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    • 1. + Summer Reading Parent Night Hosted by Kirby’s Mill and BCLS
    • 2. + Welcome Thank you for joining us tonight! Parents - We hope that you leave informed and prepared to help your child read more this summer. Kids – We hope that you leave excited and motivated to read more this summer!
    • 3. + Research shows…  Kids loose two months of reading skills throughout the summer.  They don’t know where to get books to read with the school library closed.  Kids aren’t motivated to read because they don’t have the support of their teachers or librarians.  Parents cite summer as the most difficult time to ensure that their children have productive things to do.
    • 4. + KMS Library Summer Reading Mission  Give children access to quality reading material throughout the summer.  Create an environment that creates excitement for reading.  Supply book lists to aid book choice based on your child’s interests and their ‘just right” levels.  Provide parents with free resources available to them to support summer reading with their children.
    • 5. + Accomplishing Our Mission  Scholastic Reading Contest  Rewards  Website to Log Minutes  Reading App  Communication  Book Swap – June 12th  Remind 101 Text Alerts  KMS Library Summer Hours  Pinterest Page  Discussion Prompt Guide  Free Resources  Book Lists  Pinelands Branch Library  Other Companies
    • 6. + Summer Reading Contest
    • 7. + Kirby’s Mill Goal  Our first school goal was to read 100,000 minutes from May 5th to September 5th . We made that goal in less than 3 weeks!  Our new school goal is to read over 200,000 minutes from May 5th to September 5th . (124 days)  That is about 6 minutes a day! How easy is that! Our Hawks are soaring with their reading!
    • 8. + What happens if we meet our goal?  We will have a Reading Pep Rally the morning of September 19th .  Mr. Damon will perform a science experiment as a Mad Scientist for the whole school!  Prizes will be awarded to the top three classes that read the most this summer! Small prizes for all participants.  A special second school wide assembly will take place in the afternoon on September 19th  No “Summer Slide” will occur and our Hawks will be ready for learning in September.
    • 9. + Scholastic Website  Games  Book Lists  Author Movies  Book Trailers http://www.scholastic.com/summer Go to the Kids Log In You will use the username and password provided to you. Everyone has the same password - kms
    • 10. + Reading Apps  An interactive reading stopwatch for timing reading minutes  Personal profile which features the total minutes a child has read for the day, week, and throughout the year  Articles and daily tips for parents, which offer ideas to support growing readers  Book lists for ages 3-12, featuring recommended titles for every kind of reader
    • 11. + Communication
    • 12. + KMS Book Swap - June12th Follow these simple directions to participate in the KMS Book Swap.  1.Gather up your old favorite books at your house.These books should be school appropriate and in good condition. Limit 5 donated books per child.  2.Bring these books to the KMS library the morning of JUNE 12th.Please DO NOT send books into school before that date.  3.For each book you donate, we will give you a Book Buck.  4.During your class’s scheduled Book Swap time, you will have the chance to trade those Book Bucks into new books to take home for your summer reading!
    • 13. + Remind 101 - Kirby‘s Mill Alerts  Updates about  The Summer Reading Contest  KMS School Library Hours  New Books  Where is Mrs. King?  Reading Events
    • 14. + KMS School Library OPEN this summer!  6:00 – 8:00 pm on July 2nd  9:30 – 11:30 am on July 30th  1:30 – 3:30 pm on August 13th
    • 15. + Pinterest- Medford SL  Follow Us on Pinterest  Book Nooks  Word Building Activities  Book Lists  Research  Book Activities  Discussion Guides
    • 16. + Discussion Prompt Guide 1. Create mental images: Good readers create a wide range of visual, auditory, and other sensory images as they read, and they become emotionally involved with what they read. 2. Use background knowledge: Good readers use their relevant prior knowledge before, during, and after reading to enhance their understanding of what they’re reading. 3. Ask questions: Good readers generate questions before, during, and after reading to clarify meaning, make predictions, and focus their attention on what’s important. 4. Make inferences: good readers use their prior knowledge and information from what they read to make predictions, seek answers to questions, draw conclusions, and create interpretations that deepen their understanding of the text. 5. Determine the most important ideas or themes: Good readers identify key ideas or themes as they read, and they can distinguish between important and unimportant information. 6. Synthesize information: good readers track their thinking as it evolves during reading, to get the overall meaning. 7. Use fix up strategies: Good readers are aware of when they understand and when they don’t.
