RPL/Children's Museum program designed to enhance online learning

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The cooperative program between the Children's Museum of Dover and the Rochester Public Library begins on Monday. (Courtesy photo)

ROCHESTER - The Rochester Public Library Children's Room, in partnership with the Children's Museum of New Hampshire, has announced it will be offering Bridging the Remote Learning Gap, a program geared toward supplementing school activities for at-home learners.

The program provides five months of project-based activity packages, starting in February and running through June 2021.

"We're excited to offer this program to Rochester families," said Marie Lejeune, Children's Librarian. "The past year has been so hard on families. We hope that these activity packages will provide some stress-free fun!"

The activity packages, which are geared toward school-aged children and include a "how-to" video for children, a "how to help" video for adults, and written instructions.

Most of the project supplies needed are included, but some items, like scissors or staplers, are not.

Some 50 activity packages will be available each month. Families interested in participating are encouraged to contact the Children's Room, starting Monday.

For more information, please call the Rochester Public Library Children's Room at (603) 335-7549.

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