Welcome to the Chandler Elementary Library Webpage
We miss all of you and hope to see you soon! Please check back at our library site during your remote learning for some fun.
Book Battle Monday: Check the Chandler Library web page for videos for our book battle of the week and vote on your favorite.
Virtual Travel Tuesday: Cannot leave the house? No problem! Travel on a virtual field trip each Tuesday.
Whimsical Wednesday: Join Mrs. Hybner as you listen to a fiction story read aloud.
Informational Thursday: We can still learn from home. Thursdays is the day to enjoy an informational video.
Fun "Breakout" Friday": Come back to the Chandler site for a digital Breakout EDU session that you can participate from the comfort of your own home.
If you have any questions during this time, please email Cassaundra Hybner
or contact me at 361-433-5535.
Book Battle Monday
April 6, 2020
Watch the below videos and vote on your favorite using this link (https://forms.gle/eyjZYLg3V3A8eEsGA
) to vote on your favorite. The favorite book will go on to battle more books.
I hope you were able to listen to last weeks book, The Itchy Book and What Do They Do With All That Poo?. We chose...The Itchy Book as our favorite.
April 1, 2020
Happy April Fools' Day! Unfortunately, my computer is playing jokes on me so I could not get my video to work on today's read aloud. I will continue to work on this issue. I still hope you will listen to the silly story by famous author Dav Pilkey.
Fun Breakout Friday
April 3, 2020
I am so proud of all of you! You have almost made it through the first week of virtual learning. Thank you for being patient with us this week and always. Please know I miss you greatly!
Here is a basketball themed breakout for you to do a home (https://forms.gle/rWCbLCvPDEU7RiuF9
). Have a wonderful weekend.
The Chandler Elementary Library has over 12,000 titles available for our students and staff. You can search the Chandler library collection from any school computer. For more resources, click on the links below.
If you would like to see which titles have Accelerated Reader quizzes available, please visit AR BookFinder. You can use this site to search for information on AR quizzes by author, title, or subject. You can also enter a reading range to find books on certain levels.
We also offer access to the following online websites, encyclopedias and research databases. To gain access to these exciting and educational resources for you and your child to use at home, please email the librarian or ask your child’s homeroom teacher.
is a emergent reader research solution. This database is user friendly for our youngest students, as well as fun and engaging.
|We Give Books
is a great website that has FREE e-books. All you have to do is join (takes 10 seconds) and you can access hundreds of ebooks that are in color and best of all free! Enjoy reading online!
is a research database with access to full text magazine articles from a variety of sources. The most useful sections for elementary provides links to government sites as well as other organizations for kids. This site is divided into grades K-5, 6-8 and teachers. Kids.gov is a wonderful place for students to explore and learn new information.
provides a safe way for students to search on the web. This user friendly database, designed by librarians, has over 6,400 sites.
and BrainPOP Jr.
are fun educational sites that have educational movies, homework help, leveled quizzes, games and activities for kids.
is a research database with access to full text magazine articles from a variety of sources. The most useful sections for elementary students are the Kid Infobits and Infobits Junior links. Students can search safely on these sites and are a wonderful place for students to explore and learn new information.
Please listen to Joan Procter, Dragon Doctor here: https://youtu.be/xRlXsR13uhk
Please listen to Russell Wrestles the Relatives here: https://youtu.be/VjPZWdzQjRU?t=62
Do not forget to vote for your favorite on the Google Form link above.