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What happens when the werewolves attack the village? Have fun playing the game Werewolf with teens and see if you can survive the night with this teen recommended game.
Today Teen Librarian Cindy Shutts is walking us through her Mission to Mars themed Escape Room
Teen programming in public libraries. What works? What doesn't? Today Karen Jensen discusses the results of an informal survey and her own experiences regarding successful teen programming in public libraries.
Cindy Crushes Programming: Tile Art
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Today in Cindy Crushes Programming news, Cindy shows us how to turn book covers into tile art.
Take your DIY to the next step with these awesome teen made neon signs.
Make DIY pendant necklaces with teens using this simple tutorial.
Conversation Snapshots: Let’s Talk YA Lit Titles & YA Programming Success
Let's talk about YA lit and teen programming! Share your program success stories and what's hot with teens right now.
Escape rooms and breakout rooms are a buzzworthy program in librarian world of late. I tried building my first escape room in the fall, and recently finished my second one! Here is my strategy: Steps for Building an Escape Room 1. Pick a general theme! Murder Mystery? Based on a book? Science? 2. Who is […]
Every once in a while, I feel like I have a moment of genius (it’s not often). This Teen MakerSpace activity was one of those moments, I hope. I was standing in Michael’s when I saw this big tube of clear plastic ornaments. In the past, I have done the paint inside the ornament craft […]
Shark Week is my favorite weeks of the year. I’m a little bit obsessed with sharks. Not in a I would want to see one up close in personal in real life way, just in a they are totally cool like dinosaurs, aliens and robots way. I dive into Shark Week every year. See what […]