All of you YA folks – send your ideas here: http://www.slj.com/2012/11/programs/wanted-365-ya-programming-ideas/ This is going to be an awesome collection of ideas, I just know it! What a tool to have as we embark (or continue) on this voyage.
Storytime Katie has a post about props in storytime. I am always up for new ideas…such great outside the box…or inside the box…or…well, just read the post below. And my comment. 🙂 http://www.alsc.ala.org/blog/2012/11/props-in-storytimes/comment-page-1/#comment-42452
This one goes out to all the…well, I was going to say school librarians/teachers, but I think this is worth a look for any YS interested characters. These gals review books to use as “mentor texts” or “anchor texts” and give ideas for themed lesson plans. I have to admit I was a little dizzy […]
Stumbled across this article today. It’s from 2007, but it was still very interesting, especially as a mother of two boys. Especially as a mother of a kindergartener who only gets in trouble at school because he “can’t stop jumping”. Oy! http://www.schoollibraryjournal.com/article/CA6472910.html If you aren’t into all of the developmental stuff, here is an interesting […]
Kindergarten words are great. We’re running out of room though. They are on the kitchen wall so that we see them at least three times a day (but actually WAY more than that). We can read the words, but also compare and contrast words. The tricky word wall is perfect for starting conversations.