We hope you enjoyed our Read. Make. Do. kits, which were programs-in-a bag designed to help kids in preschool to fifth grade learn, discover, and explore at home. The Read. Make. Do. kits themselves are no longer available, but you can still enjoy past kits we've offered using your own supplies at home. Simply click on the kit link to download or preview the handout to review the supply list and instructions, then enjoy the activity with your family!
Feel free to reach out if you have questions at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For a similar program, please check out our Maker Kids events!
Current programs and events are listed on our calendar here.
10 Things I Can Do to Help My World
At-Home Olympics & World Record Challenges (Family)
Braids, Loops & Knots (Grades 2-5)
Calling All Inventors!
Chemistry: Pretty Penny Experiments (Family)
Codes and Ciphers (Grades 3-5)
Cooking at Home with Chop Chop
Corn Husk Dolls with Gibbs Farm (Grades 2-5)
Corner Bookmarks (Grades 2-5)
COVID-19 Time Capsule (Grades K-5)
Explore Animals in the Winter (Grades Pre-K - 1)
Feed the Birds (Grades K-3)
Games From Around the World (Grades 3-5)
Good Night, Sleep Tight: Bedtime Rituals with Andrea Conger (Grades PreK-1)
Growing Sunflowers (Ages Pre-K/Family)
Let's Play, Babies! (Ages 6 Months - 2 Years)
Lost & Found
Making Magic (Grades K-2)
Math Puzzles (Grades 3-5)
May the 4th Be With You! (Grades 1-5)
Mind-Boggling Mazes (Grades 3-5)
Nature Craft & Play (Ages Pre-K)
Nature Play All Around
Origami Flowers (Grades 1-5)
Play at the Park (Ages 3-5)
Pop-Up Cards (Grades 2-5)
Pre-K Muffin Tin Activities (Ages 3-5)
Pre-K String Indoor Scavenger Hunt (Ages 3-5)
Puppet Show (Grades K-4)
Scranimals! Drawing Tutorial Kit with Scott Rolfs (Grades 1-5)
Scratch Art Creations (Grades K-5)
Sidewalk Petroglyphs with Andrea Conger (Grades K-2)
Stitches & String (Grades 3-5)
Super Squirrels! with Tamarack Nature Center (Grades PreK-1)
Tell Your Story!
Tiny Dino World
Toddler Tape Town (Ages 1-4)
Weaving for Kids
The Read. Make. Do. Kits were funded with money from the Friends of the Ramsey County Libraries.