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The Official Concrete Rose Spotify Playlist. If books are our life, then music is our reason for living, book nerds.

The Official Concrete Rose Spotify Playlist

Just like superstar YA author Angie Thomas did for her sophomore novel On The Come Up, she’s back with an official playlist we can jam to while reading her latest and greatest literary installment, Concrete Rose. Music is a huge influence in all our lives, and artists and writers are no exception! Angie Thomas’s latest novel is the story we need to kick off the new year. You can catch a sneak peek here, but here’s the premise: Maverick Carter, Starr’s father in The Hate U Give, is seventeen years old coming of age in Garden Heights in the 90s. Check out the trailer to learn more, and learn how this gorgeous cover art came to be!

Without further ado, check out the stellar playlist below, and peep a few choice songs we decided to call out that really speak to what Concrete Rose is all about. Track 1: The Rose That Grew From Concrete Track 5: Baby Don’t Cry (Keep Ya Head Up II) Ways School Librarians Can Serve Students in Fall 2020. If anything has been consistent about this time of social distancing, it’s the unpredictability of the future.

Ways School Librarians Can Serve Students in Fall 2020

That can be anxiety-inducing, but we’re also living in a time of hope, opportunity, and potential. We know that as school librarians, we will face unique circumstances in terms of our library space and how we engage children this fall. Your district’s and your state’s health guidelines will determine how students will interact with materials, and your exact needs will be dictated by how and where you are able to execute your library program. It can feel like the options are out of your control, but there are things you can do to plan for the future. First, know that we see you. Digital Escape Rooms. Fairytale - Digital Escape Room. Minute to win it games. USING KAHOOT TO HOST A BOOK TOURNAMENT - Quiz: Guess the Book from the Tweet. Skip to main content Quiz: Guess the Book from the Tweet Category: Reading Tagged: reading, journeys, competition By Danny Scott Wednesday 22 April 2015 All books contain journeys.

Quiz: Guess the Book from the Tweet

To celebrate Journeys, our national campaign to get people writing, we've chosen 8 books which feature journeys at their heart, and distilled their essence into fewer than 140 characters. Free Printable Christmas Lunch Box Jokes. My daughter had so much fun last month sharing the Thanksgiving lunch box jokes with friends at school that I have decided to share some free printable Christmas lunch box jokes for kids to share this month!

Free Printable Christmas Lunch Box Jokes

It's a great way to make your kids smile while they're at school, and it's a really fun way to get excited for the holidays!! In the download I've got 20 different kid-friendly Christmas-themed jokes that can either be put into a lunch box, or use them as a favor at your Christmas parties this year! The kids will love repeating the jokes throughout December. DIY Bat Corner Bookmarks - Halloween Crafts.

Throwing a Halloween party and need an easy projects for kids to make?

DIY Bat Corner Bookmarks - Halloween Crafts

Let them make these adorably spooky DIY bad corner bookmarks! Such a fun origami project for the little ones. These would make lovely party favors too! *this post contains affiliate links* DIY Bat Corner Bookmarks What you need black origami paperblack paper (preferably construction paper)wiggle eyes stickerswhite paperscissorsgluepencil Fold the origami paper diagonally on both sides. Fold into a triangle (colored side on the outside). Hold the top of the triangle and fold it towards the bottom of the triangle (to the centre). Hold the left corner and fold it towards the bottom centre of the triangle. Do the same with the other corner. Unfold both ends. Grab hold of the left corner and fold it towards the top of the triangle.

A Book Tasting is a Fun & Fresh Way to Introduce Students to New Reads. When it comes to reading, just like eating, some kids have pickier palates than others. The perfect way to pique their appetites for a good read is to have a book tasting! It’s a great way to let young readers sample different authors, genres, and series. SOURCE: Sassy, Savvy, Simple Teaching Very similar to the popular read-dating activity, book tasting gives students the opportunity to sample some juicy reads in a short period of time and come away with a wish list of titles.

February is Library Lovers’ Month! – Softlink. There’s a lot going on this February for school libraries everywhere, with plenty to celebrate for Library Lovers’ Month. In this post, we’ve gathered some articles and activities from around the internet to help you find inspiration and new ideas to bring some extra love to your library. Love for Children’s Books, Authors & Illustrators Perhaps more than any other month, February is devoted to children’s literature, with major awareness events including National Storytelling Week in the UK (26th January to 2nd February), World Read Aloud Day (1st February), Children’s Authors & Illustrators Week (1st week in February), and Tell a Fairy Tale Day (26th February). If you’d like to get involved in the worldwide celebration of children’s literature and reading, you may want to visit some of the websites below for information, display ideas, and some wonderful selections of picture books to add to your library wish list.

Author visits have many benefits, too. Arrange an author visit in the UK. Shelver! - Mrs Lodge's Library. Authors A-C Trivia and Quizzes. Library Science. For Teens, Kids, Adults, Indoor / Outdoor, Scavenger hunt Ideas – Children are fascinated by stories of hidden treasures and are enthusiastic about the idea of being able to find treasure.

For Teens, Kids, Adults, Indoor / Outdoor,

The treasure hunt is an activity that we can use as a pretext to organize walks with our children and give them the opportunity to know different places in our city or country. Moreover, it is easy to find scavenger hunt ideas to inspire you. A scavenger hunt is good to develop curiosity in our children and instill in them a sense of belonging to the place where we live. We can achieve this through the experiences and knowledge acquired when visiting places of interest that are part of the history and heritage of the place where we live. When designing a scavenger hunt, the highest priority should be to keep the interest of the children alive. Your task will be to provide guidance, give one or two pointers and supervise the children.

This is list of scavenger hunt ideas that you might like and try it at home. lets check it out.