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by Kathy MacMillan

Free eBook Kindergarten Magic: Theme-Based Lessons for Building Literacy and Library Skills download ISBN: 0838910696
Author: Kathy MacMillan
Publisher: Amer Library Assn Editions; 1 edition (September 1, 2011)
Language: English
Pages: 288
Category: Social Sciences
Subcategory: Social Sciences
Size MP3: 1316 mb
Size FLAC: 1734 mb
Rating: 4.7
Format: lrf mobi docx rtf


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Kindergarten Magic: Theme. With many of our teacher librarians already stretched for time between teaching classes and running library skills sessions, Kindergarten Magic provides a timesaving, idea-promoting framework for kindergarten library lessons with an emphasis on fun and interaction. -Australian Library Journal.

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She was the library/media specialist at the Maryland School for the Deaf, as well as a children's librarian at Carroll County Public Library and Howard County Library.

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She was the library/media specialist at the Maryland School for the Deaf from 2001 to 2005 and has worked in public libraries since 1996. Creating Literacy-Based Programs for Children: Lesson Plans and Printable Resources for K–5. More.

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Weekly library lesson plans-points covered and books related to what you want to go over with students on a weekly bases! .

Weekly library lesson plans-points covered and books related to what you want to go over with students on a weekly bases! Very Good Resource! Brandi Thomas.

This time-saving program planner for librarians and classroom teachers alike includes everything you need to get started reading lists, flannelboard patterns, poems, songs, easy crafts, even take-home activities to extend the learning process. The many creative ideas packed inside includeActivities keyed to popular classroom themes, with one chapter for each week of the school yearLessons that reinforce skills in key learning areas such as reading, writing, and mathAmerican Sign Language and Spanish language activities that make diversity awareness a part of children s learningTeachable concepts that can be mixed and rearranged for maximum flexibility, complementing classroom schedules Both veterans and novices will find plenty to help make kindergarten days richer, more rewarding, and more fun.
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Vispel
I am an elementary school librarian and am so excited to put all these wonderful ideas and lessons into action! The authors have included tons of book suggestions, fingerplays, songs, and library skills for each week's theme. Also included are curriculum-based activities to bring in the math and reading standards so important to early elementary programs. I plan to use this book with both kindergarten and first grade throughout the school year.
Qumen
Our district ordered this (at my request) and I was excited. Then I opened the book, and browsed thru some of the ideas. If you are a librarian/para working alone in a public school library, thenre's not much time for most of these. You have to include the PREP time to create the items, then have them ready. I have 5 classes back to back, for instance, with no adult helpers, like most of the rest in our large district. Most of these just aren't feasible. I do like the rhymes, etc. and will use those as time allows. I would really have hoped there'd be a whole chapter ok K lessons on Library BOOK CARE and appropriate Library behavior. Since most schools start checking out in the K grade level, I don't really know how they could have MISSED that component? I'm still using an older book for that exact purpose. Our students make their own LiBeary book, before they start checking out. I also don't know anyone who still uses flannel boards, most are using SmartBoards, or like me- a document camera. Even in lean times, you have to account for the tech filtering into the libraries in schools. I'd save the $50.00 and talk to other librarians/paras like me and exchange ideas....
catterpillar
I am an elementary school librarian and use this book a lot with K and 1st grade. While I am lucky enough to have lots of technology available, I find that I use a whiteboard/felt board easel, puppets and manipulatives the most with K. What I love about this book is that it is full of songs, finger plays and ideas that get little ones moving and doing. Many of the activities in each chapter can be adapted to centers. I usually offer our little ones a center or two each month that follow along with the standards that they are learning in the classroom. This helps make the 50 minutes that they spend with me toward the end of the school day fly by and I have fewer behavior problems and much happier, focused students. While it is true that many of the best activities in this book require prep that I have little time for, the time spent on prepping these activities though has been well worth it as the materials that I have made are reusable.