This month Project Tween participants decorated little graham cracker houses for the holidays. Festive!
This month at Project Tween, tweens created artistic weavings with yarn and natural materials.
Tweens made designs with Perler beads (fusable plastic beads) at this month’s Project Tween.
Using recycled materials and copious amounts of glue, tweens glued things to other things to make some amazing robots!
Check out the tweens’ fabulous creations from Project Tween!
Enjoy pictures of Project Tween Doodle Art where kids learned to doodle with style and create complex artwork starting with simple designs. Project Tween is a monthly program geared for youth between 10-14 years old at the Huntley Area Public Library.
Whoo-whoo? Project Tweens is who! They practiced their drawing skills using a live Barred Owl model brought to us by the McHenry County Conservation District in the Sketch a Bird of Prey class.
Our creative kids made a variety of fun animals (and more!) out of pipe cleaners.
Enjoy pictures of Project Tweens making several earth-friendly crafts to celebrate our planet. It was all about reusing and recycling. Go green!
Tweens learned and practiced basic needle felting techniques with this quick and fun springtime project. Enjoy pictures of their creations!