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Library newsletter- September 2015

Library Newsletter

Woo-hoo! We made it through the first couple of weeks!

This is a monthly newsletter I will be sending out with information about the library and some fun other things. If you have any suggestions please send them to me at jennifer.pope@lgisd.net

THINGS JENNIFER CAN HELP YOU WITH

-Compile books, resources, and websites for your lessons

- Do book talks (in the classroom or at the library)

- Assist with research

-Co-teach a lesson/unit (in the classroom or at the library)

- Help with planning

-Help any other way I can!

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Spotlight!

Need that perfect read-aloud book to introduce a new topic? Look no further! Click here


FREE fiction resources:

Apples for the teacher (stories based on seasons and holidays)

Short Kid Stories (folk tales, fables, myths, legends, and poetry)

American Literature (folk tales, fables, myths, legends)

Storyline Online (popular picture books read aloud by celebrities)


FREE nonfiction resources:

Time for Kids (news)

Scholastic News for Kids

National Geographic for Kids (nonfiction articles, games, etc..)

Sports Illustrated for Kids

Kids.gov (articles on many nonfiction subjects, videos, games)

Highlights for Kids (articles, games, activities)

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Feedback

Is there an author or book you know the kids will just LOVE? Come fill out a collection development survey at the library! This feedback will help me decide what books to purchase.


Weeding will be done in our library regularly to keep our materials relevant. Is there any book or resource that we MUST keep because you use it with your curriculum? Please let me know! E-mail me

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TexQuest: Online Resources

TexQuest is the Texas State Library and Archives Commission’s K-12 resources program for Texas public schools. This program provides every public school student in Texas with the opportunity to connect to high quality digital resources for school work and personal growth 24/7, from any Internet-enabled device. These resources are ideal for research, project-based learning, curriculum enrichment with essential materials not found in textbooks, and to pursue personal and professional growth.


Elementary Resource Guide

Secondary ELAR Guide

Secondary Social Studies Guide

Secondary Science Guide


*e-mail me if you need help or need a password

Coming Up....

PreK and Kinder: Library manners, book care, parts of a story

1st: Good fit books, parts of a book, predicting

2nd: Good fit books, making inferences

3rd: Good fit books, Bluebonnet books, making inferences

4th-6th: Scavenger hunt, Bluebonnet books


*Dot Day is September 15th! All week the library will be doing fun activities to celebrate.


*If there are any TEKS or genres you'd like me to focus on, please let me know.