Free Access All Summer to Capstone Interactive eBooks!

Students can choose from thousands of Capstone titles and read them on any computer or on-the-go on any web-enabled device. Easy navigation on the ad-free site allows readers to search for books in English and Spanish by interest or reading level. See the link below that contains the welcome letter with the log in credentials needed. Have fun choosing & reading great books!
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Celebrating Winter Holidays Around the World

Our theme this year in library is Reading is Your Passport to the World, and we have been learning many interesting things about people and places in different countries.

During this time of the year, many people around the world are celebrating different traditions and holidays. Use the first 2 sites below to learn more about different celebrations around the world, use the third site to explore ways that you and your family can help others during this time of the year, then have fun and play some creative holiday games.

   National Geographic Kids: Winter Celebrations

   Christmas Around the World




  Ways to Give Back During the Holidays


       Build a Snowman

   Create & Share a Snowflake


   Decorate a Gingerbread House 

Cool Tool for Watching “Uncluttered Videos”

YouTube videos can provide a wealth of information, but often, the related matter can be distracting or unwelcome. With ViewPure, you can watch videos in theater mode without comments or related videos that can clutter the screen with distractions. Simply copy and paste the URL in to the box and click on Purify. The video can then be viewed without the related sidebar content.

Inauguration Resources

January 20th is U.S. Inauguration Day for the 45th President of the United States, Donald J. Trump. has designed a web site that gives users a behind-the-scene look at this important event. Users will be able to view information regarding the swearing-in ceremony and learn interesting facts about past presidential inaugurations, and see historic documents related to early presidents. You can also learn facts about presidents, vice presidents, and first ladies, past and present and learn about the election. process.

More Summer Reading Fun


From the folks at Reading Rockets, here’s a great site that helps families explore reading adventures for their children. The free resources from Start with a Book include favorite themes such as dinosaurs, building, animals, sports, superheroes and music and include great themed reading adventure packs. Children can have fun while strengthening their reading skills. The flyer below contains more information as well as the site’s web address. Have fun reading & enjoy the rest of the summer!


Read Around the Library: 600s

The 600s shelves include books on the human body, space exploration, pets, and much more!


The National Aeronautic and Space Administration (NASA)
has a great site for kids to learn all about exploring (and living in) space.

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Here are some great interactive sites that help families learn to make healthy choices:

Nutrition Explorations                         Solusville

Nutrition Explorations




B.A.M. Body and Mind                      



Happy Birthday, Dr. Seuss!


During this first week of March, we are celebrating the birthday of one of the most beloved authors of children’s books, Theodor Geisel, better known as Dr. Seuss.

In Library, we are reading a few Seuss classics and also a selection from a relatively new book called the The Bippolo Seed and Other Stories. Some classes are also reading  How to Help the Earth-by the Lorax, one of the non-fiction books in the Cat in the Hat  Learning Library.

Make sure to check out The Lorax Project, a section of the online Seussville site that encourages students to help protect forests and the endangered species of our planet.



Stuck Inside On a Cold Snowy Day? Try Some Science & Technology Fun

Has the latest polar vortex and snowstorm left you feeling cooped up inside? Why not try some hands-on science fun? The folks at Howcast have assembled more than 50 short videos on creating cool things like a balloon-powered car, 3-D glasses or a mini hovercraft. Make sure to have parental permission before attempting to make anything on your own.

mini_hover_craft_hd_2_xxxlargeHave fun learning & leave some comments about what you created!