Earning Extra Stickers On A Library Card.
When a student has 30 sticker on his or her library card the student can choose a prize from Mr. Canning's treasure box! Here is how students can earn stickers.
1. Help Mr. Canning shelve books in the library from 7:30 am to 7:50 am Monday through Thursday in the morning. This option is for grades 4, 5, and 6 only and students must be in the gym to be picked. Mr. Canning picks 6 helpers at a time. 1 sticker per volunteer each morning.
2. Check out a book each time you come to the library with your class. 1 sticker each visit.
3. Make a book review. Grades PK-2 only have to write one sentence why one likes the book and draw a picture that goes with the story. 1 sticker for each review and 5 stickers if I put it in the hallway!
Grades 3-6 have to write at least a paragraph. Grades 3 to 6 students may also get bonus Reading Counts points, too. 5 stickers for each review and 10 stickers if I put it in the hallway!
4. Using the catalog to find a book in the library. Turn in the search slip that you wrote the author, title, your name and teacher's name on when you check out. You get 1 sticker for each successful search.
How to print a list of books for your students using the library catalog in your child's lexile.
Parents, if you have been asking how to get a list of books your child can read than you have come to the right place! Attached is a set of instructions that will allow you to make and print a list of books. You will need to know your child's lexile from the teacher. Also, you can contact Mr. Canning for lexile information. This is a great way to help your child develop as a reader.
Remember that it's important to take good care of your library books!
Book Fair Success!!!
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The mission of the Hurst-Euless-Bedford ISD Library Technology Services Department is to be an active participant in every child's education, to empower students and staff to be effective users of ideas and information, and to enrich the district curriculum by providing physical and intellectual access to materials in multiple formats, as we promote an enthusiasm for reading, life-long learning, and prepare our students to achieve in the 21st Century.