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Wednesday, November 30, 2016

Make your own calendar!

It's almost December!

If you've ever said that you would like to make a CALENDAR, get a start on this New Year's
resolution!

(bring your own materials! :-))
be inspired by Nick Robinson!
be inspired by Enzo Mari Formosa!
Join us in (y)our library during LUNCH on THURSDAYS in DECEMBER to make your own calendar... or a gift for someone special.

one page, or a traditional wall calendar
We'll have templates, paper, collage materials, markers, colored pencils, stencils, glue, patterned scissors, and other fun things.

Bring your ideas, list of important dates, special paper, printed
photos, scrapbooking supplies.

Sign up in (y)our library.


Templates to use -- save copy before working! GDoc | GSheet

Images from:
https://c2.staticflickr.com/4/3604/3588558686_4f1ff03153_b.jpg
https://c2.staticflickr.com/8/7027/6698099611_bee99e7def_b.jpg
http://www.publicdomainpictures.net/pictures/30000/nahled/calendar-for-2013.jpg
https://cdn.pixabay.com/photo/2015/12/09/21/10/calendar-1085557_960_720.jpg

Friday, October 21, 2016

Information Investigators Classwork for Monday 10/24 and Tuesday 10/25

Dear Black CE Class and Black AD Class,

Sorry that we aren't able to meet with you today.

We've put together a selection of activities for you to work on during today's class.

The assignments connect to learning about the Internet, using LARK as a member of our Global Community, and making sure that everyone knows some basic vocabulary that we will be using in class.

Before you start, please make sure that you bookmarked the main WMS library webpage.

Here is the link. Please plug in your headphones and get started!

Author visit: Chris Grabenstein 10/26


Wednesday, September 7, 2016

Friday, June 3, 2016

Summer Reading 2016!

It's not quite yet summer, but we certainly have had some great beach weather, and, as we all know, WMS reads all year 'round!

Information about Summer Reading and Book Buzz forms can be found on the school website.

Click here for this summer's list of book suggestions to get your started!

The library has collected this list of recommended summer reading from current nonfiction and fiction titles as a collaborative effort with Pam McCuen, the head of Youth Services at the Wayland Public Library, and in consultation with Departmental Faculty. 


You'll notice that you can click on the tabs to access the list in alphabetical order by author, title or genre.

Remember that you also can click on the Reading link above for additional booklists and award-winners.

Also, don't forget that the ebooks and audiobooks available via our library or the WPL from anywhere with an internet connection.

Finally, you can use your WPL card to use NoveList K-8 for recommendations.

We wish you a fantastic spring and summer full of wonderful books and look forward to sharing in the fall!

Friday, May 6, 2016

Manga @ WPL 5/31! (and Free Comic Book Day tomorrow!)

Teen Library Advisory, we've missed you!

Note that the event is the day after Memorial Day. Please RSVP before the holiday weekend!

And... click for information about


Wednesday, April 27, 2016

Body Systems Project

Dear Carson Cluster,

Congratulations on your assignment to share information about common ailments at WMS!

Here's some help with strategies and resources for your GAME PLAN:

KEYWORDS:
remember, you may need to stop to learn more about your topic along the way
remember, you can always tweak your keyword list
  • Symptom itself
  • Impacted body system(s)
  • Impacted organ(s)
  • Name of syndrome/disease/disorder (once you figure it out!)
RESOURCES:

You may use books, encyclopedia, databases, and preselected websites.

The encyclopedia may have trustworthy images in addition to good background information.

Library Catalog --  (click on Middle School, and reload if needed)
For books, use your keywords in the library catalog. Make sure to put them back on the shelf when you are done so someone else can use them! See a SR for ebook/audiobook passwords.
For websites, start off with Webpath Express.

KidInfoBits and InfoTrac Junior -- especially for newspaper and magazines (think Current Events!)

Frequently used websites:
  • NIH -- National Institute of Health -- Health Information
  • WHO -- World Health Organization -- Health Topics
  • CDC -- Center for Disease Control -- Diseases and Conditions
  • Mayo Clinic -- Diseases and Conditions
  • KidsHealth.org -- Use the kids or teen section

Need more complex information? Try: