Spark a Reaction! CSLP 2014

Spark a Reaction is the 2014 Collaborative Summer Library Program Teen slogan. The overall theme for 2014 is SCIENCE. These Pins are additional ideas that may fit with this summer reading theme. ~ Please note that the Collaborative Summer Library Program does not endorse or assume responsibility for any content available through hyperlinks to other websites posted on this page.
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Doctor Who Crafts, oodlycrafting: Dr Who Snowflake patterns!

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Cuptar sounds and has all the crucial elements of a real guitar.

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Drawing robot: simple to make for kids. Artist and Engineering activities together?

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Make you own drawing robot. SO fun!

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Turn milk and vinegar into a rubbery, plastic

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How to make a hummingbird feeder by Carla Wiking from Small + Friendly - Fun Craft and easy to make!

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Classic Play!

“Brainy” Popcorn Balls (mad scientist/zombie food) Young Frankenstein

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Teens love our Button Maker. It's one of our most popular activities .Save some old magazines, set up the the button maker. A teen volunteer can create step-by-step instructions, with photos

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Life size Jenga from soda boxes covered with wood-grain bulletin board paper. May be easier using adhesive contact paper.

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DESIGN SQUAD NATION . Build | Air Cannon | PBS KIDS GO!

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DESIGN SQUAD NATION . Build | Rubber Band Car | PBS KIDS GO!

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Surface of a human tongue. I saw this and I thought wouldn't it be fun to have lots of these pics and have the kids guess what they were as as part of a Grossology program?

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Teen Tech Week? How to Make a Flashlight from an Altoids Tin -teen or adult program

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Carbonite Jello at a Star Wars party #starwars #jello

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Catch My Party

Origami X-Wing

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Star Wars snowflake templates!!!!! http://mattersofgrey.com/diy-star-wars-snowflakes/

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Man Made DIY

Reusable T Shirt Grocery Bag - from CSLP Teen Manual Page 108

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Abby the Librarian: Simple Solutions: Building Squares

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Teens love our Button Maker. It's one of our most popular activities .Save some old magazines, set up the the button maker. A teen volunteer can create step-by-step instructions, with photos

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Life size Jenga from soda boxes covered with wood-grain bulletin board paper. May be easier using adhesive contact paper.

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10 Sharpie Manicure Ideas

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Amity Middle School-Bethany Book Blog ****** * YA Books and More: Our Divergent Party

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This is brilliant! She made small pendants with salt dough and then sprayed them with Rustoleum in silver. So cool!

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Newton's First: with raw eggs. Pinner said: "ok, this is cool! Our family just tried it. I wish I had, had a camera for my husband's face when I knocked the pie pan! lol The kids think this is SO cool!" - Knock the plate sideways and the egg should land safely in the water.

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Did this for a kiddo sleepover & it was a HIT!! Freeze different Kool Aid flavors in ice cube trays, place in glass and pour in Sprite! Tastes yummy too!

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