Human Foosball - these guys put tables on their sides stacked up chairs ... tied off the ropes to the stacks of chairs, and noodled up some hand grabs.
Epic Reads 2016 At-A-Glance Infographic
Brain Boosters for Groups In a Jar | Team Building Games
School Library Journal: Sprucing Up My School Library for Less Than $600
Passive programming for YA section. Pages from weeded books and Sharpies. Participants create poetry by leaving select words visible and blacking out the rest.
While it seems like anyone can put together an app in an afternoon and make millions selling digital tat to nerds, it's not actually that simple. Well, not anymore. Making apps takes time. It's difficult work, and involves a lot of knowledge an...
Unscrewed: Salvage and Reuse Motors, Gears, Switches, and More from Your Old Electronics
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Easy passive program: friendship bracelets!
Star Wars Snowflake Templates. Print them out and create a Star Wars winter wonderland!
Novel Conclusions YA Retellings young adult novels ya books literary blog
Great gift for a reader - 9x12 Canvas "Between the pages of a book..." Vintage book page. Hand written, calligraphy by Houseof3
Remember all those glass jars. Just take any paper, pages out of an old book, newspaper, magazines, and cut out a heart shape, or any shape, wherever you want the light to come through, glue it lightly to the inside of the jar, add a votive, and Voila, you just UPCYCLED!
Awesome Bookmarks from Old Books | Crafts a la mode
We used the free website Kahoot to have a March Madness style book tournament!
This Teen Librarian Toolbox post inspired my first library display last year (see photo) and now it is inspiring my first ever teen winter reading program. Our teens requested that we host a winter...
The Bone Artists by Madeleine Roux • August 4, 2015 • Epic Reads Impulse https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/23429364-the-bone-artists
Here's a drawing project that could be great for relaxation and expression, especially for teens!
Keplers Book Store shelf talkers! Great idea that I'm thinking of incorporating with my volunteers and TAB or possibly even just a craft day!
13 of the Most Anticipated YA Novels of 2015, aka What You Need to Be Reading From January Through March
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