The very busy librarians
Posted: March 1, 2014 Filed under: Children's Literature | Tags: collaboration, collection development, creative student teacher, Dewey Decimal System, ditching dewey, Jenn Potter, Jennifer Potter, Leo Lionni, Mock Caldecott, online catalog, opac, Peaslee Library, student involvement, student motivation
Our three winners go on to the state competition. Five more win honorable mention.
Student created book trailers added to online catalog
Book toppers “sell” books to students.
Newey Neighborhoods start to shape up
2014 Peasleecott Winners and the many student-designed awards to celebrate them.
First graders created mice in the style of Leo Lionni
Frederick dreams of sun and colors
FIrst graders add their own take to our Leo Lionni inspired mural
Beanie babies (etc) help first grade friends with animal research
Thanks to the assistance of my high-energy, motivated and creative student teacher, Jenn Potter, we have had a very busy January and February at the Peaslee Library. Peasleecott Awards, Book Trailers, taking on the major task of reorganizing the Dewey Decimal section, first grade research starters, MSLA bookmark contest and a Leo Lionni inspired mural. I’ll have to up my game in March to keep up!