Brainstorm for 2022 BC SRC Theme!

It’s time to start thinking about  SRC themes for… 2022!! (Our 2021 theme is Mystery). 

First though, we want to do a little brainstorming and we’d love your help! Are there any theme suggestions you’d like to have included in the mix? Add a comment or use the form below and we’ll add them to the list!

We’ll leave the brainstorm open till August 15th. The following week we’ll send out a short-list of themes and then it will be time to vote on the three “finalists”.

Suggestions so far:

  • Empowered
  • All Together Now (emotions/sharing/mental health)
  • Fizz, Boom, Read (science/learning)
  • Paws to Read (pets/animals)
  • Dream Big – Read (growth/dreams/learning)
  • Environment / Nature
  • First nations theme – spirit animals (Activity ideas: kids creating their own family pole with meaningful spirit animals)
  • Brainstorming – Just as you wrote in your email, and also a little play on Victoria Public Library’s recent marketing award.
  • We All Belong (celebrate diversity/multiculturalism)
  • “Underground”, Sub-theme ideas: Tunnels (Chunnel; railway construction; mining (Britannia Mine partnership?); gold rush), Animal homes (BC animals including Burrowing Owls; badgers; moles), Geology (caves; rocks and minerals; volcanoes; plate tectonics; earthquakes), Archaeology, Paleontology (who doesn’t like dinosaurs?), Utilities (sewers; wells; water mains; fire hydrants; electrical conduits; underground streams), Bugs (ants, worms, bacteria), Underground Railway, French underground resistance in WWII, Underground homes for people (e.g. Coober Pedy in Australia), Bunkers, Catacombs
  • Resilience!
  • Way back when (history);
  • The future is now (discoveries, trends, growing up, imagining the future);
  • Around the world in 7 weeks;
  • Friendship
  • Explore the Biomes: animals, vegetation, weather and conservation
    Tropical Rainforest
    Temperate Forest
    Desert
    Tundra
    Taiga
    Grassland
    Savanna
    Freshwater
    Marine
  • Manga/Anime
  • Ethnic/First Nations’ Canadian Heroes

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