• Making Masks

    Posted by Frank Kleyn on 11/8/2017

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    LFP student and sibling with masks they made from instructions found in a school library book.

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  • 3rd Graders Read and Reported on Washington Children's Choice Picture Book Award Nominees

    Posted by Frank Kleyn on 11/1/2017

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    Third grade students read Washington Children's Choice Award nominees from past years, wrote
    reports, and shared their reports on video.  Enjoy these short videos about great books.  

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  • 2nd Graders Read and Reported on Washington Children's Choice Picture Book Award Nominees

    Posted by Frank Kleyn on 10/18/2017

    Lake Forest Park second graders spent time in library reading Washington Children's Choice Picture Book Award nominees from previous years.  Each student chose a book to read and then wrote a short, illustrated book report.  Washington Children's Choice nominees are fantastic books and will bring a smile to a reader's face.  Click the images below to view students holding their book and report. 

     

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    Click to view Room 7 students with their books and reports

     

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    Click to view Room 9 students with their books and reports

     

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    Click to view Room 11 students with their books and reports.

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  • New Library Chairs

    Posted by Frank Kleyn on 10/9/2017

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    We were able to purchase two comfy red chairs for our library using funds raised in our Walk-a-thons.  Students love sitting down on the chairs to read a new book.  Thank you to all who have raised money in our Walk-a-thons!  A big thanks to our Watchdog, Mr. McBride,  for putting together the chairs. 

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  • Washington Children's Choice Picture Book Nominee Rotation

    Posted by Frank Kleyn on 9/18/2017

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    Each year, the LFP PTA supports the library’s purchase of the 20 Washington Children’s Choice Picture Book Award Nominees (WCCPBA). Thank you LFP PTA!  The nominees are selected by a panel of elementary teacher-librarians.  Each year, over 100,000 students have participated in voting for their favorite.  Last year’s winner was “Mummy Cat.”   Fifteen of the nominees will be read by LFP's K-6 classroom teachers and five of the books will be read in the library.  We hope our teachers and students enjoy this year's nominees. 

    If you'd like to learn more about this year's nominees, you can read their summaries here. 

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