MrsK's Seasoned Reader Picks

Friday, November 13, 2009

Reading Partners

If you wonder just what you can do to help your student "read to learn," try the above link. You will be redirected to numerous articles, great literature connections, and interesting ideas that you can use to engage your student at home with the world of literacy.

If you are looking for a great link to interesting titles, try this link to Read Kiddo Read.
Happy investigations,

Sunday, July 19, 2009

A Kindle in Every Back Pack

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Wow, can you just see the first day of school when every student is given a Kindle for the school year.....

Read the above Democratic proposal to see what the buzz is all about.

Friday, July 17, 2009

Reading Coaches

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Does your school have a literacy coach?

Check out this article about literacy/reading coaches.....are you get the best service your district can provide? What makes a successful coaching program? What you could be looking for that will ignite your student's interests.

Happy Summer Reading,

Tuesday, June 16, 2009

Pack Horse Librarians

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Summer Reading 2009,

I just read an article about these amazing women who delivered books to those without during the 1930's. Very inspirational, can you imagine no school or public libraries? What have so many done to get books in the hands of people around the world is beyond belief. If you need a good book for a summer evening, begin a journey with those who went beyond the call of literacy....

Just click on the links listed to preview some Librarians on the road......without a bookmobile!

Saturday, February 21, 2009

Boosting Schools' Value Without Spending a Dime

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With our economy heading into unknown financial challenges, educators across America are wondering what will be happening to their contracts, their student requirements, and national/state educational standards.

Washington Post's Jay Mathews is trying to come up with avenues beyond the "government" influence as to how we as educators might think outside the box and stand together as a school team with better options.

Read the above article and check out his blog.....there are some excellent "pondering/debating" articles to discuss at your next staff meeting.


Educator's Concerns Blog:

Wednesday, February 11, 2009

Sam's Interactive Reader

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A wonderful reading experience for primary readers. Using this site with my grandchildren has been such a source of joy. When they arrive, it is straight to the computer, after a few hugs, and they get started with Sam's stories. It doesn't matter how many times they may have heard the story being read to them....they continue to listen and practice reading right along with the story.

Visit the site, download Sam's interactive reading room, then relax and enjoy this delightful Internet connection.


Thursday, February 5, 2009

Adopt an Author Program

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Take a moment to check out this new program for young adult readers and reluctant readers. What an inspiring way to get your students connected to an author whether you are a teacher or a librarian.

Registration is free, but necessary. You will have access to curriculum connections and interactive websites. There is also a writers connection to the Megsite ( ) that will help students in every phase of writing, including how to get publish.

Enjoy creating moments by connecting your students with an author,

February's Finds

Hello Educators,

Sorry for the bit of a much to do and so little time to get it all accomplished.
This month's reading selections hit a wide range of reading subjects yet I know that you will find a nugget a inspiration to take back into your classroom:

Next Stop Reading Junction

Doctors Urge Parents to Read

Reach Out and Read

Taking the Kids: Books Fill the Dead Times on a Trip

Kids can Help Arthur Find a New Friend

Playaways and Audio Book Research

Enjoy these reading updates, happy inspirational journeying......

Meet Author Robin Gunn

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Have you ever read a series and adored the writer's work? Well I have numerous times. What is so great about meeting authors and reading their work is that once you get older.....they are still emerging as writers and new characters get born.
That is what is happening with Christy Miller's author.

Robin has branched out into a new series for beginner readers, Mrs. Rosey Posey is a delight made for those moments of reading giggles.

A must order for Elementary Libraries............

Enjoy this fun new character,
Mrs K

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