LS Library Skills

Grades 2 and 3

The second and third grade library program introduces students to the library and basic library procedures. The focus is on helping students to become comfortable in the library setting and encouraging frequent use of the library. Time is set aside for reading aloud to the students. Independent reading is encouraged through book talks and other activities.

Grade 4

The fourth grade library classes meet once a week. Working closely with the fourth grade teachers, the librarian introduces elementary research skills, which will be integrated with curricular needs and objectives during the school year. Time is set aside each class period for reading aloud to the students. Independent reading is encouraged through book talks and other activities.

Grade 5

The fifth grade meets once a week to reinforce those skills learned in the fourth grade. New research materials and skills are introduced through projects, which are integrated with both the social studies and language arts curricula. Time is set aside, during most periods, for reading aloud to the students. Independent reading is encouraged through book talks and other activities.



Primary School: Readers Workshop

Primary School: Morning Meeting

The Lower School teachers do everything to fine-tune their teaching to the individual child.

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