Technology Project Grant

NWKLS received an LSTA Grant from the State Library of Kansas, and we are making $15000.00 of those funds available to Member libraries (all member libraries are eligible) for Technology Project Grants.  Each grant is limited to a maximum of $1500.00 each, and preference is given to projects that will create or support partnerships.  Applications are due on December 30, 2014, and funds will be awarded on February 1, 2015.  We look forward to reading your applications!

Technology Project Grant (PDF)

Technology Project Grant (Word)

6 by 6 Medium Kits Available Through ILL from NWKLS

    Picture6  My New Shoes / Healthy Me, Healthy You On the Farm / Once Upon a Time /

Bedtime /  Little Monsters: Don’t Fear Monsters / 5 Senses / All About Me / Mutt-i-grees 

 Groovy Buttons / Can You Dance? / Babies, Babies, Babies / Oceans / Zoo Animals / Summer Fun 

                     Day and Night Growing Things /  Transportation /  Hello School  / Home & Family/  Fall Harvest

                                            Seasons and Weather / Gingerbread Friends /  Winter Time

Zinio Digital Magazines

Northwest Kansas Library System would like to welcome you to the Zinio Digital Magazine Collection.

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Please contact your local library for info to access.

Almena City Library, Bird City Public Library, Goodland Public Library

Gove City Library, Grainfield City Library, Jay Johnson Public Library, Jennings City Library

Lenora Public Library, Norcatur Public Library, Norton Public Library, Oakley Public Library

Oberlin City Library, Pioneer Memorial Library, Selden Public Library,

Sharon Springs Public LibrarySheridan County Library, St. Francis Public Library,

Wakeeney Public Library.

 

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Talk to your local library to get info on how to sign up at the following Libraries

Almena City Library, Atwood Public Library, Bird City Public Library, Goodland Public Library

Gove City Library, Grainfield City Library, Jay Johnson Public Library, Jennings City Library

Lenora Public Library, Norcatur Public Library, Norton Public Library, Oakley Public Library

Oberlin City Library, Pioneer Memorial Library, Selden Public Library,

Sharon Springs Public LibrarySheridan County Library, St. Francis Public Library,

Wakeeney Public Library.

6 by 6 Activity Kits

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All Large 6 by 6 Kits contain at least one activity from the 6 key skill areas of early literacy. Print Motivation: Have Fun with BooksPrint Awareness: Notice Print All Around You, Vocabulary: Talk, Talk, Talk to your children even when they don’t understand what you’re saying, Narrative Skills: Tell Stories About EverythingLetter Knowledge: Look for Letters Everywhere and Phonological Awareness: Take Time to Rhyme, sing and play word games.

Large Kits Available Now for Checkout:

Alphabet Under Construction / Click, Clack, Moo: Cows That Type / Put It On The List / Little Cloud

       The Very Hungry Caterpillar / Chicka Chicka Boom Boom / Seven Blind Mice / Tip Tip Dig Dig 

                                                            Blue Sea / Mushroom in the Rain Snowballs                                

Medium Sized Kits Available for Checkout:

5 Senses / All About Me / Little Monsters:Don’t Fear Monsters / Groovy Buttons / On the Farm

           Can You Dance? / Babies, Babies, Babies / Bedtime / My New Shoes

                    Once Upon a Time / Healthy Me, Healthy You / Mutt-i-grees / Ocean

                           Zoo Animals/ Growing Things/ Day and Night/ Summer Fun / Transportation 

                                Hello School / Home & Family / Fall Harvest / Seasons and Weather 

                                                      Gingerbread Friends / Winter Time

                                      

6 by 6: Ready To Read

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Art Work     Skill Cards     Recipe Cards     Lists and Activities      Promotion and Outreach    Interactive Spaces
What is 6 by 6: Ready to Read? This program emphasizes the six skills that parents and caregivers can help children develop before they learn to read, at about the age of 6. The 6 by 6 program was created by the Johnson County Library  based on the PLA programEvery Child Ready to Read and has now been adopted by the State Library of Kansas for promotion statewide. 
Made possible by the State Library of Kansas through a grant from the U.S. Institute of Museum and Library Services.