Enjoy a stress-free library class with these universal copy-and-go lesson plans. This lesson plan book is designed to save you time. Instead of spending hundreds of hours crafting lesson plans and student worksheets, you can easily customize the included lesson plans and worksheets in minutes. Just photocopy and you are done
The three keys to library class success are
-awesome lesson plans,
-awesome student worksheets, and
-awesome library cards
Awesome lesson plans. These kindergarten through sixth-grade lesson plans are designed to meet Common Core State Standards and AASL Standards while maintaining the flexibility to customize them with local standards. With these universal lesson plans, you merely adjust the complexity of the lesson according to the student's ability level. By using this book, you will cover all essential library topics.
Awesome student worksheets. These child-friendly designs make learning about library resources exciting. You will find drawing activities, puzzles, vocabulary exercises, book reports, and more. All student worksheets include vocabulary words and a fun lesson or writing activity.
Awesome library cards. The secret to success is the elementary library card This new library card was designed by Dr. Gaines to help elementary students easily find books and other resources on their correct reading level. The card can be color-coded to match the reading levels of the books in your library.
A few topics covered in Elementary Library Lesson Plans include:
-fiction & non-fiction
-maps & globes
-Dewey Decimal System
-fairy tales & folk tales
. . . and more.
About the Author
Keshia L. Gaines, Ph.D. is an internationally recognized author, educator, and elementary library media specialist. Dr. Gaines has over 15 years of experience in public schools, university libraries, and public libraries. She earned a Doctorate of Philosophy (Ph.D.) in Educational Leadership from The University of Southern Mississippi. Dr. Gaines is the founder of Bus-stop 2 Bus-stop, LLC., a company that specializes in educational books, magazines, products, and services.