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Genre Posters (23 different posters)
Genre Posters (23 different posters)
Genre Posters It 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-fic
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Digital Citizenship with Elementary Students
Digital Citizenship with Elementary Students
This unit includes a poster and double-sided bookmarks to use in talking to students about how to be a good Digital Citizen. It includes info about following an AUP (Acceptable Use Policy) as well as how to be safe while using the internet. There are also isolated pieces from the poster in case you
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Kinder Literacy Lesson Plans
Kinder Literacy Lesson Plans
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-Ficti
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Destiny Library Catalog Practice for K - 5
Destiny Library Catalog Practice for K - 5
Destiny Library Catalog Practice for Grades K - 5 If your library uses Follett’s Destiny Library Catalog, then this unit from The Trapped Librarian will help you guide your Kindergarten through 5th grade students in practicing their skills accessing books and other materials in your
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Citing Sources, Citations, Research Skills, Plagiarism, Copyright, Bookmarks
Citing Sources, Citations, Research Skills, Plagiarism, Copyright, Bookmarks
This is an introductory lesson on citing sources meant for elementary students. It is a simplified version of the MLA style not the exact MLA style. Please do not ding this for accuracy : ) The How To Cite Sources contains: • PowerPoint • Posters • Bookmarks • Worksheets • L
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Elementary Library Lesson Plans (theme 4 research/learn the library)
Elementary Library Lesson Plans (theme 4 research/learn the library)
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 differe
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March Madness: College Research Using the Brackets
March Madness: College Research Using the Brackets
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 with 2017 March Madness
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Avoiding Plagiarism: A Mini-Unit
Avoiding Plagiarism: A Mini-Unit
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 stud
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Library Lesson Plans K-5 Week 5
Library Lesson Plans K-5 Week 5
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 c
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Library Lesson Plans K-5 Week 9
Library Lesson Plans K-5 Week 9
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
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Library Lesson Plans K-5 Week 14
Library Lesson Plans K-5 Week 14
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 c
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Shelfie Scavenger Hunt: a Library Media Center Orientation
Shelfie Scavenger Hunt: a Library Media Center Orientation
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 th
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Library Lesson Plans K-5 Week 20
Library Lesson Plans K-5 Week 20
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 c
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Library Media / Reading Lesson: Helping Students Evaluate and Select Good Books
Library Media / Reading Lesson: Helping Students Evaluate and Select Good Books
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
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It's Elementary - Bibliography for the Youngest Students
It's Elementary - Bibliography for the Youngest Students
Bibliographic annotation doesn't need to be hard! What's really important is that our youngest students learn that they need to record WHERE their facts are coming from! We as educators need to be sure that our new readers and writers respect other's works and have a good solid foundation in informa
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Book Study - Know the Parts of a Book - Library Lessons
Book Study - Know the Parts of a Book - Library Lessons
Greetings! This is a perfect book to read and introduce students to the parts of a book the first weeks of school. This book study is a lesson and activities on Know the Parts of a Book by Janet Piehl. It gives details about the key parts of a nonfiction book; author, table of contents, glossary,
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Dewey Decimal Introduction Elementary
Dewey Decimal Introduction Elementary
These slides introduce the very basics of the Dewey Decimal system using kid language, perfect for the elementary school library.
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Introduction Activity and Lesson Plans for PebbleGo
Introduction Activity and Lesson Plans for PebbleGo
This activity and lesson plans can be used to introduce PebbleGo database using the animals database as an example. Lesson 1 objective: Lesson Objective: Students will be able to access PebbleGo. Lesson 2 objective: Students will be able to locate specific information in PebbleGo. Materials includ
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Fiction Genre Library Lessons
Fiction Genre Library Lessons
Lesson Objective: Students will be able to identify elements of a fantasy/mystery/historical fiction/realistic fiction/science fiction story. Essential Learning/Questions: What are the elements of a fantasy/mystery/historical fiction/realistic fiction/science fiction story? Materials included: less
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Determining Valid Resources - A Lesson on How to Research
Determining Valid Resources - A Lesson on How to Research
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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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Research Lesson - Selecting an Appropriate Database for a Topic
