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Jen Wilkinson

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2022 Summer Reading Lists

Click the grade-level band below to view Jen Wilkinson's recommendations for summer reading fun! Click HERE for the book bingo board.


 

What Jen's been reading...

Lindbergh: The Tale of a Flying Mouse
Once Upon a Banana
The Beautiful Brain: The Drawings of Ramon y Cajal
Ossiri and the Bala Mengro
Red
Gus's Garage
King & Kayla and the Case of the Missing Dog Treats
I Like, I Don't Like

 

 

 

 

The Latest...

Monthly grade-level updates from our librarian...

  • Fifth Grade
Library News in October: Fifth Grade

In October, we reviewed features of the catalog, including how to find similar titles and how the call number tells us where to find the book. Then students began bringing their laptops to library classes to log into the library catalog. Under the "My Stuff" tab, we explored our individual check outs, holds, and favorites. During the month of October, we also honored LGBTQ+ Heritage Month by reading excerpts from the book Rainbow Revolutionaries: 50 LGBTQ+ People Who Made History (Sarah Prager). Next month, we will begin lessons from the text Developing Digital Detectives: Essential Lessons for Discerning Fact From Fiction in the 'Fake News' Era (Jennifer LaGarde and Darren Hudgins).

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  • Fourth Grade
Library News in October: Fourth Grade

In October, we reviewed features of the catalog, including how to find similar titles and how the call number tells us where to find the book. Then students began bringing their laptops to library classes to log into the library catalog. Under the "My Stuff" tab, we explored our individual check outs, holds, and favorites. During the month of October, we also honored LGBTQ+ Heritage Month by reading excerpts from the book Rainbow Revolutionaries: 50 LGBTQ+ People Who Made History (Sarah Prager). Next month, we will honor Native American Heritage Month with read alouds and activities.

Read more about Library News in October: Fourth Grade
  • Third Grade
Library News in October: Third Grade

In October, we reviewed features of the catalog, including how to find similar titles and how the call number tells us where to find the book. Then students began bringing their laptops to library classes to log into the library catalog. Under the "My Stuff" tab, we explored our individual check outs, holds, and favorites. Next month, we will continue practicing these skills. Additionally, we will honor Native American Heritage Month with read alouds and activities.

Read more about Library News in October: Third Grade
  • Second Grade
Library News in October: Second Grade

In October, we honored Filipino American History Month with the book Corazon Aquino (María Isabel Sánchez Vegara). During the month of October, we also honored LGBTQ+ History Month with the books One Family (George Shannon) and Families (Shelley Rotner). While listening to those books, we drew pictures of our families and made connections between our families. Next month, we will honor Native American Heritage Month with read alouds and activities.

Read more about Library News in October: Second Grade
  • First Grade
Library News in October: First Grade

In October, we honored Filipino American History Month with the book When Lola Visits (Michelle Sterling). During the month of October, we also honored LGBTQ+ History Month with the books The Family Book (Todd Parr) and Families (Shelley Rotner). While listening to those books, we drew pictures of our families. Ask your child what all of our families have in common. S/he may share answers including love, fun, and hugs. Next month, we will honor Native American Heritage Month with read alouds and activities.

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  • Kindergarten
Library News in October: Kindergarten

In October, we honored Filipino American History Month with the book My First Book of Tagalog Words: An ABC Rhyming Book of Filipino Language and Culture (Liana Romulo). Ask your child if s/he remembers the word for thank you (salamat). During the month of October, we also honored LGBTQ+ History Month with the books Stella Brings the Family (Miriam B. Schiffer) and Families (Shelley Rotner). While listening to those books, we drew pictures of our families. Next month, we will honor Native American Heritage Month with read alouds and activities.

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  • Pre-K
Library News in October: Pre-K

Fall is in the air and our library/music classes reflect that transition. Did you know that there are 40,000 types of spiders?! That is one of the many cool facts we learned while listening to the book The Spider by Elise Gravel and thinking about the spiders we’ve seen lately. We then learned the poem Little Miss Muffet and took turns acting it out. After enjoying the read aloud Hardly Haunted by Jessica Sima, we sang the song There’s a Ghost Inside My School and reinvented scarves as ghosts as we floated around the room. We’ll continue our autumn themes with pumpkins, leaves, trees, and friendship.

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