Library Foundation donates STREAM learning computers for children

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FROM THE PUBLIC LIBRARY OF ANTIGO

The Antigo Public Library Foundation donated two new children’s learning computers. Each has over 130 games aligned with STREAM (science, technology, reading, engineering, art and music, and math).

The games are aimed at ages 2-12 and include award-winning titles such as handwriting (including cursive), eBooks (fiction, non-fiction, and poetry), coding, comics, cybersecurity and more.

The library invites children and their guardians to visit the library and explore all of the interactive games and adventures available. Each of the two computers has different games installed and the wide variety of interactive content will keep children engaged and having fun while they learn.

“Inspiring an enthusiasm for literacy and learning in the community is what libraries do and we see children using them on a daily basis,” says library director Dominic Frandrup. “We are very fortunate to have a foundation supporting us in providing these computers to the children of Langlade County.

For those wishing to donate to the Library Foundation, please visit https://www.antigopl.org/library-foundation/

For more information, drop by the library or call 715-623-3724.


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