LITTLE LEOPARD PRESS
This is a collection of poems celebratingHalloween with fantasticillustrations.
The Secret Olivia Told Me
This story is about how asecret can be exaggerated themore it is told. There is a red balloon that illustrates thesecret growing.
A Biweekly Newsletter
Issue 2 - Oct 4 2011f
These poems would be fun to read with theholidays at the end of the month. Also could have studentschoose a favorite character and write a paragraph why.
This story is good as a teaching point when classesare having trouble with telling secrets. It also can be used todiscuss how illustrations can help give more information.Welcome to Kordek’s Korner ! This is a biweekly newsletter to share what is available within our library and on the internet foryou to use to support your curriculum. The resources will also be posted on my blog,Kordek’s Korner , for future reference.
If you have ever been on onecomputer and you wanted a link onanother computer, then Diigo is foryou!
Diigo is web-based bookmarking tool that can be accessed from any computer or electronicdevice. What this means instead of bookmarking a website into Firefox or Safari,it goes into your online Diigo account and aslong as you have the Internet you have access.You can use Diigo on:
Laptops, iPhones, Androids, iPadsTo save bookmarks to Diigo is as simple asadding Diigolet to your bookmark toolbar.When bookmarking, you can create tags foreach link. Tags are descriptive words todescribe the bookmark (ex. space, dictionary, blog, etc.) You can have as many tags as youwant per bookmark. Tags are also searchablewhich makes looking throughyour bookmarks easierBesides adding tags to your bookmarks, you can also write a descriptionabout it. Iﬁnd this beneﬁcial because, if Ihave not looked at the link for a period of time, the description refreshes my memory.There are premium services but the freeservices are more then adequate, withunlimited bookmarking.Another bonus of diigo is you can make your bookmarks available to other individuals.Click HEREto peruse my diigo bookmarks.There are over 400 bookmarks. I am workingon adding descriptions and better tags.
Once Upon a Banana
This silly book is told through its illustrationsalong with a few street signs. It tells the storyof what goes wrong if you do not throw your banana peel in the garbage.
This is a good story to use forsequencing in a story using the illustrations. Itcould also be used for a creative writing activity.The story could be used to discuss the value of illustrations and imagination.Pair with David Wiesner book (Tuesday or Sector7)