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PreK-6 Library Curriculum

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COMPLETE PreK-6 Library Curriculum that sets up an entire school year–it outlines what to teach across multiple content areas.

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Elementary Library Scope and Sequence

The PreK - 6 Library Scope & Sequence is a comprehensive guide that breaks down what to teach week-by-week. This invaluable resource outlines the curriculum for PreKindergarten through 6th Grade, ensuring you never scramble for ideas.

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Editable Library Planner for Elementary School Librarians!

Editable Library Planner

Streamline your planning process with our ultimate editable library planner. Customizable monthly calendars, celebrations, and 7 weekly templates. Designed for school librarians.

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→ This resource includes links to digital resources. Click the link to get your own copies.

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No Prep Plans for Hispanic Heritage Month

NO PREP PLAN for HISPANIC HERITAGE MONTH that are perfect for the library and substitute teacher. 

👇🏼 PREVIEW WHAT'S INCLUDED IN THE NO PREP SUB PLANS FOR HISPANIC HERITAGE MONTH.

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Editable Read-aloud activities for grades PreK-6 in the library

Editable Read-Aloud Activities

From fostering story retelling to encouraging in-depth analysis, these editable read-aloud activities offer learning opportunities that inspire curiosity, spark imagination, and cultivate lifelong learners. Engage your students in meaningful exploration and unlock their full potential with this versatile resource.

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→ This resource is editable in Google Slides.

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Native American Heritage lesson with graphic organizers

No-Prep Native American Heritage Lessons

Say so long to stodgy stacks and hello to engaged kiddos learning about rich, indigenous cultures through fictional stories. 

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NO PREP PLANS FOR ANY INFORMATIONAL BOOK

STOP SPENDING LARGE AMOUNTS OF TIME ON PLANS THAT SUBS WON’T USE AND STUDENTS WON’T LIKE. These NO PREP Sub Plans will leave subs and students happy without taking up loads of your prep time. Just print, organize and take a worry free day off!

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Paraphrasing and Plagiarism activities for intermediate students

Paraphrasing and Plagiarism Activities

Instill the art of paraphrasing in young researchers to deter plagiarism. Many elementary students unknowingly duplicate text verbatim from their resources. They don’t realize it constitutes unethical research behavior – plagiarism. These paraphrasing and plagiarism activities help them understand the difference! 

👇🏼 Download the preview to see what’s included and try the paraphrasing word scramble right now! 

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Women's History lesson and resources for elementary libraries

Women's History Month Lesson for Elementary Libraries

With its standards-based lesson, curated book suggestions, engaging graphic organizers, and creative activities, this resource simplifies planning and enriches the learning experience. It's an essential tool for fostering a love of reading and promoting inclusivity in your library.

→ Download the preview to see what’s included and peek at examples of the activities! 

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Video Graphic Organizers

Help students stay focused and organized when creating videos. Video software and platforms can feel overwhelming to students, and it’s easy for them to become distracted by any platform’s bells and whistles. Eliminate that feeling for them and use  a systematic approach when teaching video making.

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Digital Poetry Stations

Oftentimes, writing poetry feels daunting and unappealing to students. That’s because they are in desperate need of new and innovative ways to write poems. Digital poetry is fun, and invites different types of creativity!

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Digital Book Reviews

Empower student voice & choice with digital book reviews!

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Windows of the World paperless activities

Windows of the World—Paperless Activities

Ready to bring the world into your library or classroom and ignite curiosity? Enhance your teaching toolkit with Windows of the World. Download the preview to see what's included and start your students on a journey of discovery and learning that they'll never forget.

After downloading, immediately start exploring the world with your students!

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No prep library sub plans for grades 5 and 6

No-Prep Library Sub Plans: Grades 5 and 6

Say goodbye to the stress of last-minute sub preparations and welcome a seamless substitute experience in your library with our convenient No-Prep Library Sub Plans.

👉🏼 This is a Google Slides file. You will be provided with a copy for your own Google Drive. 

👉🏼 Read more about how to keep substitute teacher happy!

👇🏼 Download the preview to see what’s included and try a sample of the activity! 

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Books as Sliding Glass Doors First Day Activity

Print, digital and unplugged activities that introduce students to books that act as sliding glass doors. 

