Library

Welcome to the CES Library!


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Access the online catalog here!




Kindergarten and

First Grade

Students visit the Library twice a week with the opportunity to circulate books on both days.  Please return books on either Library day.  

Skills

Kindergarten

*Parts of a book

*Book care

*Use of shelf markers

*Choose books of interest

*Genres of literature

*Make connections from text to self

*Author studies

*Fiction and Non-fiction

1st Grade

*Choose books of interest

*Choose books by readability

*Fiction and Non-fiction

*Alphabetical Order

*Locate E books by call number

*Author studies

*Genres of literature

*Caldecott titles


Second and Third Grade

Students are expected to handle books respectfully, be good library patrons, and return their materials on time.  Students may check out one or two books at a time, or a book and a magazine and read them throughout the week.   Materials should be returned or renewed the following week.


2nd Grade


*Locate
E and F books by author’s last name

*Choose books of interest

*Choose books by readability

*Intro to the Dewey Decimal System

*Author and illustrator studies

*Genres of literature

*Make connections from text to self

*Learn the online catalog

3rd Grade


*Search the online catalog by author, title, subject and keyword 
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*Research in small groups

*Reputable online research sources

*Author and illustrator studies

*Dewey Decimal System by category

*Biography

*Genres of literature

Fourth Grade

Students are expected to handle books respectfully, be good library patrons, and return their materials on time.  Students may check out one or two books at a time, or a book and a magazine and read them throughout the week.   Materials should be returned or renewed the following week. 

*Book Talks –write, present and film

*Search the online catalog by author, title, subject and keyword

*Newbery Award

*Reputable online research sources

*Author and illustrator studies

*Dewey Decimal System via This Day in History

 

COMMON CORE

The library is an essential resource for Common Core. With more emphasis on research, informational texts, use of primary resources, and evidence-based reading and writing — the library is more essential than ever!