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Elementary Library Lessons for Spring -- Seasonal Storytime BUNDLE

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This is a bundle of four spring library lessons for elementary students. The bundle includes a spring storytime, flowers storytime, a lesson on insects, and a digital bulletin board on the science of spring. They are flexible and easy to use in specials rotation library classes.

THIS BUNDLE INCLUDES ALL OF THE FOLLOWING RESOURCES:

Library Lesson -- Insects

Welcome spring in the library with this fun Insect Lesson! This 69-slide PowerPoint includes a storytime discussion on insect idioms, plus additional insect-themed slides to scroll during checkout. Students LOVE these! Editable in PPT and Google Slides.

Library Lesson -- Spring Storytime

It's Spring! Shout it from the bookshelves with this Digital Storytime! This 56-slide lesson gives you everything you need to structure a fun and informative spring storytime. Also includes two differentiated PDF scavenger hunts. Editable.

Spring Flowers Elementary Library Lesson -- Gardening -- Storytime

This spring flowers elementary library lesson is perfect for Kindergarten, 1st Grade, and 2nd Grade ! In the first part of the storytime, students will play a flower species guessing game. The second part includes fun facts and trivia about spring flowers, parts of a plant, flower jobs, and more. All text is editable in PPT, PDF, and Google Slides.

Digital Library Bulletin Board -- Spring

This 55-slide Digital Bulletin Board is perfect for spring library time! Scroll it on a loop while students check out or during library downtimes. It includes a scavenger hunt, fun facts, trivia, booktalks, and more! Editable.

Description

Click on any of the elementary library lessons for spring above to see more details about each.

FAST FACTS

  • Recommended for: Grades K-6
  • Lesson Duration: about 50 minutes for each lesson (150 minutes for all three)
  • Formats: PPT, Google Slides, PDF
  • Editable: YES, all text is editable

HERE’S WHAT YOU’LL GET

  • 4 PowerPoint / Google Slides presentations
  • 5 scavenger hunts (Spring Storytime and The Science of Spring; both have easier and harder versions for differentiation)
  • 4 pages of Recommended Reads to send to teachers or parents (one list for each of the three lessons)

INCLUDES THE FOLLOWING FOUR LIBRARY LESSONS FOR SPRING:

SPRING STORYTIME (GRADES K-2)

  • Includes brief descriptions of 7 spring holidays: St. Patrick’s Day, April Fool’s Day, Easter, Earth Day, Holi, Mother’s Day, and Ramadan (it’s in the spring through 2023)
  • 10 visual booktalks; includes picture books, fiction, nonfiction, and 1 poetry book–all are spring-themed
  • 2 “Did you Know”
  • 1 spring riddle
  • 1 “What do you think?”
  • 3 “Would you rather?”
  • 1 “What does it mean?” (explains a common spring simile)
  • 2 trivia questions with answers
  • 1 library review question (book spine and why it’s important)
  • vocabulary words: equinox and pastel
  • this week’s birthdays
  • weekly schedule and agenda
  • checkout reminders (you add your own!)

SPRING FLOWERS STORYTIME (GRADES K-2)

  • storytime song — “I Love the Mountains”
  • nursery rhyme — “Mary, Mary Quite Contrary”
  • sign language links — flowers and spring
  • flower names for humans — Rose, Daisy, William, etc.
  • 8 guessing game slides — students choose from four flower species (e.g., “Which one is a tulip?”)
  • flower jobs — gardener, flower cart owner, florist, botanist
  • parts of a flower — roots, stem, leaves, petals, flower, seeds
  • flower idiom — “fresh as a daisy”
  • flower tea
  • flower joke
  • helpful garden insects and creatures
  • word of the week: sprout
  • All slides are illustrated with real photos and colorful clipart for K-2.

THE SCIENCE OF SPRING (GRADES 3-6)

  • Fun facts and trivia about rainbows, birds, monarch butterflies, the date of Easter, equinoxes, trees, and what it means when we say March “comes in like a lion…”
  • Would you rathers…? (3 questions)
  • 5 trivia questions
  • 12 booktalk slides (all well-reviewed titles recommended for Grades 3-6)
  • Words of the Week: pastel and equinox
  • Daily and weekly schedule
  • This week’s birthdays

INSECTS LIBRARY LESSON (GRADES K-6)

  • sign language slide and how-to link (“bug”)
  • introduction to idioms (what are idioms)
  • 10 insect idioms:
    • “ants in the pants”
    • “butterflies in your stomach”
    • “busy as a bee”
    • “fly on the wall”
    • “snug as a bug in a rug”
    • “don’t let the bedbugs bite”
    • “cute as a bug’s ear”
    • “the bee’s knees”
    • “you catch more flies with honey than with vinegar”
    • “make a bee line”
  • Includes facts about various familiar insects including: rhinoceros beetle, stag beetle, honeybee, ladybug, ants, Monarch butterflies, mosquitoes, and fruit flies.
  • 2 “Did you Know”
  • 1 “What do you think?”
  • 1 True/False
  • 2 “Would you rather?”
  • 1 “What would you do?”
  • 2 trivia questions with answers
  • 1 library review question (nonfiction/Dewey numbers)
  • vocabulary words: entomologist and mandibles
  • this week’s birthdays
  • weekly schedule and agenda
  • checkout reminders (you add your own!)

Prefer TPT? You can find this Elementary Library Lessons for Spring Bundle here.

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