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Curriculum

Page history last edited by Carolyn Vibbert 10 years, 7 months ago

 

Kindergarten
  First
 
Second

All About Me

Creepy Crawly Picture Books

Scarecrow Fiction and Nonfiction

Animals in Winter (research)

Fairy Tales

North Carolina Childrens' Book Award

Eric Carle (illustrator study)

It's time to Grow!

Silly Songs & Stories

 

Wonderful Me

Folktales (genre study)

Career People (research)

Jan Brett (author study)

North Carolina Childrens Book Award

Chinese Folktales

Literature from Around the World

The Big Bad Wolf

 

How to read Nonfiction

Biography Book Writing

North Carolina Childrens Book Award

Caldecott Award

Around the World PowerPoint (research)

Fables (genre study)

Sports Fiction & Nonfiction

Sharing Ideas with Technology

Summer Safety

         
Third
  Fourth
  Fifth

Homes Around the World (research)

Get to know the Library

Fairy Tale Raps

North Carolina Childrens Book Award

Diggin' in Dirt PowerPoint (technology)

Little Read: Deborah Wiles (author study)

How to Camp & other Adventures

Roald Dahl & other Tales for Summer Reading

 

Basic Computer Skills

North Carolina Legends

Story Soundtracks

Girl Power in Tall Tales (genre study)

North Carolina Childrens Book Award

North Carolina Career Connection

Patricia Polacco (author study)

Poetry

 

Notetaking

Search Strategies & Research (technology)

Dr. Seuss (author study)

Wax Museum (research)

Lemonade Stand (technology)

Media Literacy

Elementary Reflections

 

The units and lessons planned for students are aligned with the North Carolina Essential Standards. This is the first year that the Essential Standards are being piloted in schools. If you have questions about the transition from the Standard Course of Study for Information Skills please let me know.

 

The goal of the library program is to teach students to be effective users of ideas and information and to appreciate reading as a life-long skill.

 

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