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Contact: Chris Powell - Media Specialist  334-284-8020  Email

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A book is a dream you hold in your hand. âNeil Gaiman #quote #books
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  •  Book AdventureBook Adventure

Book Adventure is a fun, free way to motivate your child to read! Kids in grades K-8 can search for books, read them offline, come back to quiz on what they’ve read, and earn prizes for their reading success. Start your reading adventure below! Watch a video or explore the site

**To explore the website, simply click on the link for: "Watch a video" or "explore the site" above. **

Visit the website at: http:// www.bookadventure.com




Reading Websites for Students K-5

Starfall   http://www.starfall.com _ Teaches children to read with phonics.

Fun Brain  --  http://www.funbrain.com _ Free educational games, online books, and
 comics.


PBS Kids  --  http://pbskids.org/lions - Fun activities and games parents can do with their kids to help them learn to read.Also included, a list of recommended books and tips to get your kids wild about reading.

National Geographic Explorer for Kids --  http://kids.nationalgeographic.com/kids/ - An online version of the award winning magazine.

Jumpstart World of Learning -- http://www.jumpstart.com/ Educational software that transforms math, reading and critical thinking lessons into adventure.

Discovery Education  -- http://streaming.discoveryeducation.com/​ - Free student resources that bring learning to life both inside and outside the classroom. (Interactive games, videos, contests, virtual labs and activities.

Harcourt Brace Selling  --  Grade level Spelling Practice and Word Work



Primary Games  -This website has one of the biggest collections of Reading Games for all ages and levels.  Word Hunt, Word Tetris Game, and many more .

Clifford, The Big Red Dog:  --  http;//teacher.scholastic.com/clifford1/  -  Interactive Storybooks! Phonics, fun, games and stories for early readers.



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About Our Media Center

"Once you learn to read, you will be forever free."

 --Frederick Douglass


The Crump Elementary Media Center is a cozy and comfortable place where students can explore the wonders of reading! 

We operate on an Open/Flex schedule. Classes visit the media center once a week on a scheduled basis to check out books. Individual students make additional visits to the media center during flex time. Books may be checked out for one week and renewed as needed.

*The student is responsible for returning the book(s) they have checked out.

*If the book is not returned within one week, an overdue notice will be issued to the student from the media specialist.

*The student will not be allowed to borrow any more books until the overdue book is returned.

* Lost books should be paid for (replacement fee) or replaced with a new copy of the book.

Checkout Policy

K-1st grade: one book

2nd grade: two books

3rd - 5th: three books

Lost or Damaged Books:

Every effort will be made to provide access to resources in the media center. Students are taught to be responsible and will be held accountable for lost and/or damaged books. Books that are lost or damaged are subject to a replacement fee. Failure to locate the books will result in charges for the replacement cost of the lost book(s).

Media Center Hours

The Media Center is open from 8:30 - 2:30 Monday - Friday. 

Vision

The Crump Media Center serves as an integral part of the school educational program. Media Services supports and enriches the curriculum, promotes a love of reading and encourages life-long learning. Flexible scheduling allows students and staff the best possible access to the facility, its staff, and its resources.

Mission

Crump Elementary Media Center will ensure that all students and staff are effective users of information by providing flexible access to library resources and creating a curriculum that is relevant to classroom instruction and aligned with state standards.

Goals

Crump Elementary Media Center will:

  • Provide an environment that supports the curriculum and stimulates learning.
  • Provide flexible scheduling that best meets student and staff needs.
  • Provide an up-to-date collection and technologies that support the curriculum and student and staff needs and interests.
  • Provide multiple opportunities for collaboration with staff to integrate information literacy skills with the curriculum.
  • Provide on-going exposure to literature in a variety of formats that stimulate reading enrichment.


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