Pinterest • The world’s catalog of ideas
from The Diary of a Frugal Family

{Free Printable} A Bored Jar Fit for a Tween

7
1
from christabrennan

The Broken Bowl Project

The Broken Bowl Project: The bowl represents us as an individual, we are vessels that hold many things. But sometimes we break and need to be put back together. Our brokenness changes us, makes us who we are. And so the painting on the outside of the bowl represents who we are on the outside, and the words on the inside of the bowl express all the hidden components that make us us.

761
95
1
from another library blog

How to Host a Teen Trivia Program

Another Library Blog outlines what to do when you want to create a successful monthly Teen Trivia Program by offering trivia examples and helpful hints on how to structure and publicize for the program. This type of program seems like a great way to get teens into the library and foster a sense of community among the teens if you can get the same group in every month.

1
from Babble

11 Rainy Day DIY Activities for Kids

* Melted crayon art, creative, craft, decorating, colorful - fun for grownups as well as kids!

3
from Wattpad

How To.... For Teens - Paint Slip N Slide

Me and my little brother did this yesterday....don't use acrylics ..lol

28
3