👇🏼 PREVIEW THE SLIDING GLASS DOORS ACTIVITY

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Books as Sliding Doors: Book Tasting Activities

Active and interactive book tastings for upper elementary students to discover books that act as sliding glass doors. 

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Copyright Scavenger Hunt

Get young digital citizens up and moving as they show what they know about copyrighted materials. Pre assess prior knowledge and post assess student understanding of copyright with interactive and collaborative activities.  

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Citation activities empower young researchers.

Introduction to Citation Activities

After engaging with these citation activities, students will become citation experts! Are you tired of fielding questions from your students about the purpose of creating bibliographies or trying to make them grasp that just because information is on the internet doesn’t grant them carte blanche to use it as they please? 

This lesson can be used with grades 2 - 5, and can be spread out over 1-3 days depending on your needs and available time.

One of the suggested resources requires a BrainPOP subscription. If you do not have one, please use the alternative handout that does not include BrainPOP.

One of the suggested resources is a Blooket. You can learn more about this FREE tool here.

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Identify In-Text Citation Citations

Teach young research writers what proper in-text citations look like and stop worrying about them ethically sharing information. Knowing that we should cite sources that we quote and paraphrase is key to being a Digital Citizen.

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Writing In-Text Citations

Teach students how to write in-text citations when sharing research in papers and projects. Decrease your worries of them plagiarizing and increase their Digital Citizenship skills.

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Books as Windows First Day Activities

Print, digital and unplugged activities that introduce Fourth Graders to books that act as windows. 

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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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Define Social Media Branding

Inquiry and standards based activity that teaches students what a brand is and how to apply the concept to social media.

 

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Define Social Media

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

 

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Identifying Social Media Brand Elements

Inquiry and standards based activity that has students analyze social media accounts to help them make informed decisions about their own social media personas. 

 

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Design a Social Media Brand

Inquiry and standards based activity that teaches students what a brand is and how to apply the concept to social media.

 

 

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Website Evaluation Introduction Lesson

Teach students how to differentiate FAKE websites from REAL sites.

 

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WEBSITE EVALUATION ACTIVITY

Website Evaluation Activity

Get students to differentiate between FAKE and REAL websites.

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Website Evaluation for Research

Guide students to evaluate websites for independent research. Help them make sure they are using trustworthy sites.

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Website Evaluation Games

Help your students master the criteria for evaluating websites! 

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Garrett Morgan: Inventor Activities

This resource has a variety of activities that keep students engaged. It provides both you and your students voice and choice in how they demonstrate their learning about Garrett Morgan. It also engages them in solving real world problems, just like Garrett Morgan did! 

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Elephant Virtual Field Trip

Let students get up close and personal while on an elephant virtual field trip! They’ll experience elephants first hand, jot their observations, and can even extend their learning with short informational passages!

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Virtual Field Trip: Rhinoceros

Let students hang out with our safari friends on a rhino virtual field trip! They’ll experience rhinos first hand, jot their observations, and can even extend their learning with short informational passages!

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Novel Engineering Journal

ENGAGE STUDENTS IN THE ENGINEERING AND DESIGN PROCESS THROUGH LITERATURE! Encourage students to think creatively about the problems characters face in the books they read when you invite them to engineer alternative solutions.

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No-Prep Library Sub Plans for Grades 3 and 4

No-Prep Library Sub Plans for Grades 3 and 4

Say goodbye to the stress of last-minute sub preparations and welcome a seamless substitute experience in your library with our convenient No-Prep Library Sub Plans for Grades 3 and 4.

👉🏼 This is a Google Slides file. You will be provided with a copy for your own Google Drive. 

👉🏼 Read more about how to keep substitute teacher happy!

👇🏼 Download the preview to see what’s included and try a sample of the activity! 

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Books as Mirrors First Day Activities

Print, digital and unplugged activities that introduce Third Graders to books that act as mirrors. 

👇🏼 PREVIEW THE BOOKS AS MIRRORS FIRST DAY ACTIVITY HERE.

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Analyzing Mobile Apps

Are you tired of students asking you to download apps to school devices without any strong reasons? Teach them how to carefully read descriptions of the games and apps they want to use in school so they can be informed consumers.

