Don’t have curriculum for your K-5 library program? Or is your current curriculum old and outdated? Here’s what you need to bring a 21st Century library program to your students! This curriculum covers 7 different areas: Library Citizenship, Library Organization, Digital Citizenship, Information Literacy, Instructional Technology, Literature Appreciation, and Library Online Catalog. A K-5 scope and sequence of skills written as “I Can” statements is provided for each of these areas. You choose which areas and skills are most needed for your students, and focus on those. Incorporate these skills into your library program AND help teachers integrate them with their classroom curriculum. Each grade level comes with a two-page set of “I Can” statements for your reference, and printable color-coded posters of each skill’s “I Can” statements. Display these posters in the library as you teach those skills so everyone can see what students are expected to learn. This curriculum is based on standards from the following: American Association of School Librarians, 2016 ISTE Standards for Students, Common Sense Media’s Digital Citizenship Scope & Sequence, Common Core ELA Reading: Literature and Reading: Informational Text. This curriculum resource breaks down the standards into grade-level skills so they can be taught through any library program. Your 21st Century library curriculum is just one click away!