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Valentine's Day Library Ideas

This is a great idea for Elementary - kids have a chance to write "what we love about the media center"or "books we love" on little hearts and leave them in the basket.  Pick the best ones and share them on the media center door or window for everyone to see.

This secondary idea is from Linda Dextre, Media Coordinator at Wendell Middle School and former JCS media Coordinator (@LiberryLadyDex).  She wraps up some of the media center's best love stories in newspaper with a small love note to pique student interest.  Students are encouraged to go on a Lit Love Blind Date with one of the books!  Great way to get some interest in those books on the shelf that might be overlooked otherwise.  


Do you have a Valentine's Day idea?  Share it in the comments for everyone to see.
Happy February!


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We created a "Show Us What You Love About the Media Center" wall outside the Media Center. It was a campaign the Student Media Aides did during National Library Week. They created the hearts, created the school announcment, distributed the hearts to all the classes, tabulated the results, then displayed them for all to see. They then followed up with "Here's a Thought ... Tell Us How You Would Improve Our Library." The thought bubbles were distributed, data was collected, and the thought bubble were displayed in the same manner. I have pics and annoucements I can share. During both campaigns we collected valuable data about the Media Center.

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Monday, February 1, 2016

Media Tip: Valentine's Day Ideas


Valentine's Day Library Ideas

This is a great idea for Elementary - kids have a chance to write "what we love about the media center"or "books we love" on little hearts and leave them in the basket.  Pick the best ones and share them on the media center door or window for everyone to see.

This secondary idea is from Linda Dextre, Media Coordinator at Wendell Middle School and former JCS media Coordinator (@LiberryLadyDex).  She wraps up some of the media center's best love stories in newspaper with a small love note to pique student interest.  Students are encouraged to go on a Lit Love Blind Date with one of the books!  Great way to get some interest in those books on the shelf that might be overlooked otherwise.  


Do you have a Valentine's Day idea?  Share it in the comments for everyone to see.
Happy February!


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  1. We created a "Show Us What You Love About the Media Center" wall outside the Media Center. It was a campaign the Student Media Aides did during National Library Week. They created the hearts, created the school announcment, distributed the hearts to all the classes, tabulated the results, then displayed them for all to see. They then followed up with "Here's a Thought ... Tell Us How You Would Improve Our Library." The thought bubbles were distributed, data was collected, and the thought bubble were displayed in the same manner. I have pics and annoucements I can share. During both campaigns we collected valuable data about the Media Center.

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