Wednesday, September 16, 2020

NEW LIBRARY WEBSITE

 Please click here to go to the new library website:

NEW LIBRARY WEBSITE

(This change happened because of the new school filter.)



Tuesday, May 12, 2020

Logging Into Your Library Account

Here is a video tutorial that shows you how to log in and check your library account using your school Google account:


This video shows you how to log in with a username and password. It also shows you how to reserve library books for curbside pick up (check with your parents first to see if they are okay with this):

Sunday, March 15, 2020

Remote Learning Resources



Hi Wildcat Families -

I'm going to miss seeing all our WCS readers during the school closure! I know that your teachers have shared work and resources with you. But here are a few more to keep you reading, listening, and learning!

1.) Online books. Spend some time on Tumblebooks or explore the links under the Reading Resources tab of this website (Storyline Online is a favorite of mine!)

2.) Hang out with some cool authors and illustrators. Many authors are reading to children online, giving drawing lessons, and writing workshops. CLICK HERE for more information.

3.) Ebooks & audiobooks from Patten Free Library. If you have a library card and a device, you can check out ebooks and audiobooks from PFL. CLICK HERE for more information.

4.) Podcasts. I have a confession to make - I don't listen to podcasts. I'm definitely an audiobook girl. But I'm going to challenge myself during this time at home to try out some different podcasts. I'll be getting ideas from this list: 25 Best Podcasts for Kids on Commonsense Media 

Lastly, I'm always just an email away! Please reach out if you have any reading or research needs.
Happy reading,
Ms. Luchies

aluchies@rsu1.org

Wednesday, March 4, 2020

Tuesday, March 3, 2020

Nonfiction book location

It's week #2 of the Dewey Decimal system, 3rd graders! Here are our learning targets:

  • I can explain how the nonfiction section of the library is organized.
  • I can do a catalog search on an assigned topic and select a nonfiction book to read.
  • Using my shelfmarker, I can locate a nonfiction book and read it to learn new information.

Monday, March 2, 2020

Black History Month Bibliography

Dear 5th graders,
You have been working with Ms. Moran on a research project. Today we will create a bibliography to go with it! Here are our learning targets:

  • I can explain the difference between a BIBLIOGRAPHY and a BIOGRAPHY.
  • I can locate, copy and paste the citation from a database article that I used to my bibliography.
  • Using the format guide, I can create my own citation for a website that I used.

Wednesday, February 26, 2020

Libba and Primary vs. Secondary Sources



Today we are reading Libba by Laura Viers and then watching this brief video clip of Elizabeth Cotten performing her famous song "Freight Train". Our learning targets for today's lesson are: 


  • I can define the terms "primary source" and "secondary source."
  • I can deepen my knowledge of Elizabeth Cotten through both primary and secondary resources.