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Library Catalog

Mount Holly School Library Catalog

-Click above on the catalog image.
-If the Log-in page comes up: Enter Mt Holly School 
-There is no password.

Internet Instruction

PBS Kids provides a fun way to learn to safely navigate the virtual universe of the Internet.


Learn what it means to be a digital citizenship at:
 
Quality Information Checklist

8 quick steps to check
 
information quality

http://www.digizen.org/kids/
Watch this video to learn more about Website Evaluation:

Looking for a Good Book to Read? Click on the Links Below

Books We Love, and Hope You'll Love Too!


5th & 6th Graders -  
Click above to access our DCF discussion site 

Read an e-Book

Visit: Tumblebooks picture books, chapter books, nonfiction texts videos and games, accessible form any internet connected device.
Tumblebooksor check out the Library of Congress website www.Read.gov
For our older students: 
Each chapter is written by a different author from among the best in today's children's literature. 


or choose from Classic Books for younger and older students

at: Storyline Online you can listen to a story read to you by a famous actor!

ICDL - The International Children's Library provides books from around the world. http://en.childrenslibrary.org/

Favorite Authors and Illustrators

J.K.Rowling

Dr. SeussJeff KinneyRoald Dahl
 Jan Brett MoWillems


     
Childrens'Literature Web Guide

Not sure how to pronounce an author's name? Click below to find out:

Award Winners & Recommended Books


Book cover image: Radiant Child2017 Caldecott Medal Winner: 
Radiant Child: The Story of Young Artist Jean Michel Basquiat
by Javaka Steptoe


Award Winners:
VermontRed Clover Books
Vermont DCF 2017-2018 Nominees

Newbery Medal Winners
Caldecott Medal Winners

Recommended Reading Lists:
NY Public Library On-Lion for Kids

Cool New Books!

Publishing News about New Books, Series, & Authors
http://www.kidsreads.com
www.kidsreads.com

Contact

Library web page created by: Julie Goraj 
Library Media Teacher, Mount Holly Elementary School
last updated: Aug 25, 2017

contact: julie.goraj@trsu.org


Subscription Databases for e-Books and Research

 http://www.tumblebooklibrary.com/Default.aspx?ReturnUrl=%2f
Tumblebooks e- books  K-6
Grolier GO
Grolier Go Encyclopedia
& America the Beautiful

 http://www.worldbookonline.com/wb/Login?ed=wb
WorldBook
Encyclopedia

http://infotrac.galegroup.com/itweb/vol_m86s
Resources for
Adults & Kids

 http://go.galegroup.com/ps/start.do?p=ITKE&u=vol_m86s&authCount=1
Scroll to this icon for
Kids InfoBits

 http://ic.galegroup.com/ic/bic1/?p=BIC1&u=vol_m86s
Scroll to this icon for Biography in Context

On-Line Libraries & Search Engines:


These web sites will link you to sites on most any topic

 and they're created specifically for children.


Bibliography Citation

Bibliography Citations:

http://www.noodletools.com/noodlebib/express.php

NoodleTools Express


Why Citations Matter:

http://library.uvm.edu/guides/citation/why.php


Curricular Resources

Science
Nasa for Kids Kids Planet Animals

 MBGnet:
Biomes
of the World
 VT Critters
Dept. of VT Fish & Wildlife
Kidsites.com/
Science
kidshealth
IPL2 Math & Science
 
   
Math
321know.com Math Playground
coolmath4kids.com Ask Dr. Math 
Ict Games Apples 4 the Teacher Rekenweb FunBrainMath Forum

The Arts & Recreation 
            
Fine Arts                     Sports

Music : San Francisco Symphony Kids www.sfskids.org/
Art: National Gallery of Art www.nga.gov/content/ngaweb/education/kids.htmlnga kids
             Metropolitan Museum of Art-MetKids
Sports: Sports Illustrated Kids www.sikids.com/    

Social Studies: The World

             
World FactBook     IPL Culture Quest   Say Hello to the World



http://maps.nationalgeographic.com/maps

Social Studies: Vermont and The United States 
for primary source resources: check out the 6th grade primary source resources listed above under Classroom Connections
Vermont
Kids Page
http://bensguide.gpo.gov/





Ben's Guide
to the U.S.
Government

Library of Congress  
Library of Congress

Stately
Knowledge
American the Beautiful Grolier America the BeautifulUSHistory.org
Independence Hall Philadelphia



http://libertyskids.com/
American Revolution
Game & Info

 Colonial Williamsburg
Colonial Williamsburg
                       
                          


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