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Students add LEGOs to a collective sculpture each time they check out books. | http://brycedontplay.blogspot.com

Giant Jenga

Something @FunderburgLibrary is considering. Would you enjoy this leading up to #finalsweek?

Top 10 DIY Creative Classroom Decorations

Make a camping themed reading area out of construction paper, a bucket, and toilet paper rolls. Can be used for discussion groups, an area for students to sit and talk out their problems, many many possibilities!

How to make a recycled book turkey for a Thanksgiving library display or centerpiece!

Great use of 7 habits of Happy kids. i also want to try this for me. Instead of working on multiple behaviors allat once which can be challenging with the younger ones, I like the idea of sticking with one specific behavior goal for the entire week until it's changed. This could also work with our character trait of the month. Love it!

How to Host a Teen Trivia Program

Advice on how to hold a trivia program in your library that will capture teens' interest.

5 Minute Librarian: How to Throw an Epic Library Party

What a fruit platter. Cotton kids had this pic on their Facebook site.