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  • 1. Tommy’s Library Media Center
  • 2. Gantt Chart
  • 3. 3/31/2014 TITLE OF ACTIVITIES JUN. JUL. AUG. SEPT. OCT. NOV. DEC. JAN. FEB. MAR. “Journey to the Room of Knowledge” “Fruits and Veggies the Musicale” “The Treasure Book Hunting ” “So much to see, So much to Learn @ the LIBRARY” “Read or Threat: Book Beyond Basic”
  • 4. 3/31/2014 “Sit n’ Listen: Storytelling for the Young Minds” “Book Bucket: A Pale of Thoughts” “Holiday Story Craft: Read a story. Make a craft. Tell the story.” “Give BOOKS on Christmas Day” “Book Fair: Keep Calm and Buy Books” “KIDS READING SOCIETY: BOOK AFFAIR @Library” “Find Me: A Scavenger Hunt” “Art for A Bookmark”
  • 5. Program of Activities SY 2014-2015
  • 6. TARGET DATE NAME OF ACTIVITY OBJECTIVES RESOURCES PERSON/S RESPONSIBLE June 16, 2014 (Monday) *Pre-school (Morning session) *Grade school (Afternoon session) “Journey to the Room of Knowledge ” The pupils will be oriented about the library’s services and resources. Basically, the librarians will tour them inside the library, and teach them how to find and use the available resources. At the end of the activity, participants should be able to: Tell the importance of the library Know the different sections in the library Show the proper behavior in using the library’s resources AVR Ms. Catalina Barte (Pre-school librarian) Ms. Pearl Valdez (Grade school librarian)
  • 7. July 25, 2013 (Friday) “Fruits and Veggies the Musicale” The pupils will watch the play produced and directed by the Librarians and PE & Health Teachers. The play is all about the importance of eating healthy and nutritious food in line with the Nutrition month. The actors will be the librarians, library staff, and some students. At the end of the activity, the students’ will be able to: Watch and listen attentively to the play Answer the given questions regarding the play Learn the importance of eating nutritious foods AuditoriumProps and Costumes Sounds system Story in a Book (food) Ms. Joanna Guiaya (Grade school librarian) Ms. Kaynne Libat (AV Librarian)
  • 8. August 22, 2013 (Friday) “The Treasure Book Hunting ” All the pupils will be mixed among all the levels and be grouped. The challenge is for the students to construct the broken puzzle, and the way to do this is for them to find the answers to the questions which they will find inside the library (i.e. by section, by reading a book, searching for the person). All the questions are based on kids facts, and there’s no specific pattern, the first group who finish the entire quest and puzzle will win. At the end of the activity, the students’ will be able to: Familiarize themselves to every part or section of the library Know the uses of the different resources of the library Build teamwork and leadership Puzzles Facts Mission Questions Color coding Ms. Catalina Barte (Pre-school Librarian) Ms. Pearl Valdez (Grade school librarian) Ms. Joanna Guiaya (Grade school librarian) Ms. Kaynne Libat (AV Librarian)
  • 9. September 19, 2013 (Friday) “So much to see, So much to Learn @ the LIBRARY” This exhibit is to promote books to children and a perks for them to be trained on how to do library works such as the proper ways to shelve the books. At the end of the activity, participants should be able to: •Familiarize themselves to what library’s can offer •Know the uses of the different resources of the library •Appreciate art and culture Library Area Ms. Kaynne Libat (AV Librarian)
  • 10. October 17, 2013 (Friday) “Read or Threat: Book Beyond Basic” A seminar or talk which help the pupils as well as their parents on what their children’s focus or give an attention to reading. In addition, the pupils in preparatory will have their reading of books in the afternoon and they will engage themselves with an easy zumba which the songs was taken from the book they have read. This can help them more to love reading and change their perception on what reading is all about. At the end of the activity, participants should be able to: •Understand the importance of reading. •Apply the values of what the student learned and relate it to the real world. •Enhance imagination through reading. Functional Hall (inside the library) Mr. Paul Aeron Vista (Head Librarian)
  • 11. November 20 ,2013 (Thursday) “Sit n’ Listen: Storytelling for the Young Minds” A storytelling that is done every school year. This activity enhance their imaginative mind and promote reading through the stories that those pupils in grade school will act. At the end of the activity, participants should be able to: •Watch and listen attentively to the story teller •Relate their experiences to the story and they will be able to know what to do in the situation. •Enhance their attentiveness. Picture books Storytelling area in the library Ms. Catalina Barte (Pre-school librarian)
