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Genre PostersIt is important that your students are familiar with the different genres. This pack has posters and lessons that will help your students get a good grasp on genres in literature. There are 23 different genre posters including a Fiction and Non-Fiction poster. Posters included-fiction,
Most teachers have had to deal with plagiarism in some form or another, and many still haven’t quite figured out the best way to combat it. Some teachers give a stern warning and threaten serious consequences. Others use software to detect plagiarism. These methods work to some extent, but many stu
**If you have purchased this activity and your school has been closed due to the Covid-19 pandemic, you have my permission to share this with your parents via email or any protected password site with no additional license needed. :) Stay safe friends!This unit includes a poster and double-sided boo
Are you looking for a systematic approach to help your elementary aged students learn to use the Destiny Library Catalog? This unit contains lesson ideas and activities to teach library catalog search and location skills with your Kindergarten – 5th grade students.*I created this for use with Folle
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This ten-lesson unit is designed to train secondary students to evaluate source credibility and recognize questionable content and “fake news” on the Internet. It is provided in both Google Slides and PDF.✿Lesson 1: The Problem Students will learn relevant terminology and apply it to an article abou
This is a fabulous unit that includes 36 separate lesson plans to use with your kindergarten students in the library or classroom. These lessons can be used if you are on a 6-week or 9-week grading period, or can also be used in isolation. Most activities correspond to either a Fiction or Non-Fict
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Now with 2018 Teams! March Madness is the perfect time to have students use the computer to research colleges! Have your Elementary School students research colleges of their choice using online tools and graphic organizers. You can do this activity any time of the year with any colleges. Updated
A “shelfie” is a selfie of someone with his or her favorite book, bookshelf or library! In this lesson, capitalize on the selfie trend to capture students’ interest in the library media center! This lesson is a library media center orientation lesson that engages students with technology. While t
Same product, new cover page :) This packet is for Media Specialist/Librarians that teach primary grades k-2 and can be adapted to 3-5. This packet I use with my media classes that I meet with once a week for 45 minutes. This packet is for conducting research in the library and learning the differ
Need ideas for what to do in your elementary library? I teach 6 classes per day, one hour each grade level. I'm going to share my ideas with you! These are editable, so you can change them to fit your needs and resources. When applicable, I include resources I have created OR links to where you
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An investigative activity that leads students to discover the qualities of valid resources when conducting research. Students explore a website about a bogus animal species, engaging in a guided activity worksheet. Then, a teacher leads a discussion on valid versus invalid resources. Guided activity
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This beginning animal research project is ideal for use in library skills classes in kindergarten and first grade or in the K or 1st grade classroom. Your students will practice basic research and note taking skills. This research project is the first part of a scaffolded research unit and the bas
Students use images all the time, but do they use them legally? Ethically? Correctly? Too often, the answer to all of those questions is no. This lesson teaches students how to correctly use images in their printed and digital products: images that they place on written pieces, presentations, vid
Need ideas for what to do in your elementary library? I teach 6 classes per day, one hour each grade level. I'm going to share my ideas with you! These are editable, so you can change them to fit your needs and resources. When applicable, I include resources I have created OR links to where you
Need ideas for what to do in your elementary library? I teach 6 classes per day, one hour each grade level. I'm going to share my ideas with you! These are editable, so you can change them to fit your needs and resources. When applicable, I include resources I have created OR links to where you
If you're looking for week 8, there isn't one. Week 8 was our book fair... no lesson plans needed! Need ideas for what to do in your elementary library? I teach 6 classes per day, one hour each grade level. I'm going to share my ideas with you! These are editable, so you can change them to fit
This unit contains a variety of tools that I created to help a substitute in the library, as well as train students to help remember procedures in the library. I included a blank template lesson plan for subs, as well as an example one filled in. I also added signs on how to shelve, how to check in
Try a fresh, new way to introduce the library to new students and review library procedures for returning students. You'll love this easy-prep, pirate-themed orientation life-size board game! Groups of students play by moving around the library space on colorful paper spaces while answering quest
Need ideas for what to do in your elementary library? I teach 6 classes per day, one hour each grade level. I'm going to share my ideas with you! These are editable, so you can change them to fit your needs and resources. When applicable, I include resources I have created OR links to where you
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Needing to teach online safety and digital footprint to elementary school students? This Online Safety Digital Footprint lesson plan includes elementary aged appropriate information and activities, teacher instructions, and an assessment to cover roughly 90 minutes. I have taught this lesson with Ki
Sixth graders were in the library this week and I tried out a new lesson I created just for them. I called it, "You CAN Judge a Book By Its Cover!" I was very pleased with the final results and the fun we had doing the lesson. Before they arrived I selected several different books and placed them
Need ideas for what to do in your elementary library? I teach 6 classes per day, one hour each grade level. I'm going to share my ideas with you! These are editable, so you can change them to fit your needs and resources. When applicable, I include resources I have created OR links to where you
These slides introduce the very basics of the Dewey Decimal system using kid language, perfect for the elementary school library.
Need ideas for what to do in your elementary library? I teach 6 classes per day, one hour each grade level. I'm going to share my ideas with you! These are editable, so you can change them to fit your needs and resources. When applicable, I include resources I have created OR links to where you

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