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Yikes! Do you need to assign barcode numbers to textbooks before generating and printing the actual barcodes for some reason? Maybe these forms can help!
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Need an engaging library center with robots and coding for K-4? This center adds a little structure as it helps kids explore the award-winning Ozobot! The resource includes: 1) Nonfiction text in PowerPoint form that describes the Ozobot's
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A library center to help with book selection and coding for K-2? Yes, please! If you have a Code-a-Pillar robot and Bunny's Book Club by Annie Silvestro, this center plan will help you teach a few basic coding terms like algorithm. It also gives
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Opposites, photography, an unlikely friendship, and book care... what a combo! This lesson gets kids up and moving -- and it lends itself to a little dictionary and thesaurus work as well! Start by reading Erik Brooks' Polar Opposites about a
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This library center walks students through the steps of the engineering design process as they work together to plan and create a unique lemonade stand -- with four specific requirements. In this product, you'll receive: - a PowerPoint to project
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Down south, snow days are a special treat! One of these little poem cards tied onto a store-bought pan of cinnamon rolls with a cute ribbon would sure be an easy, neighborly treat. No matter when the snow finally falls, they’ll think fondly of you
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My kiddos are in need of some mid-year reminders concerning our book care and library rules! I love this little book for January, so I thought I’d use the squirrel’s dilemma to do the talking for me in a group discussion format! In the
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When a student says, "I can't do it!" Do you encourage by saying, "Not yet, but you will!"? If so, you're going to love Ashley Spires' new book,The Thing Lou Couldn't Do! It's a great story to help us think about facing our fears when we encounter
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This PowerPoint includes: - a little history behind the Arkansas Diamond Primary Book Award - a link to the Crater of Diamonds State Park site with a great 2:47 minute video. - explanation about how the books become nominees - an overview of the
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January and February can drag on and on... why not toss some quirky mini-research about hiccups into your wintry mix? Start by reading Little Penguin Gets the Hiccups and let the fun begin! Your students will learn to use a variety of online
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The collection includes 25 different bookmarks for New Year's Day (5 years from 2018-2022!) as well as for January and February birthday kiddos, and for Valentine's Day! Just print, cut, and give away!
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Are you a busy librarian who needs quick, easy, and purposeful lessons? (Meeee too!) I use this "Bite-Sized Library Lesson" to help my students compare and contrast story elements -- characters, setting, and plot. We use an old favorite -- The
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Everybody needs a brain boost in January! BUT, our pre-Ks, kinders, and firsties especially need a fun brain boost to get them up and moving when the January days begin to seem reallllly long. When you read through this set of PPT slides, they'll
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Everybody needs a brain boost in December! Our pre-Ks, kinders, and firsties are soooo little, and we're asking them to do so much these days! How about providing a fun little wiggle break/brain boost to get them up & moving when the December
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Sure, kids can talk all day -- but can they COMMUNICATE? Here's a great little PowerPoint (with a slide-by-slide script) to help students learn what it takes to participate in a class discussion effectively. The goal is for students to brainstorm
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This set of 12 birthday bookmarks will be a sweet treat for your students! Print them on brightly colored paper for give-aways -- or use them as a low-prep, library center for coloring fun!
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Are you planning to read Thanksgiving at the Tappletons’ or Bear Says Thanks this November? This rhyming, guessing game works perfectly for a Thanksgiving library lesson! It's one that I’ve used for many years -- first, with homemade felt board
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The beloved tale Library Lion lends itself to lessons involving character analysis, inference, and fact vs. opinion. These three new resources can help you lead group discussions (K-1) or you can have more advanced students (2-3) work independently
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I'm finishing year 32 as an educator -- and 24 of those years have been spent in a variety of beautiful, cozy, K-8 library media centers. My classroom experience includes Montessori preschool (3 and 4 year olds) and public school kindergarten and first grade. I've been a librarian at the elementary, intermediate, and middle school levels.

MY TEACHING STYLE

Work hard, pray hard, read a lot, smile a lot, hug a lot...and have a little fun, too!

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

National Board for Professional Teaching Certification, 2005.

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

B.S.E. in Early Childhood/Elementary Education and Middle School Social Studies (University of Central Arkansas) M.S.E. in Library Media and Information Technologies (University of Central Arkansas) Professional Certificate in Online Education (University of Wisconsin-Madison)

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