[kids-lib] Get teen take-and-makes ideas from 4 Oregon libraries! Share what your library is doing!
katiea at wccls.org
Wed Dec 16 08:47:34 PST 2020
Wow, great teen take-and-make ideas are already rolling in—thank you! Read what Seaside, Tualatin, Cedar Mill, and Salem libraries are doing<https://oyanpeeps.wordpress.com/>. Please email me about your library’s teen take-and-makes! I’ll post all your teen take-and-make ideas and advice on the OYAN blog<https://oyanpeeps.wordpress.com/>.
The more ideas you share, the more we help each other keep up our successful take-and-make programs going through until we can do in-person programs again.
From: Katie Anderson
Sent: Tuesday, December 15, 2020 1:50 PM
To: OYAN at omls.oregon.gov; kids-lib at omls.oregon.gov; libs-or at omls.oregon.gov
Subject: What teen take-and-makes has your library done?
I’m working on Oregon Young Adult Network blog<https://oyanpeeps.wordpress.com/>. I received specific requests to post ideas for teen take-and-makes.
Many of your libraries are putting together and distributing take-and-make project for teens. You have ideas to share! You may also need more ideas to see you through until you can do in-person programs again.
* What teen take-and-make projects have you done?
* What teen take-and-make projects have been the most fun (or biggest disaster)?
* Is there are type of project that your teens tend to like better than others?
* Do have tips and tricks to help other libraries streamline the process of planning, assembling, and distributing take-and-makes for teens?
Feel free to just send me an informal sentence or two about your teen take-and-makes or tips and tricks. Links to the online resources you used are helpful, but not necessary. If you want to write in more details, that is welcome too!
I’ll post all your teen take-and-make ideas and advice on the OYAN blog<https://oyanpeeps.wordpress.com/>.
Youth Services Librarian
Library & Community Initiatives Team
Washington County Cooperative Library Services<https://www.wccls.org/>
katiea at wccls.org<mailto:katiea at wccls.org>
Hours 7:30 AM-4:00 PM
Every other Monday & Saturday
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