schüler der Musikschule

Join in reading

Every last Monday of the month at 4 p.m. at the Stadtteilbibliothek Karow
Aunt Milli reads her own and requested stories for children of three years and over and helps them with handcrafting.

Do you like classical music?
A series of concerts by children for children and adults at the Stadtteilbibliothek Karow Students of the Béla Bartók music school rehearse their favourite pieces of music. Interested listeners are welcome.

Games - having fun - cinema - coding at the Kurt Tucholsky Library

Illustration mit Bilderbuchkinohase von Antoon Krings

Cinema with picture books and coffee party

This open family event takes place every Thursday starting at 4 p.m. at the Kurt Tucholsky Library It’s a special afternoon for families and children of three years and over. The room is darkened and worlds of fantasy become alive. We display picture book stories with a beamer and read them aloud. Afterwards we invite you to do some handcrafting and painting. Meanwhile parents of the children can have a a little chat and coffee at the second floor.

An afternoon with cinema

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An afternoon with cinema

Enjoy an afternoon with cinema for free! Every 2nd and 4th Friday of the month at 4 p.m. at the Kurt Tucholsky Library We show movies for children of four years and over. Simply find out which movie is played by asking us at the library. You’re welcome to bring snacks and drinks! Please register ahead of time.

Frau trägt VR-Brille
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An afternoon with virtual reality headsets

Have you ever worn virtual reality headsets? Here with us you can virtually see different places in the world or mix potions in a magical castle and much more.
Every Wednesday from 3 p.m. to 4 p.m., our staff will support you if you want to try out out VR headsets in the library. Please register ahead of time.
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Roboterhand und Menschenhand halten den Daumen hoch
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An afternoon with coding

At every 1st and 3rd Friday of the month we offer free programming lessons for children of eight years and over starting at 4 p.m. in the room for events at the Kurt Tucholsky Library.
Do you want to puzzle over robots or write your own programs for them? You can try this at our library with the help of EV3s and Calliopes (small computers that are easy to use) of the Coding Hub of Fraunhofer Institute. Please register ahead of time.

Podium heroes - for ages two and over at the Library am Wasserturm

Kinder im Kindergarten freuen sich
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An event for very young children at the Library am Wasserturm

Who is invited? Children at the age of two to six with their parents (or accompanying persons) who are interested in books about e.g. autumn, cleaning up, cars or other vehicles, fairy tales, Christmas and so on.

What do we do? We sing, paint, rhyme, do handcrafting and much more. After reading and watching the cinema of picture books the children are allowed to craft something that they can take home.

When will we do it? Once a month from 4 to 5 p.m. You can find the next dates here You can find the next dates here

Objective: This events will promote the use of language at early childhood and reading (literacy). With the use of many interactive elements (songs, rhymes, games with fingers, painting, handicrafts) the joy of speaking and for books should be awakened and consolidated. Parents can get tips for books and how to motivate their children and should get involved in this event as much as possible.

Directed by Eva-Maria Politzka, head of the children’s department

Registration: At the Library am Wasserturm or by phone: (030) 90295-3936 and (030) 90295-39211

Pirates of the ABC are welcome at the Library am Wasserturm

Who is invited? Preschool children, children of refugees and children aged five to seven

What do we do? We read, play, write and talk with and about Tiptoi (interactive board game), books and tablets

When will we do it? Once a month 4 p.m. to 5 p.m. You can find the next dates here

Directed by Eva-Maria Politzka, head of the children’s department

Registration:
At the Library am Wasserturm or by phone: (030) 90295-3936 and (030) 90295-39

small robot

Quelle: Lokaler Server
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MakerSpace

Quelle: Lokaler Server
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