Tuesday, March 10, 2015

Thrive Thursday March Roundup–Terrific School-Age Programming Ideas from Librarians Everywhere!


I’m delighted to be hosting this delightful March Roundup of terrific school-age programming ideas from so many creative librarians out in cyber-libraryland!  

Lots of ideas for the ever-popular character parties: Jennifer posted her annual Dr. Seuss party and you can check out this Seussapalooza too. 

Kelly has a Harry Potter party idea,

Ms. Kelly shared her ideas for an American Girl Club.


Looking for Summer Reading program ideas – check out Bryce’s awesome superhero party!

Also a possibility for Summer Reading this first of a series of Toy Stories.

Attn. 4th & 5th grade parents and teachers: An online comics club for kids with weekly book recommendations and Comics Creation Challenges!

Which would tie in well with this idea -- kids create their own comics.

And check out Jennifer’s ideas for simplifying summer reading programs.

Put this in your files for next February:  Freedom Quilts for Black History Month -- more here.  


Angie's awesome low-prep music program combining picture book biographies of musical greats and their recorded music would make a wonderful series of programs any time of the year.

Dana and Lindsey have great Tween Book Club extension activities for a year’s worth of titles.

March is a great month for celebrating women’s history.


Looking ahead toward April, check out these posts on Poetry Programs.

Art for April Fool’s Day.

And lots of ideas for Earth Day.

Finally, Marge offers a post on the art of talking with kids!

And don’t forget: Storytime Underground has a Thrive Thursday badge!

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