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"every man who knows how to read has it in his power to magnify himself, to multiply the ways in which he exists, to make his life full, significant and interesting." - aldos huxley

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We Love Pigeon! Mo Willems Author Study

Do your students LOVE Mo Willems?! In this author study, students read Pigeon books, Elephant & Piggie books, and the Knuffle Bunny series! There are tons of activities, crafts and reader responses for these books!

Who knew an online dictionary could be so much fun??? My students love using Word Central when we do dictionary and thesaurus work. Word Central is an easy to use website by Merriam-Webster. In addition to a dictionary, thesaurus, and rhyming dictionary, there are many other fun things for students to do. There is a Build Your Own Dictionary to add made up words. My favorite is bookster – a person who really likes to read books. There are also some fun spelling games the kids go nuts…

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Legos: A New Frontier for Libraries Your Source for University News Rutgers art librarian Megan Lotts is changing the public’s perceptions of libraries – one colorful brick at a time

Conclusion writing. We use information text from our class and school library to pick out models of the sentences we are learning to write. Then we practice that skill in isolation. (What I mean by that is, these conclusion sentences are not part of a writing project. They are just to practice the craft of writing conclusions.) Students work in pairs and write a conclusion sentence that restates the topic sentence. I gave them a topic sentence to restate.