Reading by Design: Teen Programs & EVENTS

Reading by Design: Teen Programs & EVENTS

Reading by Design: Teen Programs & EVENTS November 3, 2016 Reading By Design | Summer 2017 Events: Book Domino Run Design a book domino run in the teen area, or the entire library.

Use discarded or withdrawn books. Have the teens help with set up and clean up. Record it! Can be part of a larger event (teen lock-in). Reading By Design | Summer 2017 November 3, 2016 Events: Fractured Fairy Tale Theatre

Encourage advisory groups to rework a fairy tale into a new and exciting modern story. The teens develop a script. Find actors (this can be a workshop or use a community partner). Have an event to showcase the production. Reading By Design | Summer 2017 November 3, 2016 Programs: Franken-zombie Toys

Using old toys either found or donated to create new creatures. Add a STEM element by using LEDs and conductive thread. Go even further by making a video or puppet show with the new creations. Reading By Design | Summer 2017 November 3, 2016 Programs Green Screens

You can make your own green screen! Small enough to fit in your pocket, or even larger with simple materials. Use FREE green screen apps and programs. Entire thing can be teen driven and created. Reading By Design | Summer 2017 November 3, 2016 Programs: Living Robots

Easy to get materials, cardboard boxes, markers, etc.. Be sure to start prep early to gather materials. Divide them into groups and have the teams decorate the boxes to look like robot parts. dress a team member as a robot. Award prizes for funniest, most realistic, etc. Reading By Design | Summer 2017 November 3, 2016 Programs: Zine Workshop

What is a zine? Great way to get experience in design and bookmaking. Show off creative writing skills and interests. Use an active group of teens (TAB) to go over submissions. Workshop day is putting together the zine. Everyone gets a copy of zine. Reading By Design | Summer 2017 November 3, 2016 Programs: Maker & DIY

Design a bento box. DIY Masks and Neko (cat) ears. DIY String art. Make your own erasers (use eraser clay). Teen Subway Art. Teen Zentangle Contest. Reading By Design | Summer 2017 November 3, 2016 Passive Program Ideas

Journaling/Writing (post prompts everyday) Coloring pages (good for all ages) Spine poetry contest and displays. Ransom note poetry/blackout poetry. White-Out Comics Notecard Art Gallery Reading By Design | Summer 2017 November 3, 2016

Contact: Nichole King, Teen Services Librarian Morgan Hill Library|Santa Clara County Library District [email protected] The California Summer Reading Program is a project of the California Library Association, supported by the U.S. Institute of Museum and Library Services under the provisions of the Library Services and Technology Act, administered in California by the State Librarian. Reading By Design | Summer 2017 June 22, 2012

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