A great resource from Madison Public Library, Library Makers offers program ideas for toddlers to teens.
“Libraries have always had a reputation for being places of learning. Traditionally, the books housed in libraries have been perceived as the library’s main purpose, and indeed books are a great way to learn. However, in today’s increasingly digital world, it is important to remind the public that valuable learning also takes place outside of books and libraries are a great source of person-to-person learning experiences. The learning that takes place in libraries is what keeps this institution relevant in a world where access to books is changing rapidly. Here are a few somewhat non-traditional library programs I’ve created to take advantage of the one-on-one opportunities we have at the library today.”