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Year of Library Curriculum: Grade 5

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COMPLETE Fifth Grade Library Curriculum for an entire school year! This Curriculum Bundle outlines what to teach in your library media center for Fifth Grade students 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.

👇🏼 Download the preview to see what’s included. 

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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. 

👇🏼 PREVIEW WHAT'S INCLUDED IN THE SLIDING GLASS DOOR BOOK TASTINGS.

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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.  

👇🏼 Download the preview to see what’s included! 

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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.

👇🏼 PREVIEW WHAT'S INCLUDED IN THE CITATION INTRODUCTION ACTIVITIES!

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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.

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

 

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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.

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

 

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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!

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

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Book Fair Activities for elementary Students

Book Fair Activities

Elevate your book fair with these engaging book fair activities, ensuring a balanced and inclusive experience for all students and librarians alike.

The digital activities included require the download of these free apps to student devices: Canva, ChatterPix Kids, 3DBear, Goosechase, PicCollage EDU.

👇🏼 Download the preview to see what's included!

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NO PREP Plans for Any Picture Books

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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NO PREP Plans for ANY Biography

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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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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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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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.

👇🏼 Download the preview to see what’s included. 

1

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

1

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. 

👇🏼 PREVIEW WHAT'S INCLUDED IN THE SLIDING GLASS DOOR BOOK TASTINGS.

1

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.  

👇🏼 Download the preview to see what’s included! 

1
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.

👇🏼 PREVIEW WHAT'S INCLUDED IN THE CITATION INTRODUCTION ACTIVITIES!

1

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.

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

 

1

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.

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

 

1

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.

1

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!

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

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Book Fair Activities for elementary Students

Book Fair Activities

Elevate your book fair with these engaging book fair activities, ensuring a balanced and inclusive experience for all students and librarians alike.

The digital activities included require the download of these free apps to student devices: Canva, ChatterPix Kids, 3DBear, Goosechase, PicCollage EDU.

👇🏼 Download the preview to see what's included!

1

NO PREP Plans for Any Picture Books

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!

1

NO PREP Plans for ANY Biography

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!

1

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!

1
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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Description

Coming up with a Library Media curriculum takes time, patience, and testing. This 5th grade Curriculum bundle includes when and what to teach students about specific library, digital citizenship, coding, library, design, and computer science skills. 

This 5th 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.

Included

After downloading this Grade Five Library Curriculum you will receive: 

⭐ ️ Activities to introduce Fifth 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 how to write in-text citations during research. 

⭐ ️Strategies to teach growing techies how to create digital products. 

⭐️ How to make fun and engaging videos. 

⭐️ Digital Citizenship Activities that teach students to analyze what they see on social media platforms.

⭐️ Digital Citizenship Activities that engages students to analyze how they use technology. 

⭐ ️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.