Published on March 11, 2014
Fizz, Boom, Read! Suzanne Walker Children’s Consultant Director – Indiana Center for the Book Indiana State Library Twitter: @suzieecw email@example.com Direct Line: (317) 234-5649 YouTube: suzieecw
Who are you? • Storytimers? • Youth Librarians? • Wearing multiple hats?
The LEU Conversation
First things first… • Early Literacy – Resources – Why do it? – How to do it – Ideas • School Age – Resources – Why do it? – How to do it – Ideas
Early Literacy Science Theme: Fizz Boom Read Resources
Read your manual. • Programming ideas • Clipart and images • Booklists • Printables (really good ones too) • Guidelines • Justification for having an Early Literacy Summer Reading Program • Copyright…please use CSLP the right way…no time to discuss, but ask me if you have questions…
Help is everywhere. • Pinterest • Twitter #fizzboomread / #cslpreads • http://fizzboomread.weebly.com/ • http://www.teachingbooks.net/tb.cgi?lid=3 795 • Each other • Past Summer Reading Manuals – Bugs, Water, Digging…so much science
Why should we do this? • State Standards don’t say that you have to: “…Children’s services that include the following…an annual summer reading program for a minimum of six (6) weeks at each fixed location.” No mention of age groups but the understanding is school age.
Why should we do this? • But, having an Early Literacy program can add to the quality of the lives of your patrons. – It’s never too early to start planning for reading success. – Children who have been read to from an early age have a larger vocabulary. – They also have better language skills. – They are more interested in books. – They are more interested in learning to read. CSLP 2014 Summer Reading Manual
Why else? • Value added service to your patrons. • You get more participators leading to more stats and more checkouts. • Including the whole family means no one is left out and the library becomes a family destination for everyone. • It’s never too early to get a child to love their library. • Helps teach parents the importance of Early Literacy. If we aren’t doing it, why should they? CSLP 2014 Summer Reading Manual
How do it? • You can do a traditional log where parents track books read, but don’t forget what we’ve learned from Every Child Ready to Read? • What are those five practices?
Focus on ECRR • Consider developing a log that focuses on the five practices. – Talking – Singing – Reading – Writing – Playing
Incentives for Ages 0-6 • Stickers • Bubbles • Coupons for Ice Cream • Growth Chart • Prizes for Parents! • Board Books • Fat Crayons • Sippy Cups • MAKE SURE YOU CHOOSE AGE APPROPRIATE PRIZES. • Your ideas?
In the Manual / My ideas • Color / Light • Weather / Meteorology • Animals and Plants / Biology • Shapes and Numbers / Math • Sound / Music • Movement / Kinetics • Water / Hydrology • The Senses / Perception - Mixing Colors - Parachutes - Leaf Rubbings - Blocks - Petting Zoo - Dance Party - Sink vs. Floats - Sensory Floor
In the Manual… • For each topic they give you separate and complete programs for: – Infants – Toddlers – Preschoolers • Plus: – Resources – Reproducibles
General Ideas for Ages 0-5 Discover / Explore / Connect to the world • Block Parties – 7 developmental stages • http://blockplay.blogspot.com/2005/08/stages-in-block- building.html • http://www.parenting.com/article/the-benefits-of-block- play
General Ideas for Ages 0-5 Discover / Explore / Connect to the world • Playing with Ooey Gooey Stuff – Play doh, shaving cream, clay • http://www.sciencebob.com/experiments/polymer.php
General Ideas for Ages 0-5 Discover / Explore / Connect to the world • Explore outside – leaf rubbings / nature walk – http://mymerrymessylife.com/2013/09/how-to-go- on-a-nature-walk-preschool-learning-activity.html
General Ideas for Ages 0-5 Discover / Explore / Connect to the world • Water Lab – Sink and Float – http://www.communityplaythings.com/resources/ar ticles/2005/making-the-most-of-water-play
General Ideas for Ages 0-5 Discover / Explore / Connect to the world • Five Senses – Mystery bags / watching bouncing gook / smell spice / sensory table • http://www.prekinders.com/sensory-table/
Activity from the Manual • Finger Puppets! • Can use with music or stories… • Crafts like this extend the storytime and allow the families to continue playing at home. • Process vs. Product Crafts (Sometimes you hear this discussed as Arts vs. Crafts)
Activity from the Manual
Questions or Your Ideas for Early Literacy? Break!
