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Here's a slideshow that compares and contrasts Folk Tales and Fairy Tales in a way that kids can understand.  Just click the RIGHT ARROW BUTTON to advance through this slideshow and see this lesson.

Note:  This section is not being updated right now, if you would like to share lesson ideas or lesson plans, please email me at webmaster@clubtnt.org and I will be happy to correspond with you and make my current lessons available.  Thanks!

I have a new project, My LMC Web which is where I am currently posting resources to support library and info/tech literacy skills - thank!

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This is the newsletter I share with upper elementary students this year.  I find the "newsletter" format works great.  I can highlight information I want to share in an easy-to-read (or read aloud) format.  It is fun to offer children the option of taking these home.  Nothing gets kids excited about reading and information & technology literacy skills like giving them things to share with their families. 

My Lesson Plans

Week 1:  Enjoy The School Library:  Let's Have Fun This Year.  This week, the lessons theme will be the same for all grade levels.  I will introduce myself and the staff and the procedures that we will follow each day in the library.

Week 2

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Parts of a Book

Let's review the parts of a book. This slide show is designed to help Kindergartener through second-grader students appreciate books.  Just click the RIGHT ARROW BUTTON to advance through this slideshow and see how the Dewey System works.

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Book and Library Rules


Here's a slideshow that reviews care of library books in a way that kids can understand.  Just click the RIGHT ARROW BUTTON to advance through this slideshow and see this lesson.

Care of Library Books

  • Wash hands before handling books
  • Do not leave books outside
  • Keep books away from water
  • Keep books away from babies and pets
  • Do not throw books
  • Turn pages one at a time
  • Use bookmark to "save" where you stop reading.  DO NOT FOLD OVER A CORNER OF A PAGE!
  • Do not draw or write in library books
  • Please return books on time
  • If a book is damaged, DO NOT REPAIR IT YOURSELF.  Tell the people in the library what is wrong and let them fix it.

Click HERE for a printable, downloadable mini-poster about Mr. Breitsprecher's LiBEARy Book Rules (.pdf).

Using the Library, Be Considerate of Others

  • Respect others using the Media Center
  • Walk quietly, Don't run
  • Keep hands, feet, and objects to yourself so others can listen or work
  • Read silently
  • Talk with "inside voices"
  • Keep materials where they belong
  • Handle materials with care
  • Operate equipment properly

Click HERE for a "I Love It When You Read To Me" Nametag template that can be edited, printed, cut to appropriate size, and laminated for students to wear in Library (MS Word).

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