moonflowerdragon

moonflowerdragon

Ballarat, Victoria, Australia / Librarian, unschooling mother, find me on rebelmouse http://www.rebelmouse.com/moonflowerdragon
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The Library Voice: Community Coloring & Creating.....It's All The Rage In Libraries, Schools & Homes!

The Library Voice: Community Coloring & Creating.....It's All The Rage In Libraries, Schools & Homes!

The Library Voice: Community Coloring & Creating.....It's All The Rage In Libraries, Schools & Homes!

The Library Voice: Community Coloring & Creating.....It's All The Rage In Libraries, Schools & Homes!

A Scrabble wall at the library would be great fun, as patrons could put up a word when they visit. It could also be used for the "final match" of a Scrabble tournament, and invite the community to come watch.

A Scrabble wall at the library would be great fun, as patrons could put up a word when they visit. It could also be used for the "final match" of a Scrabble tournament, and invite the community to come watch.

DIY Game Tables • Tutorials and ideas, including a DIY vertical chess board by 'Wonder How To', photo by 'Straight Up Chess'!

DIY Game Tables • Tutorials and ideas, including a DIY vertical chess board by 'Wonder How To', photo by 'Straight Up Chess'!

Keep the kids entertained without having your home look like a daycare center by maintaining its elegant appearance with these library book style board games. Now rather than having a mismatched stack of old boxes you'll be able to organize them uniformly.

Keep the kids entertained without having your home look like a daycare center by maintaining its elegant appearance with these library book style board games. Now rather than having a mismatched stack of old boxes you'll be able to organize them uniformly.

Controlled dice - no more flying around the room. Mrs. J's note: I did this for a life-size Candyland game in the library, and it worked like a charm.

Controlled dice - no more flying around the room. Mrs. J's note: I did this for a life-size Candyland game in the library, and it worked like a charm.