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Code Your Selfie: A Coding Activity

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

 

 

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Interactive activities and resources to teach children about Civil Rights Leaders

Civil Rights Leaders Lesson & Activities

Keep engagement high with the Civil Rights Leaders Lesson activity pack. Perfect to spark critical thinking skills in a captivating way!

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Bibliography Introduction: Citation Lesson

Teach young researchers about bibliographies in a fun and interactive way. Not only will they learn about bibliographies, but they will engage in critical thinking and social skills. 

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Bibliography Generator Lesson

It can be really hard to remember everything that needs to be included in a citation and in what order to place it. Teaching young students how to use a citation generator will save time and decrease stress. 

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Lonnie Johnson: Inventor Activities

Engage students in sequencing, engineering, and more as they learn about Lonnie Johnson. This activity is perfect for Black History Month and teaches students about the accomplishments and contributions of engineer and world famous super soaker creator, Lonnie Johnson. 

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Sea Turtle Virtual Field Trip

Let students swim with our ocean friends on a sea turtle virtual field trip! They’ll experience sea turtles first hand, jot their observations, and can even extend their learning with short informational passages!

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Manatee Virtual Field Trip

Let students swim alongside our water friends on a manatee virtual field trip! They’ll experience manatee first hand, jot their observations, and can even extend their learning with short informational passages!

👇🏼 PREVIEW WHAT'S INCLUDED IN THE MANATEE VIRTUAL FIELD TRIP

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Paper Makerspace Challenges: No Prep

No Prep Makerspace Challenges are perfect for busy librarians and staff who run makerspaces. Just print the challenges and leave them out for anyone to use without adding additional prep to their plates! 

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First Day Activities: Second Grade

Print, digital and unplugged activities that give Second Graders a glimpse of what to look forward to in Library class. 

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Define Copyright Lesson

Teach students to follow and respect copyright law when using digital content!

Digital materials are included in this resource. To get your own copies, click the links included in the PDF.

 

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Citing Images

Teach students to be ethical digital citizens when they use images and other artwork. Stop worrying about where students get artistic content & how they are crediting artists with fun activities that explicitly teach them 2 ways to cite images.

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Animated Names: A Coding Activity

Teach students how to write simple algorithms to move multiple sprites at once. Your kids will love the ability to make their name move and personalize it. In addition, they will learn about loops, conditionals, real-time debugging, and how to reset sprites.

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COPY - PASTE SHORTCUT PRACTICE

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.

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Sloth Virtual Field Trip

Let students hang out with our slow friends on a sloth virtual field trip! They’ll experience sloth first hand, jot their observations, and can even extend their learning with short informational passages!

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Library Catalog Activities

Help students learn how to find the books they love on the library shelves. They’ll be able to use the library catalog, spine labels, and authors’ last names to be independent library patrons.  

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No-Prep Library Sub Plans: Grades 1 and 2

Say goodbye to the stress of last-minute sub preparations and welcome a seamless substitute experience in your library with our convenient No-Prep Library Sub Plans.

👉🏼 This is a Google Slides file. You will be provided with a copy for your own Google Drive. 

👉🏼 Read more about how to keep substitute teacher happy!

👇🏼 Download the preview to see what’s included and try a sample of the activity! 

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Cut & Paste Shortcut Practice: Fill in the Blanks

Learning how to cut 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.

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Monkey Virtual Field Trip

Let students hang out with our rainforest friends on a monkey virtual field trip! They’ll experience monkeys first hand, jot their observations, and can even extend their learning with short informational passages!

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Digital Design: Making Videos with Chatterpix

Teach students how to create short animations that are fun and purposeful. Primary students are capable of creating powerful products. And they love creating videos! The activities included in this resource walk them through how to do all of that while having loads of fun. 

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First Day Activities: First Grade

Print, digital and unplugged activities that give First Graders a glimpse of what to look forward to in Library class.

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Spine Label Order: Library Activities

Help students learn how to find the books they love on the library shelves. They’ll be able to use the alphabet, spine labels, and authors’ last names to be independent library patrons.  

