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Easy step by step for kids on how to make your own pop-up frog! Also, download the free pop-up frog printable!

To make reading more fun for your children, you can make funny cardboard bookmarks for them. Paint some cardboards in different colors, cut the middle part, glue some googly eyes and tie some ribbo…

We adore making Bookmarks and these corner bookmarks are GREAT fun to make and give. So many different designs for all seasons - with more to come (check back regularly!!!!). From Bunny Bookmarks for Easter, to Minion Bookmarks for Minion fans. I adore the Monster version too.

We adore making Bookmarks and these corner bookmarks are GREAT fun to make and give. So many different designs for all seasons - with more to come (check back regularly! From Bunny Bookmarks for Easter, to Minion Bookmarks for Minion fans. I adore th

The Book Bug: QR Code Dewey Hunt

Last week to help the fourth and fifth graders understand the Dewey Decimal system a bit better, I created a PowerPoint and a QR code sca.

Teach your kids the layout of the library by assigning them Rookie Cases. Assess with Library Checkpoints. Reward them with a Library License. Too fun!!

RESOURCE WEBPAGE ACTIVITY: Webpage Teach your kids the layout of the library by assigning them Rookie Cases. Assess with Library Checkpoints. Reward them with a Library License.

April is #PoetryMonth! Stop in the @SouthEastJHIC library to create your own poem!

What a fantastic idea for Poetry Month! Cut out words from various magazines and set them out with paper and gluesticks - diy poetry station!

I didn't quite get this finished in time--either the set OR this post! But this is what I have so far for a version of the Where Does This Go? matching game that Miss Mary Liberry posted FIVE YEARS...

I didn& quite get this finished in time--either the set OR this post! But this is what I have so far for a version of the Where Does This Go? matching game that Miss Mary Liberry posted FIVE YEARS.