    • 17. + Burlington County Public Library Resources
    • 18. + Burlington County Library – Pinelands Branch  Library Card – Unlocks many doors!  Website (www.bcls.lib.nj.us)  Mobile app  Free e-books  Summer Reading Program/ Prizes  Reading Events
    • 19. + Library Card – Unlocks many doors!  Signing up for a library card allows you access to a range of free services:  Books, DVDs, CDs, Magazines, and More! Borrow from our collection of 850,000+ titles.  Learning & Research.We have many online databases and learning tools just for kids!  E-books to Download. Borrow and download e-books and e- audiobooks to your computer, smartphone, e-reader, or tablet.  Public Computers and Wi-Fi Access. Use our computers for internet access and a variety of Microsoft applications. Or use our free wireless service.  Museum Passes. Family passes are available for you to enjoy education, cultural enrichment, and fun at many of our local museums.  Programs & Events. Attend any of our programs for free.
    • 20. + BCLS Website and App  Use our website and/or app to request and renew items, manage your account, keep a reading list, sign up for programs, and more!  Website: www.bcls.lib.nj.us  App: BCLS Mobile BCLS Mobile - powered by Boopsie
    • 21. + Free e-books  Borrow and download e-books and audiobooks to your computer, smartphone or e-reader.  Large collection of titles available for kids & teens  www.ebooks.bcls.lib.nj.us  Download using the Overdrive Media Console App
    • 22. + Overdrive Media App  Access e-books by using the Overdrive Media Console App v Search Browse To GET books To READ books
    • 23. + Summer Reading Program/ Prizes  This summer’s theme ,“FIZZ, BOOM, READ!”, is all about experiments, time machines, robots, discovery, and more!  June 23rd – August 15th  Sign up to receive a summer reading packet, which includes a reading log.  Read whatever you like – the choice is yours!  Earn prizes  Ages 3-8 ~ one prize = 4 books  Ages 8-12 ~ one prize = 4 hours  Prizes include: toys, books, Rita’s water ice coupons, or a chance to enter the weekly gift card drawing.
    • 24. + More Summer Reading Info  For more info on the Summer Reading Program, check out the Summer Reading page on our website.  Fizz Boom Read = ages 0-12  Spark a Reaction = ages 12-18  Literary Elements = ages 18 and up www.bcls.lib.nj.us/summer-reading- 2014
    • 25. + Special Events  Fun programs at the Pinelands Library this summer:  Slime Time (presented by Mad Science)  Paws to Read (reading therapy dogs)  Wonkaville comedy/magic show  Graphic Novel Book Club  Piccirillo Sciencetellers  Family Movie Nights  Abrakadoodle Art  Knitting Club  Yoga for Kids  Lego Club  End of Summer Reading Ice Cream Party! www.bcls.lib.nj.us/calendar/month/mf
    • 26. + BCLS Barnes & Noble Fundraiser  We have partnered with Barnes and Noble in Moorestown on Saturday, June 28 and Sunday, June 29th. Customers who bring our voucher into the store or shop online with our ID number during those days will have a portion of their eligible purchases credited to our fundraiser.  Another component is the "Buy One, Donate One".These books will be donated to local school libraries in our community.
    • 27. + Companies with Summer Reading Incentives
    • 28. + Questions?  aking@medford.k12.nj.us – Amy King  dhaubric@bcls.lib.nj.us – Danielle Haubrich

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