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Conditional Coding Alphabet

STUDENTS LEARN THE ALPHABET, SPELL THEIR NAMES, AND LEARN CODING CONCEPTS WHILE THEY GET UP AND MOVE!

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Remixing Code

Activities to help students critically think about the code they choose to use.

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First Grade Research Graphic Organizers

Help First Graders Organize their Research Notes.

The files for PicCollage™ and Seesaw™ are linked on page 4. Click the link and you will be brought to a folder. Click the download arrow in the upper right to get your own copy!

 

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Analyzing Resources Grade 1

Keep students engaged in the research process by teaching them how to access, choose, and use resources that teach them about their topic and meet their learning needs.

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Help young learners unlock the secrets of research success with engaging activities to teach types of research sources!

Types of Research Sources

Teach young researchers to identify different types of sources!

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COPY - PASTE SHORTCUT PRACTICE

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.

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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.

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COPY - PASTE SHORTCUT PRACTICE: Pond Life

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.

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COPY - PASTE SHORTCUT PRACTICE: STORYTIME

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!

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COPY - PASTE SHORTCUT PRACTICE: VEHICLES

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.

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Halloween No Prep Makerspace Activities

Engage students in Halloween themed read alouds and makerspace activities with no extra prep for you.

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Teach library media routines, procedures, and concepts to young learners pretty quickly with these library skills songs that get everyone singing!

Library Skills Songs

Help students learn library routines, skills, and concepts through music! Elementary children can struggle to keep all of the specials’ expectations straight. These cute and corny songs help them remember routines and skills that are library specific.

 

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Kangaroo Virtual Field Trip

Let students hop alongside our Australian friends on a kangaroo virtual field trip! They’ll experience kangaroos first hand, jot their observations, and can even extend their learning with short informational passages!

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Koala Virtual Field Trip

Let students snuggle up to our Australian friends on a koala virtual field trip! They’ll experience koalas first hand, jot their observations, and can even extend their learning with short informational passages!

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Craft Stick Makerspace Challenges

No Prep Makerspace Challenges are perfect for busy librarians and staff who run makerspaces. Just print the challenges and leave them out for anyone to use without adding additional prep to their plates! 

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Augmented Reality Dot Day Lesson

Bring Dot Day to Life with this lesson that incorporates augmented reality and increases student engagement!

This lesson uses the free app 3DBear and will need to be installed on student devices

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First Day Library Activities: Kindergarten

Print, digital and unplugged activities that give Kindergarteners a glimpse of what to look forward to in Library class. 

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Library Alphabet Activities

Help students learn how the library is organized so they can find their favorite books & authors. They’ll practice ABC Order and use the alphabet to find books by the author’s last name. 

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Book Care and Circulation

Use these routines to develop independence and responsibility so PreK students borrow library books responsibly.

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Turn young digital natives into experts with Parts of an iPad Activities. Enhance digital literacy and confidence with hands-on learning!

Parts of an iPad Activities and Games

Turn young digital natives into experts with Parts of an iPad Activities. Enhance digital literacy and confidence with hands-on learning! 

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iPad Care Games

Print and digital games that help young students learn how to care for school technology. 

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Parts of a Chromebook Activities

TEACH YOUNG STUDENTS TO INDEPENDENTLY USE A CHROMEBOOK OR LAPTOP! With a few activities they’ll become familiar with the most important parts of a Chromebook, how to turn it on, how to login, and how to use the trackpad. Great way for Kindergarten and First Grade students to learn basic skills.

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Dinovember Activities and no-prep lesson plans

Dinovember Activities

Let's make Dinovember an unforgettable adventure for students, where they'll learn, grow, and roar with excitement! This resource includes makerspace, engineering, and design prompts for each lesson, giving students opportunities to explore hands-on learning. Plus, we've got you covered with no-prep sub plans for two captivating books that work across all grade levels. With just a quick print and some basic instructions, you can ensure learning continues seamlessly in your absence.

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Intro to Coding - Algorithms & Series

Introducing coding and algorithms to early learners can be FUN and include real world connections. 

  • Link included for Seesaw Activity
  • Link included for Google™ Slide Drag & drop Activity

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Sequence in Coding Lesson

Get young learners up and moving with this complete lesson that will teach them the concept of sequencing. 