Research Lesson - Selecting an Appropriate Database for a Topic
These lessons and handouts will help you teach students how to independently select an appropriate online database for their research project. This file is in .doc format so you can edit the handouts for the databases that your school/county has available. After downloading, feel free to rate this
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Animal Research:  A scaffolded unit for Second & Third Grades
Animal Research: A scaffolded unit for Second & Third Grades
Animal Research for 2nd and 3rd Grade Guide your elementary students as they develop research and technology skills! This unit is part of a scaffolded approach to teaching research skills in elementary school, a continuation of skills taught in my Kindergarten & First Grade lesson. Included are
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Detect & Dismiss: How to Spot Fake News {5 Lesson Plans}
Detect & Dismiss: How to Spot Fake News {5 Lesson Plans}
This five-lesson unit is designed to train secondary students to recognize questionable content and “fake news” on the Internet. WATCH A SHORT VIDEO PREVIEW HERE. ✿Lesson 1: The
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Find a Reader Ice Breaker
Find a Reader Ice Breaker
Objective: Students will get to know each other as readers. A spin on Find Someone Who... ice breaker game. Students try to find readers in their class who enjoy different genres and ways of reading. This is a great way for you to get to know your students as readers and for them to get to know ea
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Destiny Quest Library Catalog Practice
Destiny Quest Library Catalog Practice
Destiny Quest Library Catalog Practice If your library uses Follett’s Destiny Library Catalog, then you have a great built in social networking component in Destiny Quest called My Quest. This controlled environment is perfect for helping students learn about responsible online inter
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I PICK Daily 5 Bookmark
I PICK Daily 5 Bookmark
I PICK book marks help students remember how to choose a just right book for their reading time. Each bookmark can be printed on cardstock and laminated to ensure a long life span. My students constantly use this as they choose their books for read to self. The product includes: * 3 bookmarks pe
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Gingerbread and Dewey in the Library
Gingerbread and Dewey in the Library
This is a 45 minute library skills lesson using a read aloud and focusing on the Dewey Decimal Lesson. This lesson makes a great follow up to an introduction to the nonfiction section and/or Dewey Decimal Lesson along with integrating into a unit on the Gingerbread Man. Students will also have a ch
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No, David! Don't wreck the Library! Writing Lesson
No, David! Don't wreck the Library! Writing Lesson
File includes a single lesson plan and three writing frames based on No, David! by David Shannon. The different frames can be used either with different grade levels or to differentiate the assignment for your students. One has sentence beginnings included on primary writing lines, one has blank pri
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Understanding Plagiarism Lesson Plan including PowerPoint and Student Activities
Understanding Plagiarism Lesson Plan including PowerPoint and Student Activities
With this lesson plan, students will be able to define and identify different types of intentional and unintentional plagiarism. They will also brainstorm reasons why people plagiarize works and the consequences that can apply if caught. They will also be able to determine why plagiarism is damaging
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Adopt-a-Shelf Library Program
Adopt-a-Shelf Library Program
Project Objective: Students will “adopt” a shelf in the library and take responsibility for the organization and appearance of the shelf for the school year. This package is designed to help you start an Adopt-a-Shelf program in your library. Adopting shelves instills a sense of ind
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Library Orientation Game: "Blast Off with Reading!" Theme
Library Orientation Game: "Blast Off with Reading!" Theme
Every year, school librarians and media specialists introduce the library to new students and review library procedures for returning students. Get students moving during your library orientation lesson with an outer space-themed life-size board game! Groups of students move around the library on c
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Differentiated Biography Research Part 3 Hispanic Americans
Differentiated Biography Research Part 3 Hispanic Americans
This is part three to the set I began last year. Nikki (Melonheadz lllustrating) just added another set! Here is a third set of recording sheets for different individuals! For now it is all Hispanic Americans. That might change later. I can’t pass up fun clip art that ties in to learning. I'll upda
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Animal Research:  A scaffolded unit for Fourth & Fifth Grades
Animal Research: A scaffolded unit for Fourth & Fifth Grades
Animal Research for 4th and 5th Grades Guide your elementary students as they develop research and technology skills! This unit is part of a scaffolded approach to teaching research skills in elementary school, a continuation of skills taught in my lessons for K & 1 and 2nd & 3rd. Included a
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Call Number Packet
Call Number Packet
Here are simple practice pages for call numbers. Included in the packet is: 1 practice sheet for easy picture books 1 practice sheet for fiction books Please download and rate the product!
