Ages 3-6 Summer Library Challenge 2023


Want to plan out your badges before you enter your activities in Beanstack? Here’s a list of all the activities for the 2023 Summer Library Challenge for ages 3-6! You’ll need to complete one activity for each badge to earn the badge. You can also earn badges by logging the books you read, or by writing a book review. Happy reading!

  • Tell the librarian a joke
  • Check out a book from the New Book shelves
  • Check out a library book by a Wisconsin author (like Pat Zietlow Miller)
  • Try a book recommended by someone at the library
  • Make chalk art
  • Write a book review
  • Make your own craft
  • Make up your own story
Go read the Storywalk at the Platteville Inclusive Playground
  • Go read the Storywalk at the Platteville Inclusive Playground
Enter the Library’s Coloring Contest
  • Enter the Library’s Coloring Contest
  • Play a game outdoors with friends or family
  • Play with Play-Doh
  • Do the weekly library scavenger hunt “Find Your Feelings”
  • Spend half an hour outside reading
  • Go to your favorite park
  • Re-read a favorite book
  • Wear your favorite shirt to the library
  • Share your favorite snack with a friend
  • Go on a walk or a bike ride
  • Go to a Little Free Library
  • Go to Farmer’s Market
  • Go to the Platteville Inclusive Playground
  • Read a bedtime story
  • Read a story about friendship
  • Read at night with a flashlight
  • Read a book about about helping others
  • Call Dial-A-Story 877-907-8081
  • Sing your favorite song
  • Learn a new song or rhyme
  • Try a Vox or Wonderbook Read Along audio book
  • Give someone a hug
  • Color a picture for a friend
  • Have a dance party with a friend
  • Help out in the kitchen
  • Watch a movie based on a book
  • Watch live music at Music in the Park
  • Walk the Rountree Trail and watch for fish and other animals in the creek
  • Watch a YouTube video about Animal Rescue
Go to Library Storytime
  • Go to Library Storytime
Go to the Community Bike Ride
  • Bring your bike to Mound View Park on July 28 at 6pm to participate in the Library’s Community Bike Ride.