Teen Tech Week 2018, It's Going to be Fun

Teen Tech Week
March 12th – 16th

PFTSTA LIBRARY: All Reader’s Welcome

Monday:                     Treat with a Movie
Kick off Teen Tech Week and visit the library during your lunch period to watch a movie and have a sweet treat. Showing will be the Oscar winning animated short by Kobe Bryant, Dear Basketball, as well as several other animated shorts including Lou and Garden Party which were both nominated for an Oscar.

Tuesday:                     Mosaics with Rubik’s Cubes
Using 100 Rubik’s Cubes, you and your friends will have a pattern to follow to create a mosaic picture using all of the cubes. The library is borrowing the cubes so they will only be available for a short time.

Wednesday:               Anti-Tech Day
Put away the technology for a day. Visit the library at lunch to experience the calming effects of a labyrinth. Available will be a variety of finger labyrinths that you can color and use to relax. There will also be a variety of mandalas to color as they are also known to help you relax and relieve stress.

Thursday:                   Make 1 Origami Cube OR
                                       Make 8 Cubes & Create an Infinity Cube
We provide the origami paper and the instructions. You do the folding and create 1 colorful cube OR you can make 8 cubes that you will tape together to create a moving infinity cube. Your choice.

Friday:                        Photo/Audio Scavenger Hunt
You will have 15 minutes to take pictures and make videos listed on the instruction sheet. The more you take, the more points that you will receive. All teams that earn 1800 points or more will win a prize for all members of their team.

Daily:                          Read the Page, Guess the Title
Read the first page of twenty novels:
If you guess 15 or more titles correctly, you will win a prize.
When complete, visit the library to claim your prize.


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