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No-Prep June Library Lessons

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Engage readers and digital enthusiasts of all ages with captivating activities in June! Discover an enchanting pathway to cultivate students’ curiosity with June-themed celebrations. These activities were carefully crafted with an understanding of child development to promote growth and learning. Get ready for a voyage of discovery and development with these meticulously crafted activities in June!

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Dinosaur Virtual Field Trip

Let students walk amongst giants on a dinosaur virtual field trip! They’ll experience dinosaurs first hand, jot their observations, and can even extend their learning with short informational passages!

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COPY - PASTE SHORTCUT PRACTICE: Dinosaurs

Learning how to copy and paste on a Chromebook for the first time can feel overwhelming to young learners. There are a lot of steps to remember! And, it doesn’t feel natural to little hands to press and hold one key while quickly clicking another. It takes time and practice to master this skill.

Define Social Media

Inquiry and standards based activity that teaches students what social media is and how influencers use it. 

 

Selfie Project: PreK Media Literacy

Teach primary students how to take clear pictures with purpose!

Before digging into this activity with students, I teach them the Parts of an iPad.  

Camera Skills for Elementary Students 

Young children know all about selfies and social media. But when it comes time for them to take photos of their own, they are blurry and have no subject. For them to be true digital natives, they need to learn how to take focused photographs.

Code Your Selfie: A Coding Activity

Use these coding activities for students to animate their names in a way that builds community. 

 

 

Privacy Policy Activity

Analyzing App Privacy Policies

Are you concerned about how students mindlessly share their personal information within applications and webtools? Teach them how to carefully read privacy policies of the games and apps they want to use so they can be informed digital consumers

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Dinosaur Virtual Field Trip

Let students walk amongst giants on a dinosaur virtual field trip! They’ll experience dinosaurs first hand, jot their observations, and can even extend their learning with short informational passages!

👇🏼 DOWNLOAD THE PREVIEW TO SEE WHAT'S INCLUDED IN THIS RESOURCES

COPY - PASTE SHORTCUT PRACTICE: Dinosaurs

Learning how to copy and paste on a Chromebook for the first time can feel overwhelming to young learners. There are a lot of steps to remember! And, it doesn’t feel natural to little hands to press and hold one key while quickly clicking another. It takes time and practice to master this skill.

Define Social Media

Inquiry and standards based activity that teaches students what social media is and how influencers use it. 

 

Selfie Project: PreK Media Literacy

Teach primary students how to take clear pictures with purpose!

Before digging into this activity with students, I teach them the Parts of an iPad.  

Camera Skills for Elementary Students 

Young children know all about selfies and social media. But when it comes time for them to take photos of their own, they are blurry and have no subject. For them to be true digital natives, they need to learn how to take focused photographs.

Code Your Selfie: A Coding Activity

Use these coding activities for students to animate their names in a way that builds community. 

 

 

Privacy Policy Activity

Analyzing App Privacy Policies

Are you concerned about how students mindlessly share their personal information within applications and webtools? Teach them how to carefully read privacy policies of the games and apps they want to use so they can be informed digital consumers

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June is cooking with quick, no-prep June Library Lessons and activities! Curated to celebrate Social Media Day, Dinosaur Day, Photography Day, Selfie Day and National Safety Month, these activities make the library smokin’ fun! The resources included in this bundle focus on acquiring digital skills in a fun and meaningful way. 

Rays of imagination and critical thinking will heat up with low-prep activities that use materials and resources you already have on hand! Whether you’re preparing for the end of the school year, or digging into some media skills, this bundle is your essential companion for a month filled with engagement and creativity.

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This BUNDLE of activities includes low- to no-prep resources to teach and celebrate:

  • Social Media Day: Define Social Media resources a great way to help students develop a novel understanding of what social media is and how people their age can use it for good.
  • Dinosaur Day: Who says you can’t go back in time to walk with dinosaurs? This Dinosaur Virtual Field Trip resource invites learners to walk along giants and then dig up more fun facts about these prehistoric creatures. Then, follow up the virtual field trip with a cut & paste create your own dinosaur scene!
  • Photography Day: Even digital natives need to learn how to use a camera well! The Camera Skills resource teaches small hands how to be steady, focused, and purposeful while using a digital camera.
  • Selfie Day: Let’s put a fun twist on the traditional selfie and get kids to create a digital version of themselves that moves with the Code Your Selfie activity. For younger students, have them take selfies that put their character and personality on display!
  • National Safety Month: There are so many ways to practice safety, and knowing your privacy rights is one way to do just that! Use the Analyze App Policies resource to teach young kids how to scan app policies and know what information is being collected, and how it’s being used.