Library staff are available to virtually meet with your class or group to provide students with an introduction to the Library, our collection and services, share a story, song, flannel or rhyme and a puppet show. Older grades can request short information tutorials for online resources like Tumblebooks, Kanopy Kids and Gale In Context: Elementary.
- French Materials for Kids/Matérials français pour les enfants
- Does your child need to practice their French reading? Our collection includes picture books, leveled readers, chapter books, and tons more at a variety of reading levels.
- Gale in Context: Elementary
- A popular, kid-friendly student database with reliable resources to help students complete assignments and get excited about learning. Ask us about a scavenger hunt activity for your class using Gale In Context: Elementary.
- TumbleBooks Library
- TumbleBook Library offers fun, interactive books for kids and includes games and other language materials.
- NoveList K-8
- helping readers find their next favorite book! This powerful database can help readers select books by topic, genre, pace, character development and more! Great for finding read-a-like suggestions and something new to read.
- Libby by Overdrive
- A collection of magazines with no holds, no checkout restrictions and no limits! Includes children's magazines such as Minecraft, K-Zone, National Geographic, Coding for Kids with Scratch, Girls' World, Dot magazine, Storytime, You School Projects and more!
- Kanopy Kids
- a collection of movies and shows for kids with unlimited plays.
- Other World Languages
- The Library has collections for children in Arabic, Chinese, Finnish, French, German, Italian and Spanish.
- Kids Read
- Find new books for kids to read.
Library staff are available to virtually meet with your class to provide an introduction to the Library and services, workshops, and more. Educators can choose between the following two live workshops:
- Research 101
- Enhance the research skills of your students by having Library staff walk them through a live how-to session using academic resources. Useful for preparing students to write essays, prepare Works Cited lists, projects, Independent Studies, and more. Both online virtual collections and print material will be used.
- Information Literacy
- C.R.A.A.P. - Currency, relevancy, authority, accuracy, and purpose. Fake news ... alternative facts. Digital and media literacy is critical for students to learn. This workshop is ideal for grades 9-12.
- Research Basics
- Media has only gotten more confusing. We've compiled some resources on how to decipher the reliable from the unreliable as well as resources for primary and secondary sources. We also offer class visits about information literacy.
- YOUth Read
- Find new books for teens and tweens to read.
- Find volunteering opportunities for your students in need of community service hours.
To book a class visit complete the form below. Please note that the completion of this form does not constitute a booking. Library staff will contact you to confirm your request.
If you are an educator who wants more information about library membership for your students, please call Amy at 684-6811 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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