Teacher Resources

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The Menasha Public Library proudly presents a blog for teachers! Whether you're teaching in a school or at home we have great resources for you. We'll be posting services we offer to parents and teacher and also highlighting new items found at the library. You can always check out our sidepanel to your left for more information about the library. Thanks for visiting our blog, we hope to see you soon!

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Sites and Soundbytes offers websites, links, applications and information about technology and how we can connect. One of their February posts directed followers to a fantastic website called Free Technology for Teachers.  Sites and Soundbytes highlighted the great find of free graphics for your website. Stop by to see the links, but stay around and browse!

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At the suggestion of PTO parents and teachers, in 2008, the Children's Dept staff developed 24 kits called Author Adventures focusing on children's book authors and illustrators...and they are ready for you to check out! Each kit contains 8-10 titles by the author, biographical info, websites and, in some kits, activities to go with some of the titles. Selected kits also include video biographies, stories on video and audio cassette stories.

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One of the Childrens_Room twitter friends, cwkids, passed along a great webpage from their twitter friend web20classroom. The webpage is 85+ Resources: Educator Guide for Integrating Social Media.  The webpage gives articles, videos and links about the importance of social media along with social media tools and resources.

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Our Parent/Teacher section in the Children's Room is constantly changing. Here is a highlight of a few books we added this November...

At Daddy's on Saturdays written Linda Walvoord Girard and illustrated by Judith Friedman

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