To promote classroom and home reading, and enhance our study of particular subjects, several areas in our classroom feature book displays.
We have a Classroom Reference Library, with a display of books that rotates according to what topics we are studying. These books are for classroom use only, and cannot be taken home.
This is our main Classroom Reference Library
Along the chalkboard ledge, we have funny fiction
illustrating parts of speech and punctuation usage.
On the left side of the table, we have examples of narratives.
In writing, students are authoring their our own narratives.
On the right side of the table are First Nations texts,
relating to our Grade 6 First Nations unit.
(Grade 5's are welcome to read these books, too!)
We have some new math-related fiction and non-fiction reference texts,
available on our classroom math resource table.
Under our world map, we have a few science reference texts.
Later, we will rotate our table display to include more science resources.
We also have a Classroom Lending Library. Most of the books in this library are Grade 5/6 novels. Students are welcome to read them in the classroom or sign them out to read at home.
This is our Classroom Lending Library
Each week a student volunteer is given the job of class librarian. That person is responsible for keeping our book collections neat and tracking books from the lending library that have been signed out and returned.
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