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Library in Kindergarten

Students are introduced to how books are organized within the library as they learn to locate and select books of interest at the appropriate level. Students listen and express meanings of a stories as they build information literacy skills to distinguish between fiction and nonfiction, while making connections to the world around them through literature and discussions.

Students will:

  • Explore multiple perspectives through diverse fiction and nonfiction literature, and connect personal level of understanding to the community through guided dialogue.
  • Formulate questions to further understanding.
  • Identify details within text and images to support perspectives and demonstrate understanding.
  • Draw conclusions based on evidence presented in text and images.
  • Explore print and digital sources to create research bibliographies in concert with classroom projects.
  • Through exposure to multiple genres of texts, engage in guided discussions on multiple genres of texts and creatively express understanding and ideas.
  • Through read-alouds, make inferences, connections of prior knowledge to new learning, and meaning through read-alouds.
  • Recognize the variety of purposes behind resources through information literacy games.
Innovation and Media Specialist
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