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WITH the cold weather mov­ing in for the school hol­i­days, chil­dren across the re­gion beat the bore­dom and the cold with free ac­tiv­i­ties at their pub­lic li­braries and com­mu­nity hubs.

The Re­porter joined chil­dren at the Midland Li­brary last Tues­day to take part in an in­ter­ac­tive learn­ing en­vi­ron­ment where they could learn through play.

The early child­hood work­shop with SciTech en­cour­aged par­tic­i­pants to play, ex­plore and dis­cover. It fos­tered their nat­u­ral cu­rios­ity and en­cour­aged them to ask why, how and what if?

Chil­dren at the Kala­munda His­toric Vil­lage were able to have fun the old-fash­ioned way as part of its school hol­i­day pro­gram.

Ac­tiv­i­ties in­cluded mak­ing a gum­nut fam­ily chain, an ap­ple slinky and faces, pin wheels and sun­di­als.

Pic­tures: Bruce Hunt­mu­ni­ d471044

Gabby Gif­fen.

Thomas Ben­nett, Lu­cas Rowe and Oliver Ben­nett.

Sharp Rich­mond.

Ruby Jef­fer­son, Mya An­thony and Amelie Ea­ton.

Hri­day and Ad­hvay Pu­ran.

Francine Tug­bac.

Marais Hunt.

Emma Davey.

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