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Color Poetry Library Lessons
Color Poetry Library Lessons
Lesson 1 Objective: Students will work individually or in small groups to write a poem about a color. Lesson 2 Objective: Students will work individually or in small groups to write a poem about a color using their senses. I use the first lesson, Color Poems, in kindergarten as a collaborative wr
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I-Search Report or Research Report Unit
I-Search Report or Research Report Unit
This 30 plus page unit contains lesson plans, handouts, and rubrics for an I-Search Unit. It could also be used for a regular research report. It includes activities and handouts for brainstorming topics, selecting and narrowing a topic, taking notes, creating note cards and source cards, interview
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Monkeyin' with an Online Dictionary
Monkeyin' with an Online Dictionary
A complete lesson plan that specifically outlines how to teach online dictionaries to young students. The lesson is geared for second graders, but could easily be used for a grade or two higher. There is a guided practice sheet, an independent practice sheet, and a blank sheet. The blank sheet can
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K-12 Library Lesson Plan Templates BUNDLE (with Common Core Standards)
K-12 Library Lesson Plan Templates BUNDLE (with Common Core Standards)
This bundle includes 13 ready-made lesson plan templates designed expressly for K-12 school librarians, teacher-librarians, and/or elementary school library media specialists teaching students across all grade levels. The bundle includes BOTH my
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How to Find a Library Book - EDITABLE -  {Library Lesson Plans, 1st-2nd, 3r-5th}
How to Find a Library Book - EDITABLE - {Library Lesson Plans, 1st-2nd, 3r-5th}
Teaching my students how to find library books has been a daunting task. This year, I compared our library to a town made of different neighborhoods. With this analogy, the light bulbs clicked on -- they GOT it! (and WOW! What a difference this has made in their level of independence!) I've created
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Identify and Using Sources Bingo
Identify and Using Sources Bingo
Click on the following blog link I wrote for Scholastic to understand how I used this resource in detail. http://www.scholastic.com/teachers/top-teaching/2011/03/fun-practical-way-teach-sources Directions: Name That Source Version- Print multiple copies of BINGO cards for each student, and select a
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Research Skills Project Multi-lesson unit - adaptable
Research Skills Project Multi-lesson unit - adaptable
6 Powerpoint Presentations +Referencing Homework Sheet +Research Record (research booklet for students) +additional pages for booklet This research skills unit is designed to run across 5-6 lessons, though can easily be made shorter or longer. I tend to use this once or twice a year with each of my
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Call Number Scavenger Hunt  *Editable to meet your needs!
Call Number Scavenger Hunt *Editable to meet your needs!
This activity has been tested and used in my elementary school Media Center for years. Students LOVE it! This file has TWO complete Call Number Scavenger Hunts for your library. Each game has two jokes that the students will find the answers to, word by word, as they locate call numbers in the libr
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The Big Game:  Understanding Advertising Techniques
The Big Game: Understanding Advertising Techniques
Be Ad Wise!: Understanding Advertising Techniques Take advantage of that Superbowl buzz as you help your 4th & 5th grade students critically examine advertising techniques with this Media Literacy activity! Students will learn 5 basic advertising techniques and analyze televis
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Online Safety Digital Footprint Lesson Plan
Online Safety Digital Footprint Lesson Plan
Needing to teach online safety and digital footprint to elementary school students? This lesson plan includes age appropriate information and activities, teacher instructions, and an assessment to cover roughly 90 minutes. I have taught this lesson with Kindergartens through 4th graders! Thi
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Reference Books Dinner Party Activity
Reference Books Dinner Party Activity
This is a fun culminating activity for a unit on Reference books. Students get an invitation to a dinner party. The guests of honor are a dictionary, an almanac, an atlas and an encyclopedia. Students each get a "place card" with a question. They have to decide which Guests table they will sit at bas
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Secondary Library Lesson Plan Templates (with Common Core Standards)
Secondary Library Lesson Plan Templates (with Common Core Standards)
A set of 7 ready-made lesson plan templates designed expressly for secondary school librarians, teacher-librarians, and/or elementary school library media specialists teaching grades 6 through 12. These documents are NOT complete lesson plans on a given topic/subject! They are a customizable tool to
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Oh No! The Headings are Missing!: A Text Features Mystery
Oh No! The Headings are Missing!: A Text Features Mystery
Using context clues and pretending to be detectives, students solve the mystery of the missing headings! This student tested product created by Teaching Voracious Learners leads students through the process of identifying the keywords and using context and images clues in a series of elephant themed
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Alphabet Antics: Dictionary Skills Review
Alphabet Antics: Dictionary Skills Review
Do your students love to play charades and practice their acting skills? So do mine! Capitalize on their love for drama while reviewing dictionary skills in the library media center! After reading The Z Was Zapped by Chris Van Allsburg, students are paired off to locate other new vocabulary words
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Our Louisiana Adventure: A Louisiana Research Project
Our Louisiana Adventure: A Louisiana Research Project
This unit of information literacy lessons and activities allows students to learn about their state. The skills and knowledge gained will help students learn basic state facts and symbols, state history, geography, current events, and Louisiana people. With a diverse selection of information resour
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30 Minute Library Lessons: Speaking and Listening
30 Minute Library Lessons: Speaking and Listening
This activity uses available resources in any library. It can be adapted to any grade level. Students will use listening and speaking skills. Students will discuss a story using cause and effect, inferences, temporal words, as well as complete sentences. English language learners will benefit fro
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Finding the Right Book: a Library Scavenger Hunt
Finding the Right Book: a Library Scavenger Hunt
An open ended scavenger hunt will send students off to explore the library and discover the gems waiting on the shelves. This packet has scavenger hunts leveled for each grade K-3 and an extra that can be used for grades 4-6. The kindergarten version requires no reading, the first grade work has si
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Google Maps **VALUE BUNDLE**
Google Maps **VALUE BUNDLE**
Great bundle value with 5 packs all related to using Google Maps in the classroom. Each pack has student self-directed worksheets that are solved by using Google Maps. 1. Google Maps Worksheets Act
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