A Library Corner in a Model Classroom
Book handling rules are developed and written with the children and then displayed.
A subject study of bats includes fiction books and informational texts.
Easy access to a large collection of books is key. Books are displayed with covers facing out to maximize appeal.
Comfy seating makes an inviting library corner.
Some books are grouped in baskets by subject.
Students have written their imaginary recipes in response to reading Bunny Cakes.
Children have used newly learned, rich vocabulary words, such as "intelligent," "responsible," and "bossy" to describe the book characters Max and Ruby.
- Who We Are
- What We Do
- Where We Work
- Services & Products
- Our Impact