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Intro to Debugging: A Coding Lesson

Highly engaging lesson to teach the concept of DEBUGGING CODE to primary students. 

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Novel Engineering: If I Had a Gryphon

Invite students to create designer pets as they put their imagination to work. They will love creating fantastical pets that they wish they could own, just like Sam in the story. They’ll love the different activities that encourage them to combine different animal parts to create brand new creatures. 

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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.

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Kindergarten Research Graphic Organizers

Help young researchers take notes with these kid friendly graphic organizers.

The files for PicCollage™ and Seesaw™ are linked on page 4. Click the link and you will be brought to a folder. Click the download arrow in the upper right to get your own copy!

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Analyzing Resources Kindergarten

Keep students engaged in the research process by teaching them how to access, choose, and  resources that teach them about their topic and meet their learning needs.

👇🏼 DOWNLOAD THE PREVIEW TO SEE HOW KINDERGARTEN ANALYZES RESOURCES.

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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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Virtual Field Trip: Sharks

Let students swim with our ocean friends on a shark virtual field trip! They’ll experience sharks first hand, jot their observations, and can even extend their learning with short informational passages!

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No Prep Library Sub Plans: PreK and Kindergarten

Say goodbye to the stress of last-minute sub preparations and welcome a seamless substitute experience in your library with our convenient No-Prep Library Sub Plans.

👉🏼 This is a Google Slides file. You will be provided with a copy for your own Google Drive. 

👉🏼 Read more about how to keep substitute teacher happy!

👇🏼 Download the preview to see what’s included and try a sample of the activity! 

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Fire Safety Week No Prep Makerspace Stations

Engage students in Fire Safety with no prep makerspace stations that they’ll love.

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What is Code Lesson

Introduce the concept of coding to PreKindergarten Students in a fun and interactive way. 

👇🏼 Preview what's included in this introductory coding lesson.

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Play-Based Coding Lesson

Introduce the concept of coding to PreKindergarten Students with Play-Based Learning.

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Series in Coding Lesson

Get young learners up and moving with this interactive lesson that will teach them the concept of a series of code. 

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Play Based Programming

A standards-based lesson and activities that guides you to teach early learners how to be a computer programmer. 

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Introducing Robots Lesson

Standards based lessons to help you introduce primary students to programming robots! 

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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.  

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Intro to Programming Lesson

A standards-based lesson that guides you to teach early learners how to be a computer programmer. 

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Programming Animations: Coding Lesson

Guide young students to thoughtfully and deliberately write algorithms that code animations.

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Honeybee Virtual Field Trip

Let students buzz alongside our pollinating friends on a honeybee virtual field trip! They’ll experience honeybees first hand, jot their observations, and can even extend their learning with short informational passages!

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Butterfly Virtual Field Trip

Let students get up close and personal while on a butterfly virtual field trip! They’ll experience butterflies first hand, jot their observations, and can even extend their learning with short informational passages!

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Elementary Library Scope and Sequence

The PreK - 6 Library Scope & Sequence is a comprehensive guide that breaks down what to teach week-by-week. This invaluable resource outlines the curriculum for PreKindergarten through 6th Grade, ensuring you never scramble for ideas.

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Editable Library Planner for Elementary School Librarians!

Editable Library Planner

Streamline your planning process with our ultimate editable library planner. Customizable monthly calendars, celebrations, and 7 weekly templates. Designed for school librarians.

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→ This resource includes links to digital resources. Click the link to get your own copies.

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No Prep Plans for Hispanic Heritage Month

NO PREP PLAN for HISPANIC HERITAGE MONTH that are perfect for the library and substitute teacher. 

👇🏼 PREVIEW WHAT'S INCLUDED IN THE NO PREP SUB PLANS FOR HISPANIC HERITAGE MONTH.

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Editable Read-aloud activities for grades PreK-6 in the library

Editable Read-Aloud Activities

From fostering story retelling to encouraging in-depth analysis, these editable read-aloud activities offer learning opportunities that inspire curiosity, spark imagination, and cultivate lifelong learners. Engage your students in meaningful exploration and unlock their full potential with this versatile resource.

→ Download the preview to see what’s included! 

