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Emoji Book Talks for Library, Classroom, and Announcements This packet includes: •Teaching Guide/Tips and Instructions •Color Book Talk Forms (with or without book talk hints, with drawing response or written response) •Printer Friendly Book Talk
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Want to build a community of readers in your elementary classroom or library? Peer book reviews are a great way to do this! This book review banner has 30 different prompts for responses to fiction reading. Each prompt is presented on two different
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Time for your Scholastic book fair? Try these learning centers in your elementary school library. Each of them uses the book fair flyer for practicing different skills. One is a general seek and find, like "write the title of a book with an animal
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I created this Poetry Picnic to introduce our third graders to poetry. At four different work stations, we meet TEKS and Common Core standards, responding to questions on food shaped papers that we glue on paper plates. Free verse, humorous poetry,
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Would You Rather? cards ask students to choose between two options based on a fiction genre. For example, a card in the mystery set asks if they would rather try to find fingerprints on a corn dog or footprints in hot lava. You can check out a few
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Would You Rather? cards ask students to choose between two options. They can practice supporting their opinions with reasons, verbally or in writing. They can also use math skills and graph group responses. These four sets include one set of 25
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Animals should definitely NOT borrow library books! Here is a center to help your students think about the right way for HUMANS to take care of their library books. This PDF file is the "I Can" sign for the center. Add paper and crayons or markers
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Shaped like a shamrock, this form lets students write book reviews with illustrations onto the shamrock leaves. You can post the finished reviews as March decorations or part of a Saint Patrick's Day bulletin board. At the same time, you'll display
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Do you have trademarked Whispy reading pals in your classroom? Or maybe you've made your own whisperers out of PVC pipe? Here's a simple, cute instruction sign for your learning center, to help your students read in a fun, multi-sensory experience!
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Help me celebrate 100 followers on my Library Centers blog! Here are printable signs for 10 super simple library centers, together with instructions for materials and set-up. This is a great way to get started with library centers, to encourage
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Want to help your students learn to use eReaders? Set them up as a learning center! Load the books on the eReaders ahead of time, and give the students the few, simple rules on this sign. Watch your elementary students take off as they see how much
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We want to encourage our students to share their book recommendations, right? Nothing else has the power of a peer review! With this library center, your students will write short book reviews on star shapes that you've copied onto colorful
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Here's a learning center to help students share book recommendations while helping YOU create a beautiful bulletin board at the same time. Students will cut out a snowflake from a coffee filter, then write a book title on the snowflake with a
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Create quick and simple Library Centers with this starter set of 15 library centers featuring a variety of activities. Library Centers provide engaging, standards-based learning activities for students. They appeal to a variety of ages, abilities
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Print these monster book reviews, add pencils and markers or crayons, and you've got a fun reading center. Not only will it add decorations to your classroom or library, it will provide peer book recommendations to help your young readers choose
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I'm an elementary school librarian and author of The Centered School Library. I blog about reading, makerspaces, and library learning at LibraryLearners.com. Everything that I sell in my TPT store has been tested and refined in my elementary school library with preK through fifth grade students.

MY TEACHING STYLE

I help teachers and librarians like you grow engaged, enthusiastic elementary learners by sharing the best reading, writing, tech, and makerspace resources! I use learning centers (work stations) and makerspaces in my school library. I work hard to connect my students to the JOY of reading. I love the hum of purposeful activity as my students are moving, talking and learning! My library is RARELY quiet! My students are engaged and joyful!

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

The Centered School Library, published by Upstart, 2011 Presenter at TCEA (Texas Computer Educators Association) 2015 and 2016 Presenter at AASL (American Association of School Librarians) 2013 Teacher of the Year at my elementary school, 2017 TASL 2017 Media Virtual Presence Honorary Award for Excellence

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

Texas Tech University, BA, English, 1983 Cornell Law School, JD, 1987 Texas Woman's University, MLS, 2007

ADDITIONAL BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

I'm the proud mother of three sons, and I love to travel as often as possible and to spend long summer days reading on the beach! My pound puppy Pinto keeps me walking, no matter what the weather! My students keep me smiling (and often laughing) all day long.

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