Category Archives: Charles Reed Bishop Learning Center
New library books have arrived! Come and visit us at the Hale Waihona Puke to browse and borrow some of the newest books that made it to the “New Books” bookshelf! Mai Poina, 1 book per student please! Mahalo Nui.
Papa ‘Elima – 5A used QR Codes to learn about the various collections that are in the learning center. Their task was to scan each code that gave a hint about a particular collection in the library. With the ho’ohani … Continue reading
One of our goals for our haumāna (student) is for them to become independent users of the library. In doing so, our students need to know how to navigate through the library catalog, how to conduct a simple search, how … Continue reading
How are these “Easy” Fiction books organized on the bookshelf in our Learning Center? Ask one of our “Little Book Author’s” in Papa Mala’o (Kindergarten). We learned that these books are organized in ABC Order by the author’s first three … Continue reading
How well do you know your way around the library? Papa ‘Elima used their iPods to scan some QR Codes and gathered clues and information about the various collections in the CRBLC. The clues went something like this – “In … Continue reading
Come and visit the Learning Center and check out the “New Books” that just arrived! We have some chapter books, easy fiction, picture books, and many more. I know you will find one that is just right for you.
Our Papa Mala’o is learning to ‘auamo ke kuleana (carry the responsibility) of being a responsible patron of the hale waihona puke (library). In doing so, they have practiced and displayed their kuleana of taking care of library books. “Snaps … Continue reading
What are these students doing? Browsing or Borrowing a Book? Complete the photo puzzle to find out the answer.