Thursday, December 16th through Friday, December 23rd
Ellsworth Media Center
These drives are to help support 5th grade student projects to spread kindness and help others. Please bring books and nonperishable food items to the Ellsworth Media center, where they will be collected and donated to local charities.
The holiday season is the perfect time to spread kindness. One simple act can make all the difference to someone. Check out the great website below for some ideas on how to spead kindness around your life!
Random Acts of Kindness
Hi everyone! I hope you had a fun and safe Halloween. November is one of my favorite months because we celebrate Thanksgiving. While I love feasting with my family, many of you may not know that Thanksgiving has a very rich history. Check out the below video to learn a little about the history of Thanksgiving.
In first grade we have been learning about Fairy Tales. In library, we talked about different elements of a Fairy Tale and what they have in common. Here are some of the elements we came up with:
Watch the story of Rapunzel below. Can you find any of the Fairy Tale elements?
Book circulation has begun! Please remember that all library books are due back 7 days after library class.
La circulación del libro ha comenzado! Recuerde que todos los libros de la biblioteca se deben volver 7 días después de la clase de biblioteca.
All library books are due back Friday, June 3rd. Students who do not bring back their books will not receive their report cards.
Click here for the summer reading site. Have a wonderful summer and keep reading! See you in August!
As part of Milford's "One City, One Story" project, we were able to Skype with the author of our elementary book Wilma Unlimited, Kathleen Krull. All of third grade was able to chat with her in the media center where Mrs. Krull joined us all the way from California! It was so much fun! Click here to visit her website and check out some of the other amazing books she has written.
Check out the book trailers the 5th graders have been working on! We used a website called Animoto. Students had a great time with this project. Click here to view their work, or go to "student work" in the toolbar to your left. Enjoy!
Library Media Specialist