Ice Cream

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Subject Heading – Ice Cream, Ice Cream Cones, Ice Cream Industry, Ice Cream Parlours
Call # – 641.8

Activities
Ben and Jerry Ice Cream
http://www.benjerry.com
Check out the Fun page for games or Flavors page to watch the Cow to Cone video

Books about Ice Cream
E PIN Ice-cream Larry / by Daniel Pinkwater ; illustrated by Jill Pinkwater.
E REY Curious George goes to an ice cream shop / edited by Margret Rey
E SAN Isaac the Ice Cream Truck / by Scott Santoro.
E SIS Ice Cream Summer by Peter Sis
ER MCM Pearl and Wagner : three secrets / by Kate McMullan ; pictures by R. W. Alley.
641.5 GRE Ice-Cream Cones For Sale! / by Elaine Greenstein
641.8 COO Ice cream / Elisha Cooper.
641.8 KNI From cow to ice cream : a photo essay / by Bertram T. Knight
641.8 GIB Ice cream : the full scoop / by Gail Gibbons.
641.8 OLD Ice cream / Jules Older ; illustrated by Lyn Severance.

Websites about Ice Cream
Ice Cream theme page at Enchanted Learning.com
http://www.enchantedlearning.com/themes/icecream.shtml

Inventions: Ice Cream and Ice Cream Cones | eThemes
https://ethemes.missouri.edu/themes/44?locale=en
List of websites with information, activites and more

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Camping

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Activities
Camping Coloring Page
http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Camping-Coloring-Page-FREEBIE-673309

S’more Sequencing
http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Freebie-Sample-Reading-Response-Sheets-245707
Free Printable p. 5 (Need to register)

Camping in the Library

Books
E BRO Arthur goes to camp by Marc Tolon Brown
E WAT Scaredy Squirrel goes camping Melanie Watt
E WIL Three days on a river in a red canoe by Vera B. Williams
ER HOW Pinky and Rex and the double-dad weekend
ER KOO Chicago and the cat: the camping trip by Robin Michal Koontz
ER NOL On the road by Lucy A. Nolan
ER PAR Amelia Bedelia goes camping by Peggy Parish
ER RYL Henry and Mudge and the starry night

F  MCD   Judy Moody and the Bucket List
796.54 JAM S is for S’more: A camping Alphabet by Helen Foster James
796.54 ARM Camping by David Armentrout
811 GEO Toasting Marshmallows: Camping Poems by Kristine O’Connell George
Scare a Bear/ Wargin (ebook from Washington-Centerville Library)
Camping Spree with Mr. Mage (Tumblebooks from Franklin-Springboro Library, ebook from Washington-Centerville Library)

Video
Hello Muddah Hello Faddah (original song by Allan Sherman)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e3_xiUYMnXA

Hello Mother, Hello Father (commercial)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2xmlLYkQARY

Websites
room 4 imagination: End of the year camping
http://room4imagination.blogspot.com/2013/06/end-of-year-camping.html
Ideas for a camping theme week program

Not the Piano, Mrs. Medley!

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by Evan Levine

Recommended in Jim Trelease’s Read Aloud Handbook and HAISLN 1995

Video
Not the Piano, Mrs. Medley! – Reading GA Mom
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KkNXtg1h9NQ

Websites
Beach Party Storytime Ideas
https://www.bayviews.org/storytime/stbeach/

Every Day a Holiday – National Week of the Ocean

Ocean Theme Program
http://abilenetx.gov/home/showdocument?id=4970
Includes Books, Crafts, Songs, etc.

Judy Moody and the Bucket List

For our last week of library for the school year, we read the first chapter of “Judy Moody and the Bucket List”

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Before starting, we talked about what a bucket list was and what the expression “kick-the-bucket” specifically meant.   Since we weren’t checking out books, the students got to check off one of the items from Judy Moody’s Bucket List – Go Camping.

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Additional Activities

Featured Books – Camping (Read them in the tent)

Printable –  Summer Bucket List

Computer Activities:

Book Online -Camping Spree with Mr. Mage (Tumblebooks)

Video- Hello Muddah Hello Faddah (camping song)

 

Ice-Cream Cones for Sale! – Book and Activity

With the school year coming to an end, students no longer can check out books which means I have the entire 40 minutes for my library program.  As a result, not only can we read a great book, but we have time for extension activities.  Summer brings warmer weather, which of course means the perfect time for ice cream.  This week’s book is Ice-Cream Cones for Sale! by Elaine Greensteina book about the invention of the ice cream cone.  Several people claimed they invented it, but by using primary sources, the author proves who the real inventor was.

After reading the story, we made a pop-up book about the history of ice cream, using a worksheet from Mailbox Magazine.

Squares showing bowls of ice cream with dates and information are colored and then glued on a strip of paper like a timeline and then folded forward and back to make an accordion style book.

For additional activities and information, check out  my resource page – Ice Cream Cones for Sale