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    Library Media Specialist/AE Teacher: Ms. Story 
    * Search our catalog: Walter Miller's DESTINY FOLLETT OPAC! Be sure to click on our school name before beginning your search.
    * EPIC! School - Ask Ms. Story for our class code.  Epic! is only free during the school day.
    * Summer reading is here through Sora!  Just use your Neshaminy ID and password to access our eBook collection.

    Makerspaces at Walter Miller's Library 
    Maker Bracelet

    Making is a hands-on way of learning and innovating, and makerspaces are places where students can explore their abilities to design and implement plans, imagine new creations, and stretch their thinking using our “maker” philosophy: Dream, Question, Invent, Design, Make, and Learn!

    Our library makerspace is growing, and students last year tried making challenges involving binary computer language coding, Squishy CircuitsTM, index card tower building, puppet and origami making, and creating story settings out of SkoolzyTM connecting toys.

    Squishy Circuits     Straw Connectors
    Card Towers

    Has your child participated in a Makerspace?

    Rotation Schedule
    Wondering when your child visits the library? Worried library materials may be late? Find their visitation day below!
     Day 1  Day 2  Day 3  Day 4
     Day 5
    K- Arnold
    1st - Price
    2nd - Stanley
    3rd - Moser
    4th - Callahan 
    K - Frisch
    1st - Gruener
    2nd - McLaughlin
    K - Loftus
    1st - Darnley
    2nd - Breslin
    3rd - Alford 
    4th - Kiser
    K - Ramella
    1st - Bettelli
    2nd - Hyjurick
    3rd - Larkin 
    4th - DeMeglio 
    K - Bedesem
    1st - Finley
    2nd - Unangst
    3rd - Randle
    4th - Rydzewski

    Try the World Book Encyclopedia Online!
    World Book Student - for grade 4
    World Book Kids - for grades K-3
    Please see Ms. Story for the username and password to log in to World Book from home.

    Citations Resources
    Make sure your project gives credit to authors and creators of sources you used!  See resources below.

    Please also visit our district Recommended Reading Lists page to view books that have been selected for students by grade level to be enjoyed throughout the year. 
    Thank you for visiting!