ADVENTURE WITH MICRO
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A family scoot to your local library is an inspired and a free activity for a Saturday morning.
Simply find out where your nearest is and organise a safe scooter route. Then call up your friends and arrange to meet up. Make sure you don’t forget a rucksack, as you’ll need it to carry all the books home.
A library scoot is empowering for young children
Children will feel empowered, getting themselves there under their own steam. They will also relish in the feeling of independence as they select their own books and apply for or use their very own library card. They’ll also love the sense of achievement being responsible to look after the books they have chosen to take away on loan.
Find out about local events
Local papers and council/ community websites often list events going on at your library. Most offer rhymetime and story sessions for younger children as well as reading challenges to complete during school holidays.
World Book Day
At certain points in the year most schools encourage children to explore books and increase reading time at home. They do this by asking children to dress up for World Book Day.
Seek inspiration by completing a scoot to the library. For the more creative, why not decorate your scooter to match? Alternatively, for extra brownie points why not complete a library scoot ahead of the event. You can use photos and the experience to scrapbook the #scootingadventure as homework. The teacher will be impressed for sure!
Don’t forget to share your photos with us because we love hearing about every #scooteradventure. You can do this by searching for us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram using @microscooter. Alternatively, email your photos to us at email@example.com and as a result you might end up as #scooterstar of the week.
For the perfect scooter for your child, see the various scooter types available here.