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  • 1. Laureen Maloney & Elizabeth Davis Lackawanna County Children’s Library TEAM M EVIL
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    • Scarecrows
    • Nyokki Egg Pet Plants
    • Pot Holders
    • Kites
    • Sidewalk Paint
    • Dryer Lint Dough
  • 4. Nyokki Eggs
  • 5. Scare Crows
  • 6. Dryer Lint Dough and other Doughs
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    • Kids love hands on
    • Activities can be done at home
    • Equal number of girls and boys in most cases
    • Crafts that they can take home
    • Tweens will checkout books for more craft ideas
    • Parents/ adults will stay to observe and help in some instances
    • Children learn how to follow directions to achieve end results
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    • Banana Joust
    • Bottle Rockets
    • Card Sharks
    • Codes and Ciphers
    • Diet Coke and Mentos Explosion
    • Egg Parachute
    • Gak & Oobleck
    • Pirate Training
    • Secret Ink
    • Snow
    • Test Your Taste Buds
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    • “ Is it really dangerous?”
    • Higher Dad and Grandfather attendance
    • Higher boy: girl ratio
    • More activity based the better
    • Instant results will keep them hooked
    • Not all experiments work
    • Scientific method
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    • Tweens enjoy sharing, especially if food is involved
    • Tweens learn how give an effective book talk
    • Become more confident in public speaking before their peers
    • Tweens engage in lively and sometimes heated discussions
    • Even the shyest tween will participate on some level
    • They learned … you don’t share, you don't get the ice cream!
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    • Super Smash Brothers Tournament vs. Abington Community Library
    • Uno, Clue and Checkers Tournaments
    • Human Checkers
    • Wii Olympics (winter and summer)
    • Loser Olympics
    • National Gaming Day
    • I Spy
    • Broom Hockey
    • Live Chutes and Ladders
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    • A higher boy: girl ratio
    • Ultra-competitiveness
    • Conversation
    • Peer Education
    • Team Sports are difficult
    • Parent involvement
    • Specific Games
    • Boy Scouts
  • 27. Additional Program Ideas:
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  • 30. Recycled Plant Holders
  • 31. Edible Garden
  • 32. Music and Art Programs
  • 33. All You Need Is Love
  • 34. Mouse Races
  • 35. Mouse Races
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    • Lackawanna County Children’s Library Blog- www.lackawannachildrenslibrary.blogspot.com
    • Below are ideas for fun projects with tweens.
    • For more great ideas, check out:
    • http://familycrafts.about.com/od/tweens/Crafts_for_Tweens.htm
    • http://familyfun.go.com/crafts/crafts-by-age/tween-crafts/
    • http://parentingteens.about.com/od/crafts/Crafts_Craft_Project_Ideas.htm
    • http://acplyouthsvcs.wikispaces.com/Teens+and+Tweens
    • http://teenprograms.pbworks.com/
  • 37. We are team evil Laureen maloney [email_address] Elizabeth davis [email_address]

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