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  • Summer Learning

    Posted by Frank Kleyn at 6/23/2017

    Lake Forest Park teachers encourage our students to participate in summer reading programs found at the KCLS (Lake Forest Park, Shoreline, Richmond Beach) Libraries.

    One of the benefits of visiting your public library over the summer is that it helps readers avoid "summer learning loss."  Students who read and learn over the summer continue to make academic progress and have a strong start their new school year.   

    Visit your library's website to place holds on books.  The Librarians will find your books and put them aside for you.  When you visit the Library, the books will be waiting for you to check out. It's easy!

    The links below are my recommendations for summer reading and learning.  You'll find
    more ideas on our PTA's website.

     

    Frank Kleyn
    Teacher-Librarian
    Lake Forest Park Elementary School

     

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    King County (Lake Forest Park) Public Library - Summer Learning Opportunities
     

     

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    Keyboarding Practice

    To practice keyboarding skills, students in grades 3-6 can login to typingclub.com using their district Google account.  This free online keyboarding program will teach them how to type and track their progress.  It is recommended that students spend just 10 minutes a day working on keyboarding.  

    Click here for instructions on logging in to typingclub.com using a district Google account.


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    http://tinyurl.com/lfpsummerlibrary

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  • Yancey C. Blalock Lodge Awards Four Bikes to Lake Forest Park Students

    Posted by Frank Kleyn at 6/22/2017

    Seattle’s Yancey C. Blalock Freemason Lodge generously offered their “Bikes for Books” program to Lake Forest Park Elementary to encourage students to read books and lead a healthy, active life. From February to June, K-6 students who met their teacher’s monthly reading goal entered a ticket into the “Bikes for Books” drawing.  On the last day of school, our librarian, Frank Kleyn, along with members of the Yancey C. Blalock lodge drew four names to win bicycles.  Titus R., Grace M., Rebecca R., and Tyler B., were the readers whose names were drawn to win a bike and a gift certificate for a new helmet.  

    All Lake Forest Park students were inspired to read books and participate in the “Bikes for Books” program.  Our staff and students thank the Yancey C. Blalock Freemason Lodge for encouraging our students to read books and ride bikes.  Thank you!

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  • Shells and Jeweler's Loupes!

    Posted by Frank Kleyn at 6/2/2017

    Kindergarteners had a wonderful time exploring and sketching a variety of seashells using jeweler's loupes. Students learned that libraries have books that teach and books that entertain and summer is a great time to go to the public library.  It's also a wonderful time to go to the beach!

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  • Books Purchased At the Book Fair

    Posted by Frank Kleyn at 5/29/2017

    The Lake Forest Park Library purchased the books below at this year's Book Fair.  Thank you to the students, parents, and staff who supported our annual Book Fair.  We will soon announce the amount of money we raised to be used for book purchases over the coming year. Thank you!

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  • Book Fair Photos

    Posted by Frank Kleyn at 5/29/2017

    Lake Forest Park had an amazing Book Fair!  Thank you to all of the students, parents, and staff who purchased books at the Book Fair and helped raise money for our school library to buy more books over the course of the year.  View the photo collages below or click here to enjoy some photos from the festivities!

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