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 width=The Warner Public Library introduced a math program to middle-school students last year and it was so popular, leaders are going to bring back a similar program for younger students.

According to Children's Librarian, Paula Lopatic, they are targeting kindergarteners through second grade this time around. She says the same developers who made their first club possible are behind it once again.

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Lopatic indicates the program is successful because the kids are active and are having a good time. She feels the great thing about the program is they are learning and they may not even realize it.

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The Crazy Eight Math Program is made possible through a grant that provides all the materials and lesson plans.

The program begins this Tuesday and is an eight week course.

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