We went to the library again today, so that Mrs. Meihaus could give us a preview of the Scholastic Book Fair that’s coming in a couple of weeks. We watched a video, and talked a a little about what we saw, and then checked out the library commons again in order to check out some new books.
It can sometimes really be
annoying entertaining to watch movies with small children, as they usually say everything that is in their head out loud in the room (this happens in many part of our days right now…). Well, since the movie they were watching was about books, I listened even closer to what they were saying.
About Dog Man by Dav Pilkey of Captain Underpants fame: “I’m gonna look for that!”
About Magic Puppy: “Aww, that’s so cute! I’m gonna get that!”
About Lego Dino Safari and Lego Knights and Castles: “YEAH!!!!!!!!!” (yes, they were that excited. 🙂 (On a side note, so was I. These were kind of a cross between Lego, non-fiction, humor and graphic novel. I want to read one!)
So no one really said anything about these last few, but I was interested in them for our classroom!
After we finished up with our lesson, and had a reminder about how to use the library respectfully, we were off! And YES, I got pictures this time. Please check out Rm. 202 kids at work as well as the new Library Commons layout. It’s a GREAT place to be. 🙂
I saved these last two pictures because they are definitely where the energy is with reading in our room right now:
Ok, one more…well, two more. See what I mean…
I took this picture of our friend Josh today in the library:
Ok, and check this one out from August 26, 2015. Yep, same day last year:
WHAT??? It was cute enough that the brothers took the same picture on the same big ‘ole bear, but on the same date??? That’s even better! Well at least to me. And to their mom. LOL 🙂
Thanks for reading! Leave us a note about your thoughts, will ya? Kids LOVE to know you are reading their stories. 🙂
What an awesome library space your school has! There’s nothing better than photos of kids reading!
Thanks for saying so! I agree that Mrs. Meihaus did an amazing job of planning and executing the new space. 😊 And I also agree about readers. Makes my heart smile!
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Thank You Mrs.Bearden!! for your diligent words and pictures!! What better way to imprint the memories of the kids school days forever! Its lovely to see the fun and challenge in their daily learning. Gives us parents more conversation leads than just.. so how was school today?! 🙂