Help your kids remember this significant time in history
with this TIME CAPSULE
LONG Creations created a fantastic Time Capsule memory packet.
-Page to draw family picture-
-All about me
-How I'm feeling
-What I am doing at home
-Hand print page
-Special occasion page
-Letter to myself sheet
-Interview for the parents
-Letter from the parents
Check ReadySetGwinnett for other family adventures and activities:
- Pick team members (in your home or team with cousins across the country)
- Pick a Team Name
- Let the Challenge Begin!
- Take Pictures of Each Mission & Post the Pictures using Email, Text, Instagram or Facebook!
NEXT LEVEL: If you want to take it to the next level, have a team member try a free photo collage maker:
Ready to GO?
Here is your MISSION LIST:
(Right click on the image to Save/Print the Mission List)
Digital Escape Rooms available for free! You can complete these escape rooms as a family or individually, you can compete against friends and try it multiple times. Just make sure you have fun!
Credit for these fun escape rooms: Humboldt County Library, in Nevada
Gwinnett Library Volunteer
Library volunteers are parents, college students, teens, retired professionals, church groups and scouts. (The minimum age to apply is 13)
Below are just some of the ways you can help out as a library volunteer. Opportunities may vary by branch.:
- EARLY LITERACY/CHILDREN’S PROGRAMMING
- GENERAL LIBRARY SKILLS
- HOMEWORK HELP/TUTORING
- LEARNING LABS
- TEEN ADVISORY COUNCIL (TAC)
- If you would like to share your talents with the library in some other way please choose the most relevant category on the form and tell us about it in the “Why do you want to volunteer at the library?” section. Otherwise, please contact ask.gwinnettpl.org.
Adopt-A-Stream, near You, through Gwinnett Clean & Beautiful
Georgia Adopt-a-Stream enables citizens to collect baseline water quality data to both observe the conditions of our local streams and become more aware of pollution and water quality issues. Unfortunately, many streams in Gwinnett do not currently meet established state water quality standards. That’s why they need your help!
You and your family/co-workers/group could serve as official “keepers” of a portion of a creek or stream by periodically monitoring its condition with supplies, training, and certifications in chemical, bacterial and macroinvertebrate testing provided by Gwinnett Clean & Beautiful
and the Department of Water Resources.
There are 5 easy steps to adopting a stream, lake, pond, or wetland.
Visit Gwinnett’s Adopt a Stream
site to find out how to get started monitoring the water quality of a stream, pond, lake, or wetland near you!