For Black History Month my DEN class did some coloring featuring the Sports Legend Jesse Owen, we assembled a curated display of books, and we decorated the Media Center Doors. Check it out!
Did I happen to mention that among my many talents, decorating doors sadly guilty by absentia?! Yeah. But I keep trying!
Thanks to the Teacher Resource Center of Howard County Public schools I was able to make these posters! I know some schools (mostly ELEM) have these, but we don’t and it was super going over to Old Cedar Lane to create these for our kiddos!
I was inspired recently by another librarian (Ms. Diana Rendina) to create an Instagram account for our Library Media Center and our school! So that when cool things were going on I could share them with our kiddos, parents, our community, & the world!
Kids love to tag themselves in the photos! Whether it’s History day, a Science experiment, a Daring Library Media Lesson, or the school play – they can see pics of themselves actively involved!
Like Vine, these social media tools forge a creative bridge with our students. This lesson #StoryIn140 was mentioned in a previous post – here are more pics!
Showcase special talents or special events! Here’s Palwasha showing off her upcycled folded magazine page bowl!
Here are 3 little fairies from Peter Pan! Oh Lillian! Has your older sister Natalie seen this, yet?
Our Lost Boys are Rocking it! Featuring our own MHTV Daniel D as the Fox!
More Peter Pan! Watch out Capt. Hook!
And the amazing Lauren sharing inspiring words from Oprah Winfrey for Black History Month!
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AWESOME that is our kiddos and staff!