Our great friend Ms. Eyer (Library Media Specialist at TZHS) has found this AMAZING book: Emily’s Idea written by Christine Evans. This book truly reminds us: We Are All in This Together! Please look at the slideshow of how to create as many dolls as we can, just like Emily. Like sidewalk chalk and rainbow […]
We ALL miss our lives at WOS! I miss all of your faces so so much!! Ya know what I really don’t miss – THE COMPUTER SCREEN! It is easy to spend SO much time on the computer doing “online learning”, reading, face-timing with friends, but we all need a break from the screens sometimes. […]
“Every child is an artist. The problem is how to remain an artist once we grow up.” – Pablo Picasso This week you get to pick your journey – taking a closer look at Art: from learning about types of art, to famous artists – or getting a glimpse at The History of Sound or making an […]
Go way back in time to meet your family members from the past? OR Go way forward in time to meet your family members of the future?
Do you enjoy designing inventions? Do you enjoy being creative? Do you enjoy looking back and saying “Wow, look what I did!”? Rosie Revere was the SAME way! Let’s see the invention that you design after you read the book!!
After reading the book titled, Quack, Sean was inspired to write the song below! Have you ever been inspired by a book? Which one? Tell us about it!
Not a numbers person? Perfect! This game doesn’t really involve numbers. In fact, the boxes could just as easily be filled with letters of the alphabet, shapes or even pictures! Numbers are only used because they are well-recognized symbols. Puzzles are a great activity for kids. They exercise the brain, help develop logical reasoning, and […]
Read Across America is celebrated today, March 2! Schools celebrate this holiday to acknowledge Dr. Seuss, a childhood favorite! So instead of reading our familiar favorites that we love – let’s try something different, we are going to celebrate diversity, all of our cultures and lifestyles, in America!! This map was made by @TheBookWrangler – […]