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Teen Resources

Summer Reading Club and other ideas for Teens


Teen Resources

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5 "Go-To" Dystopian Themes For Young Adult Novels

Awesome display - What Would the Characters in the Book You're Reading Post as their Facebook Status. Would be a great Reading Comprehension activity for Teens.

littleBits Student Set for STEM Maker programs

Magnetic Wizard Bookmarks from Etsy. Could be something to make with the teens....

From the YALSA Blog: Preparing Students for Life After High School

Idea for Teen Read Week contest

You up to the challenge? This month's theme Fairytales with a Twist.

Library idea

Taking the Teen Summer Challenge to New Heights, Pierce County Style via SLJ

Alter so that it's from the teen to "Divergent fan", etc. Let teens recommend books to the teens who aren't there!

  • Shannon Doherty Kazmierczak
    Shannon Doherty Kazmierczak

    That's pretty awesome!

25 YA Books For Fans Of IF I STAY | Blog | Epic Reads

While this is directed more towards middle and high school students, it would be something great to have in a classroom. Often times kids need to be reminded that once you post something you normally can't un-post it. -Kayla Gavigan

  • Rookie Parenting
    Rookie Parenting

    Great reminder to grownups, too!

Fantastic idea.

The Maker Mom: How to Do Book Graffiti

Magazine collage art - add discarded library magazines to craft makerspace for collage projects with words and pictures.

Looking for inventive ideas for Teen Tech Week programming? Teen Librarian Toolbox has a presentation chock full of them!

LOVE this idea!! Show the teens what you're reading with book covers

Build a Simple #Circuit from a Pizza Box (No Soldering) You may have to stop at Radio Shack on the way to pick up the pizza :)

yarn striped vase - Google Search

Night bowling- a super fun activity for Summer. The glowing ball and pins are easy to make, too!

Sci-fi YA by topic

95 Young Adult Books To Read

Like--Try-- Why?

Tournament of Books