School Age Science Theme: Fizz Boom Read Resources
Manual still a good resource. • Press Releases • Using Volunteers • Public Performance Rights for Movies • Using Parents • Whole chapter on promoting • Evaluating the program afterwards • Reports • And so much more!
Good Resources • Pinterest • Twitter #fizzboomread / #cslpreads / #summerreading • http://fizzboomread.weebly.com/ • http://www.teachingbooks.net/tb.cgi?lid=3796 • Each other • Past Summer Reading Manuals – Bugs, Water, Digging, Get a Clue…lots of science ideas
More Science Resources • http://www.kidsites.com/sites- edu/science.htm - Websites • http://www.scientificsonline.com/ - Cool Products • Science Fair section of the library • http://www.lovemyscience.com • http://indy.madscience.org/
Why do we do this? • State Standards say that you have to: “Children’s services that include the following…an annual summer reading program for a minimum of six (6) weeks at each fixed location.”
Why do we do this? • To combat Summer Slide: According to Reading is Fundamental experts have found that “children who read during the summer gain reading skills, while those who do not often slide backwards.”
Why do we do this? • To combat Summer Slide: Reading just four books over the summer can prevent summer slide…where students lose educational ground because they may not be as stimulated as they are during the school year.
Why do we do this? • One of the best ways to market your library. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BgxdUr D6nVg
How do we do this? • Counting – Pages, books, time • Goals – We set a goal / They set a goal • Chances for prizes – Fill out a form for a chance at a big prize
Incentives for School Age • Books • Bookmarks • Erasers • Buttons • Cups • Pencils / Pens • Notepads • Tattoos • Color Sheets • Small Toys • Coupons to businesses • Tee Shirts • Bags • Posters • Water Bottles • Larger prizes like electronics • Dunk the Librarian et al.
In the Manual… • For each topic they give you separate and complete programs for: – Family – Primary Grades – Intermediate Grades • Plus: – Resources – Reproducibles
Thoughts on Experiments • Know the difference between a demonstration and an experiment. • You can do experiments and demonstrations with any age. • Demonstrations = Show and Tell • Experiments answer questions.
In the Manual • RU Curious? • Fizz, Boom, Pop! • Science and the Arts • Techno Fun • It’s Alive!
RU Curious? Experiments • Salt and Pepper / Static Electricity – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hea32_BSbEA • Thraumatrope – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cj3jx03VJXM • Tornado Tube – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mzw3DcDblIg • Static Electricity and Fluorescent – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IS4OHcgq4UE
Fizz, Boom, Pop! – Fun Science • Nonnewtonian Fluid - Oobleck – http://fizzboomread.weebly.com/fizz-boom-pop.html • Mentos and Diet Coke – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h-12lEXR728 • Popsicle Stick Kinetic Experiment – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gIwZ9d361A8 • Water Science – drops on a penny, viscosity – http://www.kidspot.com.au/kids-activities-and- games/Science-Experiments+10/Water- power+11068.htm
Science and the Arts • Fibonacci Sequence – Spiral – Try it! • Leonardo Da Vinci – Paper Airplanes • String Telephone (sound / singing) • Pop up Books / Book engineering • Scanimation explained! – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oDSigzI6YKw • Art and Science – tie dye, physics of materials, http://teachertomsblog.blogspot.com/2012/09/cap illary-action-in-action.html
Techno Fun • Robots – Robot Crafts • Inventions – CD Crafts • Engineering and construction – Lego Events • Reader’s Theatres • Binary Code for String Necklaces – Let’s try!
It’s Alive! • Bug programs / activities • Plant programs / activities – http://www.sciencekids.co.nz/videos/nature/ venusflytrap.html – Venus Fly Trap Craft • Animal programs / activities • Iowa recommends Cryptozoology program
Optional Fibonacci • http://www.goldennumber.net/fib onacci-series/
Binary Necklaces – Teen Manual
Fizz, Boom, Read! • Questions or Ideas?
Fizz, Boom, Read! Suzanne Walker Children’s Consultant Director – Indiana Center for the Book Sammy’s Suffering Mama Indiana State Library @suzieecw firstname.lastname@example.org (317) 234-5649
Popsicle Stick Chain Reaction • Define kinetic energy • Talk about chain reactions • Lots of fun! • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BX2Np _9rGOw
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