There is SO MUCH to learn in school, but nothing can stop us – we can learn ANYWHERE, even at home!
First, do you know how to log in to a computer from home? This is important and Mrs. Nerkizian explains it right at her website: http://blogs.socsd.org/rnerkizian/2020/03/13/lfh-learn-from-home/
Think about how you are feeling . . . check in and tell me — I miss you!
Please check out the Google Form: https://forms.gle/DYLESYgn2gSNPeFU8
50 Ways to Read
Here are 50 different ways to read! So many exciting ways to read – have fun with it!!
Bonus if you send Ms. Zatarga a photo at [email protected]
Page 1 in English, Page 2 in Spanish!
50 Ways to Read
Click the photo to make larger to print and check off as you go!! Bring it back to the Library when we return!!
Do you or your family have a library card, but can’t get to the public library? Here is a simple way to enjoy e-books from home. Download the app, and then you can borrow books on your tablet: https://www.overdrive.com/apps/libby/
Need to find the Just Right Book – be like TJ –
Here is a slideshow of some Resources you can check out from home:
(Teachers & Parents feel free to email me giving me more, or inquiring about the ones that are listed)
Some ideas to MAKE something after reading one of these books or maybe a book of your choice.
To navigate this Padlet, you may have to scroll all the way to the right to see all of the categories / columns.
You may also have to scroll down within each category / column to see what resources there are.
You can visit Go Noodle – to get the body moving and ready to learn – doing this three times a day is a great way to do some work, take a brain break, and get back to focus!
Scholastic – Thematic Lessons
Another fun place to turn to is Scholastic Watch & Learn or Bookflix which you can access through this site:
Read Aloud with ME
You can read with a friend by visiting FlipGrid – don’t write your last name
Write your first name if you choose – use your teacher’s last name as your own
There are so many ways to enjoy this website – you can explore different topics
Take a virtual visit to the Metropolitan Museum of Art – An extensive catalog of content, as well as a tool to partake in a virtual tour of the museum, will give kids a dose of art and culture. Kids can learn about a particular period or collection and explore art via the “Time Machine,” starting as early as 8000-2000 BC to present time with fun facts and videos. https://www.metmuseum.org/art/online-features/metkids/