Games and Activities. If your kids are like most they kids enjoy playing computer and online games.
These can be a great way to help teach your kids about the dangers of online life such as cyberbulllying, sexting, and online predators, and about the ways they can protect themselves. There are many games and activities available online, and we’ve listed several here for your use. It’s probably a good idea to look at them before you let your children do them, so you know what your kids can learn from each activity. Educational Games. Educational Games. Welcome to the Web. Welcome to the Web. 100 - #DeweyBrowse. 12 Quick Thanksgiving Videos for Kindergarten. Bring Thanksgiving to life with kindergarten Thanksgiving videos.
Here is a collection of favorite Thanksgiving videos for kindergarten. These are Youtube videos that aren’t too long and can hold the attention span of a five and six year old. I’ve found audio books, fingerplays, a good song to sing in front of parents and a few classics you’ll want to show your class. Kindergarten - SPS K-5 Library Activities. Poplar Bridge Elementary School. What is it?
Battle of the Books is an optional reading challenge sponsored by the Media Center. It is available for students in 3rd, 4th, and 5th grades. Students work with teammates in their grade level to read 12 books in a variety of genres. Each team will be comprised of 3 or 4 students. Multiple copies of the books are available, either in print or eBook (Nook) format. Salem-Keizer Public Schools Elementary Technology - Home. 12 Quick Thanksgiving Videos for Kindergarten. The Braddock Eagle Library Blog. Information Impact. Create high-level, authentic assessments by combining Big6 with creative technology tools.
How do we give students a creative, high-level learning experience that results in information literacy success? With the strong focus on the results of state mandated tests, we spend a large portion of classroom time preparing for them. It is difficult to find windows of opportunity for creative, higher-level, authentic assessments. We need these opportunities, however, to allow us to analyze a student’s level of information literacy and their ability to effectively evaluate and synthesize information.
As a media specialist, I wanted to create an engaging project that focused on these higher-order skills. Products and Assessments - Elementary. ALEX - Alabama Learning Exchange. Creator: Jenipher Patterson School/Organization:
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I'm Zlada, Library Media Specialist to Explorers here on the planet Zongony. Zongony is a very special planet-- it's actually a celestial library to all interplanetary citizens and explorers. We serve the information needs of anyone in sector Y761. Remembrance Day.wmv. BBC Bitesize - Dance Mat Typing. Veteran's Day Poppy Song for Kids. Free Stories and Free eBooks for the Kindergarten, First Grade, and Beginning Reader: Libros de español gratis para el lector principiante.
Elementary SDDs - Academic Innovation: Onslow County Schools, NC. Big 6 - stinson Library. 4.si.1.3 rating web sites. A picture is worth a thousand thoughts. The Romeo and Juliet Code by Phoebe Stone Content Rating and Review. Ratings Explanation Violence: It is World War II, so Felicity hears of ships being sunk, London (her home town) being bombed, and people being killed in the war.
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English Language Arts. Standards. Key Ideas and Details Ask and answer questions to demonstrate understanding of a text, referring explicitly to the text as the basis for the answers.
Recount stories, including fables, folktales, and myths from diverse cultures; determine the central message, lesson, or moral and explain how it is conveyed through key details in the text. Determine the meaning of words and phrases as they are used in a text, distinguishing literal from nonliteral language. Mail Carrier ABC Cards Print. Print, cut and laminate.
Have the children put the cards in alphabetical order. 1000+ images about Library Research, Copy Right, CC on Pinterest. Murder Mystery (Analyzing Patterns with Deduction) Inside Britannica. Here's what's being talked about on the Britannica Blog: Britannica Today: From the Library to the Classroom Britannica employs a dedicated staff of editors, designers, media specialists, artists, cartographers, content and curriculum specialists, producers, and engineers in house—and has an extensive network of writers, educators, and renowned scholars...
Read the rest of this entry » Change: It’s Okay. Really. For 244 years, the thick volumes of the Encyclopaedia Britannica have stood on the shelves of homes, libraries, and businesses everywhere, a source of enlightenment as well as comfort to their owners and users around the world... Jsd2libraries / Literacy and Literature. Ogle Elementary Library. First graders had fun in the Ogle Elementary library this week learning about nonfiction text features and sharks! We used the Capstone book, Mako Shark, to learn about its body parts and how they help it survive in the ocean. Then kids created their own shark, cut out the labels, and quizzed themselves on the […] Ogle Elementary Library. Kindergarten 2013-14 - Musson Media Center. Librarylessonsforall - Pages and Files. Lesson Plan Websites - Curriculum Materials Library - Grand Valley State University. Lesson Plans Art and Music ArtsEdge ...one of the oldest educational sites on the web.
Its mission is "to support the arts education at the center of the curriculum through creative and appropriate uses of technology. " Crayola Lesson Plans :...everything you need to unleash kids' imaginations. EDSITEment:...offers a treasure trove for teachers, students, and parents searching for high-quality material on the Internet in the subject areas of literature and language arts, foreign languages, art and culture, and history and social studies. Return to top. Kindergarten - Elementary Librarians' Toolbox - Subject Guides at LPS Library Subject Guides. Managing Student Check In / OutClassroom Management StrategiesStudent Engagement Kindergarten1st Grade2nd Grade3rd Grade4th Grade5th GradeCollaborative Lesson Planning Resources.
Shelfmarker. Information and Technology - NC Digital Resources. NC Common Core and Essential Standards Toolkit K-5. ▶ Finding Books in the Library - YouTube use this for Dewey 2nd grade lesson/scavenger hunt. Parts of a Book - Lessons by Sandy. Whew! I always forget how quickly the first part of the school year goes, and we sure have been BUSY! September has been filled with teaching and/or reviewing with students on how to check their own books in/out on the computer, how to keep their books safe, the Bluebonnet Award books, and Digital Citizenship.
As October begins, I start getting into what I call the more “meatier” lessons…lessons that will be taught during one or two library lessons, but will also carry on throughout the entire year. First of all, for Kinder, 1st, and 2nd grade I focus on teaching the parts of a book. In the past I’ve read books before like Karl and Carolina Uncover the Parts of a Book by Sandy Donovan or A Book Is Just Like You by Kathleen Fox to introduce or review those parts. These books do a good job, but my lesson always felt “flat” to me. I asked the kids, “If I were going to make a book, what would I need?” 1) the hard pieces (front cover and back cover) Welcome To The Web. "Welcome to the Web" is an interactive set of web pages which can be used to teach children (and adults) about the Internet. They can be used in the classroom / computer room and children are welcome to explore them as they wish (although they have been designed to use in sequence).
The resources are in split into seven sections: The Beginning - explains how to use the site. Welcome To The Web. Basic Search Education Lesson Plans - GoogleWebSearchEducation. Basic Search Education Lesson Plans - GoogleWebSearchEducation. Research3. Five-Minute Film Festival: Copyright and Fair Use for Educators. I absolutely love it when teachers and students create, remix, and mash up media; it's a fantastic way to encourage deeper learning and media literacy. But one issue that complicates digital freedom of expression is copyright law. While many would argue that copyright law is outdated and badly in need of an overhaul, it's still critical that adults and kids alike have a basic understanding of what's legal and ethical while playing with other people's intellectual property.