As an extracurricular educational partner, the municipal library supports daycare centers, schools and other educational institutions with a wide range of services to build media, language and research skills, to awaken a love of reading and to motivate people to read.
Discovering the library - age-appropriate tours
The city library team offers various guided tours for children and young people. The children not only get to know the library, but also learn how to quickly find books and other media and how to use them properly. The tours are free of charge and take place outside opening hours (Wednesday or Friday mornings).
The media lending is also possible on these days. The prerequisite is that you bring your library card with you. Those who do not yet have one should apply for one about a week in advance.
Employees of educational institutions also receive a free library card upon application for official use. Apply for library card
Fun and games with books. For preschoolers and 1st/2nd graders
The children learn about different media in a playful way: They look for media treasures, take a "train ride" through the children's library, and listen to an exciting story. Of course, there is time for independent exploration.
Goal: To awaken a desire for books and thereby promote reading motivation.
Library is fun. For 3rd/4th grade
Why are the library's books arranged alphabetically in some sections, but thematically in others? On this tour, the children delve deeper into the mysteries of a library: With a rally, they solve questions about the library and its media in groups.
Goal: To experience the library as an open and happy place to read.
Bookcasting - A desire to read. From 5th grade
In the interactive book casting, the young people evaluate book candidates from different categories on the basis of various criteria, just like in a casting show. In this way, they learn about a wide range of new publications. Since classes often have different levels of prior knowledge about the library, its services are presented in detail (Internet, word processing, printing, scanning, learning rooms).
Goal: Maintain and promote students' interest in reading.
Using the tablet to browse the library. From 6th grade
The focus is on learning search strategies using the online catalog and other information sources. The acquired knowledge is then tested during a rally through the library with the app "Actionbound". Versatile tasks and puzzles encourage active participation, explain independent media research and train the use of digital media.
Goal: Media and library literacy
Topic, subject matter, research. From 10th grade
Guided tours with special focus
Extracurricular place of learning
Group workstations with Internet and word-processing PCs, as well as scanners, color printers and free WLAN, enable teaching sessions directly in the library with immediate access to all information sources.
Robotics and Coding Sets for Kitas and Schools
The Rastatt Public Library supports schools, daycare centers and other educational institutions on their way into the digital world. Teachers can borrow class sets with robot systems for different age groups, including extensive accessories and tips for use in the classroom, with which children can gain their first experience in programming. All sets can be borrowed for four weeks.
What systems are offered?
- Blue-Bots: Simple, button-programmable robots. For children from preschool age.
- Dash Wonder: depending on age and knowledge level, Dash can be programmed with five different apps. With extensive accessories such as catapult, xylophone and drawing equipment. For children from seven years.
- Ozobot Evo: Programmable by felt-tip pen or app. Suitable for beginners in robotics and programming; with infrared sensors, speaker and LED lights. For children aged eight and up.
- Makey-Makey: kit containing all the necessary components to turn almost any imaginable object into an input device: For children ten years and older.
On request, the municipal library will put together media boxes for multimedia thematic work in the kindergarten group or in the classroom.
These can be thematic ("The Weather," "Mammals," "The Five Senses") or age-based ("Books for Beginning Readers," "Reading Night").
Kamishibai picture cards and a Kamishibai frame can be borrowed for picture-based storytelling. Find Kambishibai offers.
City library barrier-free accessible
Tue: 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Wed: 12 p.m. to 6 p.m.
Thu: 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Fri: 12 p.m. to 6 p.m.
Sat: 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.