Octobr 9, 2023

Robey Memorial Library is excited to announce the launch of our Homeschool Show & Tell program, an engaging and educational initiative designed to nurture creativity, develop public speaking skills, and inspire a love for learning among homeschool students.

The Homeschool Show & Tell program is a dynamic and interactive series of sessions specially crafted for homeschool students of all ages. The program aims to provide a platform for young learners to:

  1. Explore Fascinating Topics: Participants will have the opportunity to speak on a topic they are passionate about and present it to their peers.
  2. Develop Public Speaking Skills: Public speaking is a vital skill in today's world. Through regular presentations, students will gain confidence and competence in articulating their ideas effectively.
  3. Encourage Critical Thinking: Engaging in thoughtful discussions and answering questions from their peers fosters critical thinking and communication skills.
  4. Build Lifelong Learning Habits: The program fosters a love for learning, promoting the idea that education doesn't end with formal schooling.

The Homeschool Show & Tell program is open to students of all ages. Sessions will be held monthly on the first Tuesday at 11am providing a consistent platform for students to share and learn. The first Homeschool Show & Tell session is Tuesday, November 7 sharing something that makes you happy.

Guidelines for show & tell items:

  • you must be able to carry your show & tell item yourself
  • the item must be appropriate for all ages
  • it can be nothing too expensive or irreplaceable (we recommend a photo of such an item)

Participation is free of charge and open to all homeschool students in Allamakee County.

About Robey Memorial Library:

Robey Memorial Library has been serving the Waukon and Allamakee County community for more than 100 years, offering a wide range of resources and programs to enrich lives through lifelong learning.

For more information about the Homeschool Show & Tell program and other exciting initiatives at RML, please visit www.waukon.lib.ia.us or (563) 568-4424.