We receive great Publishing Ideas from PK-12 educators across the country.
Check some of them out below...and visit our Publishing Gallery and Contests
pages for even more!
Service Learning Projects
English Language Learners
Special Education & Gifted Programs
Young Author Celebrations
Summer & Afterschool Writing Clubs
21st. CCLC Projects
Yearbooks & Memory Books
STEM to STEAM Projects
Teacher-Created Classroom Resource Books
Check out this link sent to us by Nancy Shaw in NYC. You will see the LINTOR books
her second grade students have produced that integrate information literacy and
technology operations with science and non-fiction through Project-Based Learning:
When the school website opens, CLICK on STUDENT PAGES
Publishing books with LINTOR Make-A-Book is a wonderful way for your students
to participate in Service Learning and Community Service Projects.
Check out this unique LINTOR Make-A-Book publishing opportunity:
The K.I.S.S. (Kids interacting with Seniors Successfully) Project
at Tchefuncte Middle School in Mandeville, LA
Contact Heidi Rhea, Program Coordinator for details
And after hearing about the K.I.S.S. project, April Alexander had her
Youngstown Afterschool Super STARS participate in a "Senior Buddy"
publishing project as well. Click on the links below for the newspaper
article (link 1) and TV news report (link 2) about her project:
In the Spirit of Giving, students have used our LINTOR Make-A-Book
classroom publishing materials to create and donate books to:
hospitals, nursing homes, day care centers, preschools, rural missions,
homeless shelters, emergency foster care programs, Head Start programs,
senior centers, libraries/media centers, elementary schools, museums,
special education centers, neighborhood community centers, doctors' offices,
and our USA troops serving both at home and abroad.
Also, visit http://www.mobypincher.com/ to see how Dee Scallan
creates student-authored books through her classroom publishing workshops.
Her students' books are bound with LINTOR Make-A-Book for their school libraries
and copies are now also be housed in the Louisiana State Library in Baton Rouge.
Click here to see a clip from a Spanish News station interview
in a Florida middle school class for English Language Learners.
The students documented their families' immigration stories
through Graphic Novels they created in Comic Life
and bound with LINTOR Make-A-Book.
TEACHERS: Publish your PowerPoints with LINTOR Make-A-Book.
Simply print the full-page PowerPoint slides double-sided to create
content- and grade-appropriate reference books for your classroom library
And consider these technology products that teachers tell us they use to create
beautiful books ready for binding with LINTOR Make-A-Book: