It is finally time for the students to show what they know! We are taking our Library Orientation Assessment on BYOA this week. I think the students are going to do a fantastic job of knowing where all the books and important areas are in the Library Media Center. I am really proud of our kiddos and all they learn each day!
Next week we will be sharing a Thanksgiving story in class.
Our BYOA Assessment over the Map of the Library Media Center is scheduled for next week. Although we have studied the important areas for four weeks, it may be helpful for you to study this map if you get the chance. Remember, 4th Grade only needs to know the location of the books, 5th Grade will be responsible for the location of the books as well as the New Book Tables, the Computer Work Stations, and the Student Tables, and 6th Grade will be responsible for knowing all of the Map locations.
When the Slave Esperanca Garcia Wrote a Letter
Edible Science: Experiments You Can Eat
Welcome to Mars: Making a Home on the Red Planet
The Octopus Scientists: Exploring the Mind of a Mollusk
12 Reptiles Back From the Brink
Super Simple Fairy Gardens: A Kid's Guide to Gardening
European Burmese Cats
Kurilian Bobtail Cats
Turkish Van Cats
The 12 Biggest Breakthroughs in Food Technology
Origami Explosion: Scorpions, Whales, Boxes, and More!
Origami Folding Frenzy: Boats, Fish, Cranes, and More!
Origami Palooza: Dragons, Turtles, Birds, and More!
Origami Papertainment: Samurai, Owls, Ninja Stars, and More!
Portraits & Animals
Painting and Other Amazing Techniques
Simple Pattern Building Techniques
Stratford Zoo Midnight Revue Presents: Romeo and Juliet
The Boy Who Crashed to Earth: #1: Hilo Book 1
Drawing Awesome Cars
Drawing Awesome Cartoon Characters
You Can Draw Farm Animals
You Can Draw Insects
Drawing Awesome People at Work
You Can Draw Pets
Drawing Awesome Sea Creatures
You Can Draw Wild Animals
What Makes Sports Gear Safe?
Legends: The Best Players, Games, and Teams in Football
Poet: The Remarkable Story of George Moses Horton of Chapel Hill
Lorde: Songstress With Style
Idina Menzel: Vocal Superpower
Shailene Woodley: Divergent's Daring Star
The Thing About Jellyfish: A Novel
Escape From Baxters' Barn
Attack of the Mud Creatures: Spine Shivers
the Grin in the Dark: Spine Shivers
The Screaming Bridge: Spine Shivers
Tech Fury: Spine Shivers
The 39-Story Treehouse #3: Treehouse
Design Disaster #6: Chloe by Design
Fashion Week Finale #8: Chloe by Design
Intern Ambition #5: Chloe by Design
Runway Rundown #7: Chloe by Design
The Forgotten Sisters
Watch the Sky
the Sign of the Cat
Binny in Secret #2: Binny
Save Rafe! #6: Middle School
The Wolf Wilder
The Chosen Prince
Blur On the Base Paths
Break to the Goal
Dive For the Goal Line
Drive to the Hoop
Eyes On the Puck
Pass For the Basket
Race Down the Slopes
Strike Out the Side
Harriet the Invincible #1: Hamster Princess
Look at all of the books we were able to buy in addition to the books we took directly from our Fall Book Fair! (You can see those books in our post from September 21st of this year.) The students are so excited to check them out!
We were also able to buy a new carpet for the library with our Bonus Dollars we earned from our Book Fair. I am so proud of our Intermediate families for supporting our Library Media Center.
This week we are discussing the Mark Twain Award Nominees for 2015-2016. There are twelve books that have been nominated. (See below for the complete list.)
Students who have read four or more of the books nominated may vote for their favorite book. I will then tally the votes and send them to (MASL) Missouri Association of School Libraries so that the votes can be included in the final vote for the 2016 Mark Twain Award Winner!
The voting sheets are available on the front desk as the students enter the Library Media Center and can be completed at any time.
The Water Castle written by Megan Frazer Blakemore
Navigating Early written by Clare Vanderpool
Counting by 7s written by Holly Goldberg Sloan
Dorko the Magnificent written by Andrea Beaty
Jinx written by Sage Blackwood
Will in Scarlet written by Matthew Cody
The Great Trouble: A Mystery of London, the Blue Death, and a Boy Called Eel written by Deborah Hopkinson
What We Found in the Sofa and How it Saved the World written by Henry Clark
Al Capone Does My Homework written by Gennifer Choldenko
Gaby, Lost and Found written by Angela Cervantes
Rump: The True Story of Rumpelstiltskin written by Liesl Shurtliff
Escape From Mr. Lemonchello’s Library written by Chris Grabenstein
Mrs. Moore and mrs. wilkins
"A Library is proof that you can never have too much of a good thing!"