Monday, September 14, 2015

Capstone rewards points giveaway

As a renewing member of AASL, I was given 10,000 Capstone Rewards Points that I would like to pass along to an MISD campus librarian. 

To be entered into the drawing for these points, please leave a comment below letting me know how you would use them. 

Entries must be submitted by 4pm on Tuesday, Sept. 15 to be eligible.



11 comments:

  1. I would love to use the point to add some lower level Spanish titles both fiction and nonfiction.

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  2. Cannaday's students are constantly requesting books about dinosaurs, sharks, and other animals, as well as books on pro sports teams. At present our collection needs updated titles in a variety of reading levels to satisfy our readers. Non-English speaking parents would like to check out books in their home language to read to their children, the library would benefit from a greater amount of fiction titles in other languages.

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  3. I would put them towards the Kylie Jean series, students and teachers are looking for those chapter books that come at a lower level for the students. I have so many students wanting to read a chapter book but struggle at feeling successful.

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  5. I would update my lowest level books that my Kindergarten students check in and out. They are very hard on their books and their books need an update. I try very hard to help them catch the reading bug as early as possible.

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  6. I would use the points to help add more non-fiction titles for my primary grades to read that are of high interest, yet have a more manageable reading level. Many young students show a big interest in non-fiction topics, and I would like to provide them with reading materials that they could read independently.

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  7. My bilingual kids are always looking for the cool new books in Spanish and I don't have nearly enough of the high interest books they want to read. I'd use the points to buy more picture books in Spanish (or at least bilingual) titles. I also used Capstone last year for part of my book order and she got me started on a couple of new series like Katie Woo and Zeke Meeks that my kids ADORE and I need to get more ASAP! Consider me entered!

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  8. I would order their DC superhero series, more Zeke Meeks, Claudia, Monica, Sofia,and Kylie Jean more of the fractured fairy tale series, After Happily ever after, and more of the easy ready super hero books. These are all books that Seabourn students will read from cover to cover and they so need the practice. The super hero books highly motivate them. Capstone stopped carrying books in the Spanish language so I would supplement those from another company and use the points to boost my Capstone order which I already have a cart almost ready to order. Thanks for the offer of the drawing.

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  9. I would love to bump up some of the low level high interest series such as Jake Maddox and Monica. I would also like to order some more low level nonfiction books that are of high interest to the kids.

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  10. I would use the extra points to add more high interest non-fiction books to my satellite carts that are sent to the classrooms each quarter and rotated throughout the year.

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  11. I would love to build my graphic novel collection. I have very few and what I have I can't keep on the shelves! My students request these books and love to read them.

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