In just a few short weeks, I will be completing a long-awaited goal; my MLS.
What to do now? I’m not sure; but over the next while, I will be reorganizing my social media, research, lessons, images, writing and more out of this blog. We will see what happens next!
1/12: Charles Perrault’s Birthday, 100th Day of School
…that I start developing my “brand”, putting all the things I worked on in my MLS program, and my life in general, in one blog. The toughest thing I’ve found is coming up with a name for the blog that encompasses all that I do. I’m working on that… In the meantime, I’ve streamlined my page titles, removed some of the MLS-required details in my blog Header, and I added a Twitter Widget. More soon.
Also in the meantime: I love this site. Making some of these items is on my To-Do list: Extreme Cards and Papercrafting
For a wonderful, quick read: . Oh, how I appreciate all things–library!
Easy, fun and fast videos!
Promote a bookmark giveaway for the teachers, and offer some ideas/links for parents, such as the http://en.childrenslibrary.org/ or
march of the crows « Cheeky Magpie.
This is a project that could be used with a Fable, or for Fall.
Posted in Art, Folk Tales, Horror, Library Lessons, Myths and Legends, October, September
Tagged Art, bird, crow, Edgar Allan Poe, Fall, Folk Tales, Myths and Legends, October, September