Coming up with a Library Media curriculum takes time, patience, and testing. This 3rd grade Curriculum bundle includes when and what to teach students about specific library, digital citizenship, coding, library, design, and computer science skills.
This 3rd Grade Library curriculum supports the Scope and Sequence that I have created. It has incredible flexibility allowing you to choose the resources that fit your students’ needs.
This is a growing bundle. That means more activities will be added to this bundle as they are created!
→ These resources include links to digital resources. Click the links to get your own copies.
→ These activities address ISTE, AASL, CSTA, and CCSS standards.
You are going to love how easy it is to plan out your school year, match books to learning outcomes, and meet the needs of young learners.
After downloading this Grade Three Library Curriculum you will receive:
⭐ ️ Activities to introduce Third Graders to new books with a different lens.
⭐️ Coding activities that teach intermediate programmers how to write multiple lines of code to make animations.
⭐ ️ Makerspace activities and stations that are loads of fun for intermediate learners.
⭐️ Research skills that teach students about citing sources.
⭐ ️ Strategies to teach growing techies how to use and create digital products.
⭐️ How to make fun and engaging videos.
⭐️ Virtual Field Trip designed specifically for young inquisitive minds.
⭐ ️Novel Engineering activities for hands-on building and crafting.
⭐️ 3 days of No Prep Sub Plans so you can take a day off without any worries.
⭐️ No prep activities that can be used with any picture book, biography, or informational book. These are also great for sub plans!
⭐ ️ Many lessons and activities include suggested read alouds.
🖥️ Digital Scope and Sequence that not only outlines what K students learn, but also shows how their learning sets them up for future success. Just click on the Kinder tab to get the weekly breakdown.
🖥️ Slideshow that explains the developmental characteristics of elementary students. This gives you an idea of why I chose specific content and focus areas. It also gives you important information to help students be successful learners in the Library Media Center.