Tween club celebrates one year of activities

(Sheridan, Wyo) – The “Tween Challenge Takeover”, a club for kids in 5th through 7th grades, just turned one year old. The program has been a great success for the Sheridan Children’s Library. [image: 10505190_587895857977754_5092907260906616700_o.jpg] The Tween Challenge Takeover was created to address the lack of programming and materials available for kids who are too old for story-time but aren’t yet teens. The “tween” years are a fleeting age with very specific social and educational needs. [image: 11221795_909824845723174_7359993708263625815_o.jpg] Club activities aim to engage children’s creativity through science, technology, engineering, art and mathematics. Some of the more popular sessions include stop-motion animation, food science, and improvisational acting. [image: 10924259_580077148759625_5440539897940677440_o.jpg] The club meets on Tuesdays at 3:45 in the Children’s Theater at Sheridan Children’s Library. The last session of the March/April schedule takes place on April 26th and will explore screenwriting. The May/June schedule will be announced at that time. [image: 11203563_887097057995953_246241486317361618_o.jpg] #knapp