→ This resource is editable in Google Slides.

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Native American Heritage lesson with graphic organizers

No-Prep Native American Heritage Lessons

Say so long to stodgy stacks and hello to engaged kiddos learning about rich, indigenous cultures through fictional stories. 

→ Download the preview to see what’s included in the activity! 

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NO PREP PLANS FOR ANY INFORMATIONAL BOOK

STOP SPENDING LARGE AMOUNTS OF TIME ON PLANS THAT SUBS WON’T USE AND STUDENTS WON’T LIKE. These NO PREP Sub Plans will leave subs and students happy without taking up loads of your prep time. Just print, organize and take a worry free day off!

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Paraphrasing and Plagiarism activities for intermediate students

Paraphrasing and Plagiarism Activities

Instill the art of paraphrasing in young researchers to deter plagiarism. Many elementary students unknowingly duplicate text verbatim from their resources. They don’t realize it constitutes unethical research behavior – plagiarism. These paraphrasing and plagiarism activities help them understand the difference! 

👇🏼 Download the preview to see what’s included and try the paraphrasing word scramble right now! 

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Women's History lesson and resources for elementary libraries

Women's History Month Lesson for Elementary Libraries

With its standards-based lesson, curated book suggestions, engaging graphic organizers, and creative activities, this resource simplifies planning and enriches the learning experience. It's an essential tool for fostering a love of reading and promoting inclusivity in your library.

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Video Graphic Organizers

Help students stay focused and organized when creating videos. Video software and platforms can feel overwhelming to students, and it’s easy for them to become distracted by any platform’s bells and whistles. Eliminate that feeling for them and use  a systematic approach when teaching video making.

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Digital Poetry Stations

Oftentimes, writing poetry feels daunting and unappealing to students. That’s because they are in desperate need of new and innovative ways to write poems. Digital poetry is fun, and invites different types of creativity!

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Digital Book Reviews

Empower student voice & choice with digital book reviews!

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Windows of the World paperless activities

Windows of the World—Paperless Activities

Ready to bring the world into your library or classroom and ignite curiosity? Enhance your teaching toolkit with Windows of the World. Download the preview to see what's included and start your students on a journey of discovery and learning that they'll never forget.

After downloading, immediately start exploring the world with your students!

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No prep library sub plans for grades 5 and 6

No-Prep Library Sub Plans: Grades 5 and 6

Say goodbye to the stress of last-minute sub preparations and welcome a seamless substitute experience in your library with our convenient No-Prep Library Sub Plans.

👉🏼 This is a Google Slides file. You will be provided with a copy for your own Google Drive. 

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Books as Sliding Glass Doors First Day Activity

Print, digital and unplugged activities that introduce students to books that act as sliding glass doors. 

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Books as Sliding Doors: Book Tasting Activities

Active and interactive book tastings for upper elementary students to discover books that act as sliding glass doors. 

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Copyright Scavenger Hunt

Get young digital citizens up and moving as they show what they know about copyrighted materials. Pre assess prior knowledge and post assess student understanding of copyright with interactive and collaborative activities.  

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Citation activities empower young researchers.

Introduction to Citation Activities

After engaging with these citation activities, students will become citation experts! Are you tired of fielding questions from your students about the purpose of creating bibliographies or trying to make them grasp that just because information is on the internet doesn’t grant them carte blanche to use it as they please? 

This lesson can be used with grades 2 - 5, and can be spread out over 1-3 days depending on your needs and available time.

One of the suggested resources requires a BrainPOP subscription. If you do not have one, please use the alternative handout that does not include BrainPOP.

One of the suggested resources is a Blooket. You can learn more about this FREE tool here.

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Identify In-Text Citation Citations

Teach young research writers what proper in-text citations look like and stop worrying about them ethically sharing information. Knowing that we should cite sources that we quote and paraphrase is key to being a Digital Citizen.

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Writing In-Text Citations

Teach students how to write in-text citations when sharing research in papers and projects. Decrease your worries of them plagiarizing and increase their Digital Citizenship skills.

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Books as Windows First Day Activities

Print, digital and unplugged activities that introduce Fourth Graders to books that act as windows. 

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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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Define Social Media Branding