Library week activities
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Next week marks the start of National Library Week!
Lisa Herndon saved to Library ideas
Sat, 7 Feb is National Libraries Day ! Our libraries are facing huge challenges right now with all the budget cuts, and it's a great time to show your support. Libraries with trained librarians are a wonderful haven for readers, especially children, who can work their way through huge amounts of…
Jamie McNulty saved to library
Want to encourage your children to read more? Inspire them with these free, printable bookmarks featuring reading read alike recommendations!
Michelle McCartney saved to display
Make a library outing memorable with these fun printable library activities.
Laura Fitzgibbon Gable saved to Library
* Why does an elephant use her trunk as a bookmark? – Then she NOSE where she stopped reading! * What do planets like to read? – Comet books. * Why was the dinosaur afraid to go to the library? … Continue reading →
Danielle saved to ParaProfessional Needs
I've been doing a little searching about ideas for passive programming -- where I set something up and then the program essentially runs itself. Working only 20-22 hours each week, and overseeing all youth services (babies through teens), I don't have a ton of time for active programs (though I'm getting better and my weeks are running more and more efficiently!). A scavenger hunt seemed to be an easy place to start. I found lots of ideas online, and ended up going with a children's book…
The Library Adventure uses affiliate links, see our policies for more information.Kids ages 8 to 12 are often too busy with scheduled activities of their own to make it to library programs in the afternoons or evenings. For librarians who wish to increase attendance at programs for this age group, this can be very frustrating, […]
Library Jeopardy Fun and engaging way to capture student’s attention. No prep required. Just download and get started! From start to finish, it will take students about 45 minutes to play. This game is great for: -Media Specialists reviewing Library Skills and ELA vocabulary to use with grades 3-5 -ELA teachers to use with grades 3-5 as a review of text features, genres, famous authors, Dewey Decimal System and call numbers, -To assess students’ previous knowledge before teaching for Library…
Michele Hunt saved to Library Programming
So, you're planning programming for the adults in your library and you're looking to change it up? From time to time, this question is posed on the awesome Programming Librarian Interest Group and librarians respond with lots of great possibilities. I thought I'd compile a list and share. Perhaps some of these ideas might work for your library? Local 1. Local History Talks/Presentations 2. Local History Walk 3. Genealogy DIY Crafts 1. Paper Making 2. Stab Binding Books 3. Christmas Ornaments…
Bailey Johnson saved to library program ideas
Encourage reading through sharing! Take some cardboard letters, decoupage book covers, add ribbon and clips and let students and teachers share their favorite books. This was hung right by the entrance/exit doors.
tammy fry saved to library activities