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Teachers Corner

Click on the Class Visit Request Button to formally request a visit to the library. We are happy to do a storytime, book talk, or research presentation for your students, and show them around the department. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Ms. Ariel @

Click on the Assignment Alert Button to alert us of any assignments that we could provide your students with print or non-print resources. We will be happy to reserve fiction and non-fiction books for your projects and activities! If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Ms. Ariel @

Online Resources



Public library consortium with an online catalog and free access to library databases. Need BCCLS library card


Teacher Reference Center

A library database for teachers, providing peer-reviewed journal articles focusing on education trends. Need BCCLS library card


Developed by the Public Library Association, lesson plans and activities geared towards teaching digital literacy skills.


Read Write Think

Free lesson plans and materials for reading and writing enrichment


Khan Academy

Instructional videos and practice exercises covering different subjects including math, chemistry, physics, science, arts, humanities

Get Ready to Read!

A service of the National Center for Learning Disabilities, this initiative is designed to support educators, parents, and young children in the development of early literacy skills before entering kindergarten

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NJPAC, is the anchor cultural institution for the city of Newark and the state of New Jersey.  It is a nonprofit arts organization.  NJPAC Teaching Artist Wincey Terry has provided free readings of children's books called “Books on the Move”. These videos are read by teaching artists and integrate early learning curriculum and interactive activities . We thank NJPAC for allowing us to freely use and promote them to our community.

Updated 4/10/23 by Ms. Ariel
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