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Elementary Program Ideas

Dr. Seuss Programming:

10-facts-about-dr-seuss-books_5029152f245eeThere are a lot of great ideas to celebrate Dr. Seuss’ birthday (March 2).  You can make a whole week out of it.  Although we are on March break that week, you can always carry it over to the following week.
Get inspired through these ideas:

Pinterest – Dr. Seuss Program Ideas  + LBPSB Pins

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Dr. Seuss Storytime Ideas

Seuss-Tastic Storytime

 

Poetry Month Ideas:

lego  Lego Poetry

 SLJ Resources for National Poetry Month

Poet-Tree Ideas

 

 

Elementary Lesson Plans:

girl-160172_1280Pinterest Plans

Elementary Library Routines

Library Lessons on Pinterest

QR Code Library Orientation

 

 

 

Submitted by Kathy Conroy from WWJR and Mount Pleasant Elementary

 Reading Fortunes

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Looking for something fun to do with your students?  Why not do their reading fortunes?  This can work easily at the elementary and high school levels. It is really simple to set up.

All you need is:

  • A couple of fortune tellers (click on the link for a template)
  • A pile of books to match the fortunes
  • A prize (this is the incentive to get them going)

What to do:

  • Announce the event (mine is running for 2 weeks)
  • Have some volunteers to help run the fortunes smoothly
  • Put evaluations in the books so that students can submit their names when they return the books (this also gives you an idea of what they thought of the book)

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Submitted by Kathy Conroy from Westwood High School – Junior Campus and Mount Pleasant Elementary

Riverview Programs and Displays 2013-2014

riverview display

 

Click here to view their Powerpoint:   Riverview Programs and Displays 2013-2014

Submitted by: Ida Di Maulo

 

Saint Lawrence Academy Programs and Displays 2013-2014

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Click here to view their Powerpoint:  SLA 2013 2014 School Year 2014 APRIL 27TH

Submitted by: Ida Di Maulo

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