We have a section inside our nonfiction tagged “I Spy”. This is one of those spots in the library, our students gravitate to. They love the I Spy books just. Actually, our secondary students use to decrease to look at the I Spy books from the elementary library so we have even added some with their collection too. Everyone loves to take a look at the amazing photos filled with hidden treasures and reading the playful words that go with these to create the fun stories.
Jean Marzollo is the writer of the I Spy series and many other books for children. After several students asked me if we’re able to Skype with her I reached away and asked her to go to our library virtually. We are so honored to have Jean visit Van Meter. In Oct with this 4th graders She is going to visit. In the library yesterday I told the 4th graders and they were so excited.
I then share the letter that was sent about Jean’s Skype visit to your library. She needed us to do a few things before she connected with most of us. We made a decision together that people would create an eBook called I Spy Van Meter School. All the learning students could have their very own illustration and riddle on a page.
We wrote a letter with their parents reminding them to bring materials to college next Tuesday and Thursday. I urged these make their photograph illustrations special and personal to them. We brainstormed all types of items they could bring to create their scene for the illustrations. It’ll be fun to see what they bring really.
They will use their iPad to take photographs of the I Spy picture they create. Only 1 picture will be needed, to allow them to modify them and choose which would be best for our collaborative I Spy eBook. We are placing our eBook together using FlipSnack after college next Thursday and Friday. The 4th graders can come and help us put our book together.
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After setting up the visit I was walking down the hallway at Van Meter and exceeded by this AWESOME new display created by Janelle Thompson, one of our instructional strategists in the primary, and her mother. I was pleased to see that it fit exactly what we were doing in the collection and with Jean’s visit. There’s also many resources online that I have put onto the 4th graders Symbaloo about Jean and the I Spy series.
I really loved overlooking the page of Jean’s Books For Children To Explore. And check out this page filled up with I links to resources and activities Spy. Also, Scholastic has a wonderful I Spy website our kids love! I especially like the I Spy The Library online game from the website. It really is so fun to find things concealed in the library pictures.
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