Teen Program

Teen Blackout Poetry

April is National Poetry Month. To celebrate teens can visit the Teen Room at any time during the month to participate in creating their own poems from old book pages. Just black out the words you don’t need to create your own beautiful poetry.

For teens and tweens grades 6-12. For more info, call the library at 281-360-6804.Get program updates sent straight to your phone by texting @kwteens to 81010. Service is free and confidential; standard text message rates apply.
 

Teen 3D Printer Open Lab - April 1 @ 2:30 PM

Teens can come by our 3D Printer Open Lab to learn the basics of TinkerCAD, an online 3D design website, to create their own 3D objects to print out. The Open Lab will be held on Saturday, April 1, from 2:30-3:30 PM in the Computer Lab.

The 3D printer open lab is part of Codename Gener8, a science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM)-focused program for teens.

This program is for teens and tweens in grades 6-12. Get updates texted to your phone by texting @kwteens at 81010. Service is free and confidential; standard text message rates apply.

Book Buzz - Teen Book Club

Join us for our first meeting on Thursday, April 6th from 7:15-7:45 PM.  The first title will be announced soon!  All teens are invited to join us for yummy snacks and a fun discussion.

Teens:Get Your Game On @ the Library

Calling all teen gamers! Enjoy the latest in tabletop games, card games, RPGs, and more with your fellow gamers the last Thursday every month at 6:30pm. 

Anime Club – Sword Art Online (TV-14) March 31st @ 5 PM [13+]

 

“In the year 2022, thousands of people get trapped in a new virtual MMORPG and the lone wolf player, Kirito, works to escape.” – imdb.com

 

Please join us in the Library Community Room on March 31st at 5:00 PM at the Parker Williams Branch to watch the ever popular anime Sword Art Online.

 

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Teen Book Club: Every Day

Join us as our teen book club continues on Wednesday, April 19 at 3:00 pm. Discuss the intricacies of the narrative. Share in the interplay of literary minds. Work together to select more great books for next time.

every day by David Levithan

This month we’re reading Every Day by David Levithan.

Teen Computer Coding - Monday, March 20 @ 4:30

Teens can learn JavaScript, a computer coding language, to code games and more in this 1-hour introductory course. Teen’s Computer Coding class will be Monday, March 20, from 4:30-5:30 PM, in the computer lab.

Computer Coding is part of Codename Gener8, a science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM)-focused program for teens.

This program is for teens and tweens in grades 6-12. Get updates texted to your phone by texting @kwteens at 81010. Service is free and confidential; standard text message rates apply.

Teen Advisory Group - Mar. 16 @ 6:30 PM

If you're a teen and interested in volunteering at the library, the Teen Advisory Group is the place to be! Join TAG and meet up with other teens to work together to help prepare for teen programs, decorate the teen room, and make buttons for the monthly button battles. This month’s meeting will be on Thursday, March 16, from 6:30-7:30 PM. We meet in the upstairs conference room.

For teens and tweens grades 6-12. For more information, call 281-360-6804. Get program updates sent straight to your phone by texting @kwteens or @kwtag to 81010. Service is free and confidential; standard text message rates apply.

Basic Life Skills – Basic Safety March 22nd @ 5 PM [11+]

Having a safety first attitude stops us from burning ourselves on the stove, from drinking harmful chemicals, from getting hit by a motor vehicle, or from hurting our body while at work.


Join us to learn about some basic safety tips at home, on the road, and at work from the National Safety Council. Make your way safely to the Parker Williams Branch on March 22nd at 5PM.

 

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Teen Coding with Robots - Wed. March 15 @ 4:30 PM

On Wednesday, March 15, from 4:30-5:30 PM, we’re learning how to code with robots at the Kingwood Branch Library! Using Blocky, a JavaScript coding language, teens can program Dash & Dot robots to navigate through an obstacle course.

Dash & Dot robots are part of Codename Gener8, a science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM)-focused program for teens.

This program is for teens & tweens grades 6-12. For more info, contact the YA Librarian at 281-360-6804 or kwteens@hcpl.net. Get updates texted to your phone by texting @kwteens at 81010. Service is free and confidential; standard text message rates apply.

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