Wednesday, August 16, 2017

Welcome Back!

I am so excited to begin a new school year! We had a fabulous first year in our library and are gearing up for another fun year. 

Here are a few programs that I'm excited to implement this year:
-Lunch Bunch Book Clubs
-Library Experts
-Maker Mondays

I can't wait to see everyone soon!

Monday, February 27, 2017

Read Across America Week!

Reminder- This week is Read Across America Week! Celebrate your love of reading by participating with the following dress up themes:

Mon. 2/27- “Hamster Princess- Harriet the Invincible”-  Dress like a prince or princess.
Tue. 2/28- “Mesmerized”- Dress as a famous inventor.
Wed. 3/1- “Hoot Owl Master of Disguise”-  Wear your favorite disguise.
Thur. 3/2- “Dr. Seuss Day”- Celebrate Dr. Seuss’ birthday by dressing up as your favorite Dr. Seuss character.

Fri. 3/3- “Dream Drum Girl”- Dress as your favorite musician.

Monday, February 20, 2017

Book Fair Recap

Thank you to all of the teachers, students and parents who supported our library by shopping at our Book Fair! 

Wednesday, February 1, 2017

January Highlights

As always, we've been very busy in the library! Below are our monthly statistics:

Here are a few other highlights from learning in the library this month:


2nd graders explored forces of motion

After reading "Drum Dream Girl," 2nd graders explored types of drums on the Garage Band app.

1st grade students learned about literary nonfiction by reading "Henri's Scissors" and then made art like Henri Matisse.

3rd graders learned about drama!

4th grade looked at forces as well and experimented with speed!

3rd-5th graders who read at least 5 Bluebonnet Books got to come to the Bluebonnet Voting Party!

Monday, January 9, 2017

Library Statistics for December

Even though December was a short month for us at school, we were still very busy! As mentioned in my last post, we had our first Family STEAM Night which went great! We also had our first book exchange in the library right before we got out of school for the winter break. Lots of students donated extra books, which meant almost every student was able to leave with some gently new books to read over the break. I also let students each checkout an extra book so there would be no excuses for not reading.