Friday, June 7, 2013

Library Time!

Hey y'all!

It's Sara from Miss V's Busy Bees again!

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My button looks different than last month... that's because my personal blog got a MAKEOVER! Oh yeah! I am LOVING it! Loads of blues and greens and nautical. It's so much more... me :)

So, if you know me... you know I am obsessed with books!

Like, OBSESSED. On my iPad, I have the Kindle app, Nook app, iBooks app, and GoodReads app. I'm always on the lookout for new books - especially when I'm at the library, at a bookstore, on the internet, and anywhere else that talks about or promotes books!


Being that it's summer, I wanted to start creating things for my (hopefully soon) future classroom that helped celebrate reading!

This past Monday, I created a book bin for my classroom on the Monday Made It linky series that is hosted by a fantastic blogger named Tara.


Then, this past Tuesday, I made some library check out cards for the classroom OR the library on my new personal bloggy series.

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And now, I've come up with this idea to help not only you as a teacher, but the library teacher, too, spend some time in the library LEARNING and READING at the same time! Cool, huh?

Oh yeah, I know it!

Anyways... so what did I do?

Well, I created a set of task cards for your kiddos to do while they are IN the library!

Have you ever had those days in the library where your kiddos are just literally not doing anything but chatting? Not even reading? Or listening to you read to them?


Yep... we've all been there...

Below is a FREE set of task cards for you and your students to complete while they are in the library. All task cards require students to physically get up and move around. Some require students to get up and find a book that starts with a letter. Some require students to find a specific author. Some require to students to even find a specific character in a book! This is bound to keep them busy for days :)

The only thing you need to supply your students with is paper OR the Scoot paper I have provided in the pack. They'll need to bring something to write with and of course, you'll need to print out the cards.. but that is IT! Otherwise, they'll just need their imagination and their legs!

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See ya next month here on Teaching Blog Roundup!

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See y'all soon!

1 comment:

  1. Your blog always impresses. it is one of my must read blogs.
    Paula
    Paula’s Place and iSURF Maths

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