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Thrive Thursday November 2014 Placeholder (1 yr. anniversary!)

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Here’s your chance to participate in this month’s school age programming blog hop! If you have an amazing program to share please post a link in the comments section below and I’ll post a compilation on November 6. By the way, this post is the one-year anniversary post! I’ve met so many great people through this community and look forward to expanding more this year.

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If you need me to host you or have any questions, email me at lisamshaia at

I can’t wait to see what you come up with!

Happy Thriving!

10 comments on “Thrive Thursday November 2014 Placeholder (1 yr. anniversary!)

  1. mrsshaia
    October 30, 2014

    Inspired by Jbrary’s book character roundup, I had a Numeroff party:

  2. Brytani
    October 30, 2014

    I’m partnering with a local elementary school to make their makerspace a reality.

    Happy one year, Lisa! Thank you so much for starting this blog hop, actively pulling people into it, and advocating for everyone who holds school-age programming dear.

  3. Kelly Marra (@MsKellyTweets)
    October 30, 2014

    I did Halloween Minute to Win It Games with my tweens: I also posted about booktalking to Kindergarten classes: Happy Anniversary!

  4. Radnor Library Kid Zone
    October 30, 2014

    We had a Who Was…? party/book club/games complete with a make yourself a book cover bookmark!

  5. Yes, I luuuurve this round-up and get so many great ideas from it. Thank you for hosting!

    Here’s my recap of our FROZEN sing-along event:

  6. amymoreorless
    October 30, 2014

    I partnered with the Humane Society to put on this super popular program:

  7. cslevin59
    October 31, 2014

    What color do you imagine when you think of the statues from ancient Greece? White? That’s what most people will say, but recent research reveals that the ancients loved color! We had fun re-exploring history (great for our “Lightning Thief” fans) with this program “Picture This: Art Exploration For Kids: Gods in Color – New views of the Art of Ancient Greece”

  8. Jennifer Andersen Humphrey
    October 31, 2014

    In October we had two super fun programs, Glow in the Dark and Minecraft We are going to have another Minecraft program in the summer since we had a total of 79 kids come to the two programs we offered!

  9. S. Bryce Kozla (@PLSanders)
    November 5, 2014

    A Super-nerdy DOAWK party:
    AND a Tween Scavenger Hunt:
    I can’t believe it’s been a YEAR of quality school-age programming! Love being introduced to all these new blogs.


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