This week we will be exploring how DOTS are a part of our world! From Braille to Morse Code, to Lite-Brite – there are so many ways that we can be creative using dots! Thanks to Peter H. Reynolds – he has written books celebrating creativity and we have enjoyed all of the Creatrilogy! We […]
What do YOU want to create, make, build, design, or invent?!?! This week is the time for you to record your creation on Ms. Nerkizian’s Flipgrid for WOS’ Virtual Maker Faire! There are a few books and also some videos of possible jobs that involve the STEAM way of thinking! STEAM stands for S = […]
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 […]
What a week of showing gratitude towards nature and all it has to offer! Earth Week! Earth Day! And today is National Arbor Day! An arbor is a garden structure on which plants and vines can grow. … In other words, the word arbor means “tree”. For National Arbor Day, Carly’s Kids Corner has so many great […]
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. […]
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Nancy Russell, Piermont’s Children Librarian, recently shared “Press Here” by Herve Tullet with kindergarden, first and second grade classes and… they all loved it! It was amazing to watch the students interact with this book. As readers press the start button, they immediately become engaged in a magical adventure. The dots will truly do amazing things that […]
This young girl Ada Twist is someone that everyone should try to be like. Ada Twist, Scientist, is a little girl who always asks questions . . . this book is a celebration of STEAM, perseverance, passion, along with a boundless imagination and hopelessly curious just like Rosie Revere!