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This book connects to the new AASL standards and provides simple directions for using a variety of books to create makerspace activities that deepen the reading experience.
Books and makerspace activities help children to associate reading with hands-on learning. For educators looking for additional ways to engage youngsters in reading and makerspace activities, this book provides the perfect hands-on connection.
Providing a connection to the new AASL standards and simple directions for using a variety of books to create makerspace activities, this book can help elementary teachers and librarians to enhance and deepen the reading experience. Featured books represent a variety of genres for kindergarten through sixth-grade students and highlights very current titles as well as classics.
The book is based on actual experiences with students and staff who have enjoyed and benefited from these activities in their elementary school library. The author's forty years of educational experience ensure the reliability and practicality of this resource that readers can trust and use every day.
- Helps readers to see how a variety of genres can be connected to makerspaces
- Shows readers how makerspaces can be created economically
- Draws connections from AASL standards to makerspaces