KEEP READING OVER THE SUMMER!!
Check out the following opportunities to read this summer
The DMS Summer Reading - open on June 28, June 29, and July 12. Students can check out up to three books – see Mrs. Huelle in the library for information!!!
Book Swap – May 14, 15 and 16. Paperback books = 1 ticket or 25 cents Hardback books = 2 tickets or 50 cents. Will also have silent auction for three baskets. Money for that and the quarter tube will go to Heifer International - which is currently tripling donations!! So one quarter would be the same as giving three!!
https://audiobooksync.com/ – FREE AUDIO BOOKS DURING THE SUMMER!! Two new audio books every Thursday.
Don't forget to use the Regional Library this summer - they will be having a lot of activities!!
All books need to be returned by Friday, May 11. If they are not returned or paid for - students will not be able to attend end of year activities.
InformationMonday - Thursday 7:30am - 5:00pmFriday 7:30am - 3:30pm(Until Afterschool Enrichment starts)Check in/out booksTake AR quizzesComputers available to complete assignmentsSearch the library - See if the DMS library has the book you are looking for by clicking on the Catalog tab to enter your search, log in to see your account information, place books on hold or recommend books to friends - this must be done from a district computer. You can search for book from an off campus computer.DMS Series - Series that the DMS Library currently has. Organized alphabetically by series title.
Library Lizards Website - check it out for book trailers, research help, cool websites, DMS series, and more!!
All About Those Books!!
KDL What's Next? - to search for the next book in a series.
Fantastic Fiction - Find out which book is next in the series and other information on all fiction.
arbookfind.com - Find out if there is an Accelerated Reader quiz available for your book.
Share What You're Reading - share what you have read - or read what others have to say about a book
Help with Research
Traveler Databases - Traveler electronic databases sponsored by the Arkansas State Library helps you to find approved, reliable articles for research projects.
Setting Up a Research Account in World Book - this is through the Traveler Databases
Easy Bib - use this to help you cite your sources
Dictionary - use this to look up those words you are not familiar with
Plagiarism Explained - Common Craft presentation explaining plagiarism
What is Plagiarism? - you can listen to this in English and in Spanish.
Newsela - is an Instructional Content Platform that supercharges reading engagement and learning in every subject.
ThinkCerca - offers CCSS-aligned lessons that promote close reading and argumentative writing for Language Arts, Social Studies and Science classes