  • 12. November 21, 2013 (Friday) “Book Bucket: A Pale of Thoughts” An individual quiz bee that provide an effective vehicle for the child’s development in their academic excellence and values formation. This activity can harness and prepare the pupils to have a balanced program of education toward the enjoymentof the quiz bee. At the end of the activity, participants should be able to: •Establish young minds with upright knowledge •Encourage and engage the students in learning at the same time with enjoyment •Enhance their attentiveness and competitivenes s. Tally Board Pens & Answer sheets Ms. Pearl Valdez (Grade school librarian)
  • 13. December 12, 2014 (Friday) “Holiday Story Craft: Read a story. Make a craft. Tell the story.” Holiday Story Craft gives a chance for children to explore their creativity in fun and exciting ways during Christmas season. Through the use of some interesting books pupils will explore the beauty of the written word and delight in the art of invention of their own story about Christmas. Story Craft will be a guide to encourage their enthusiasm and help each student reach their full At the end of the activity, participants should be able to: Know the meaning off Christmas season Share their insights about Christmas season Read Christmas books and write their own crafted story about it Christmas Story Books Paper and Pen Ms. Pearl Valdez (Grade school librarian) Ms. Joanna Guiaya (Grade school librarian)
  • 14. December 19, 2014 (Friday) “Give BOOKS on Christmas Day” Book is a slow gift, a gift that lasts. To give a book as a Christmas gift is something very special. Giving books during Christmas is like giving words and story. Through giving of books to the less fortunate, the pupils will know the essence of Christmas which is SHARING. At the end of the activity, the students’ will be able to: Understand the importance of sharing with the less privileged Share books and feel the essence of charity during holiday season Donate books for the less fortunate children Books that will be donated Ms. Joanna Guiaya (Grade school Librarian)
  • 15. January 16, 2015 (Friday) “Book Fair: Keep Calm and Buy Books” A start of a new year and a start of acquiring new books for new knowledge. The pupils have the opportunity to browse and buy some of the hundreds of titles that are available in the book fair. Through book fair pupils will be updated on the new trends of books. At the end of the activity, the students’ will be able to: Promote books and reading as cultural entertainment; Discover new trends of published book Exchange of ideas and information through books and other knowledge- based materials. Book Exhibitors (i.e Scholastic Books, Power Books) Mr. Paul Vista (Head Librarian)
  • 16. February 13, 2015 (Friday) “KIDS READING SOCIETY: BOOK AFFAIR @Library” The kids reading society preparatory unit and grade school unit get together to read books and discuss about it. This affair is a great way for the pupils to share their insights about the book and to gain camaraderie with their schoolmates. Through reading books together, pupils can share special time while developing the love of reading and importance of language and At the end of the activity, the students’ will be able to: Expand readership and raise the status of the written word. Establish camaraderie between their schoolmates Share stories with their co – society schoolmates Library Ms. Catalina Barte (Pre-school Librarian)
  • 17. March 6, 2013 (Friday) “Find Me: A Scavenger Hunt” This is a game where librarians or teachers prepare a list defining specific items, which the participants- individuals or teams-seek to gather all items on the list – usually without purchasing them or perform a tasks or take photographs of the items, as specified. The goal is usually to be the first to complete the list or challenged to complete the tasks on the list in the most creative At the end of the activity, the students’ will be able to: Identify what is needed in the said list. Shows self- reliance when working independently. Cooperate in group activities (displays teamwork) activities Shows desire to learn a new process (motivation) Library Ms. Kaynne Libat (AV Librarian) Ms. Joanna Guiaya (Grade school librarian)
  • 18. March 20, 2013 (Friday) “Art for A Bookmark” Since summer time is fast approaching, it is a great time to get the kids involved in reading activities. Having a bookmark that they designed by themselves can help them more attracted to books. They will also keep track of their favorite genres of books. They will be given a rectangular card and they will design it with their own themes. Bookmark making can help the pupils boost their creativity. Making a reading buddy can make reading more At the end of the activity, the students’ will be able to: Identify the right usage and importance of bookmark Establish their creativity and emotions through art Create their bookmark with colorful design and attractive theme Art and coloring materials Ms. Catalina Barte (Pre-school librarian) Ms. Pearl Valdez (Grade school librarian)

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