Hi friends! Wasn’t the Winter Break wonderful? But I was also happy to see the smiling faces of our students this morning, too. If it wasn’t so awful early… Anyway, I’ve got some New Year’s printable bookmarks designed for you to print and use. FREE! You can download them from this link. Here’s a sneak peek at them: Graphics are from Scrappin Doodles on Teachers
Hi friends! Are you feeling like you’ve got too much stuff and not enough time? I most definitely am! I feel like I’m knee deep in research projects with one grade, then another grade comes in, ready for a read-aloud. I scramble for a good picture book to share. When we did a lockdown drill and I had to take a first grade class into
Hi friends! Are you busy teaching your little kindergarteners how to take care of their library books? We start with that every year. Today I was reading Mr. Wiggle’s Book to a class of kindergarten students. (It’s not my favorite book in the world, but it does get the point across pretty clearly. Take care of your books or Mr. Wiggle will cry big tears!)
Hi friends! Thank you SO MUCH for providing The Centered School Library with 100,000 pageviews! We reached that milestone this weekend, and I’m delighted! To celebrate with you, I’ve created a set of printable genre bookmarks to color, and loaded them as a freebie on Teachers Pay Teachers. Here’s a sample. And here’s how I use these. 1) I print them out, copy lots of
Hi friends, While I was finding cool new tech tools for our S’More Tech Summer Camp, I stumbled across these free printable Garfield bookmarks. I’m always happy when I find black and white bookmarks to print because that colored ink is so dang expensive! This site also has Garfield award certificates you can print, with space to attach a stick of gum for sticking with
Do you love Diary of a Fly (and spider and worm) like we do? Here are free printable fly bookmarks from Harper Collins. This is just a picture of the book cover. The bookmarks are pdf files, with a drawing of the fly and a few facts about flies.This is a cute bookmark. It also might be fun to use an idea like this as
Ed Helper Printable Bookmarks:At EdHelper, they have a good collection of bookmarks that you can print for students to color. The ones on the list with a (b&w) after the name are the ones for coloring. Illustrations include cats and dogs; gingerbread; dinosaurs, endangered animals, and holidays. Scholastic Printable Bookmarks:If you subscribe to Scholastic Printables (you can use Scholastic Dollars from your book fair), you
Bookmarks can be a way for students to express their creativity, in a colorful format. I don’t know about your area, but we don’t have many art teachers in elementary schools anymore around here. In the emphasis on standardized, high-stakes testing, we don’t allow students much time for artistic pursuits.This library center is not only creative and artsy, but it allows everyone to be successful.