I use to be so good about posting photos of all my library displays! My first year working at a school library had me making just the displays for the elementary school. However, when I took over making displays for the elementary, middle, and high school … I didn’t have time to post pictures of them as frequently. >.< I’d stay after work getting them up and then head home to do homework. Long days! 🙂 I loved making all of these displays, so here is a .pdf with photos for all the K-12th grade library displays I made during the 2015-2016 school year. I am frequent Pinterest.com user and I am often inspired by other library displays. I get really into making these and hope you like them! 🙂
I still need to make one of these documents for the 2014-2015 school year, but for now you can see those throughout the blog. 🙂
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I am the Anime and Manga club sponsor for grades 6th-9th. Clubs at the school are a class once a week during block schedule. The clubs are a neat combination of a traditionally student-run club and a middle school/high school class. The students get to learn about Japan’s history and popular culture through the use of anime. I get to create fun and interactive curriculum that can be enjoyed by both middle school and high school students. We watch anime, read Japanese comics (also known as “manga”), play trivia, draw, and create fun anime mementos on craft day.
I am not able to share photos of the students in the club, but here is what I can share from our “learn to draw chibi” day! 🙂 Mr. Stout the technology teacher came and helped teach the club of 23 students how to draw chibi (miniature drawings) versions of themselves. He brought books and used the projector to show the students how to draw chibi anime characters of themselves.