March 16-20 Library Flexible Learning Post #1 for K-5

All Grade Levels: Be a Librarian!

  1. Select a book of your choice

  2. Read to parent, sibling, friend, stuffed animal, or pet 

 

The written activities below can be completed on paper or Google Drive.

It's your choice!

If you would like to use online resources for fiction and nonfiction books and videos, please see the websites listed at the bottom.

Kindergarten: 

  1. Read a nonfiction text of student choice: book, children’s magazines, PebbleGo, etc.

  2. Draw a picture about the most interesting thing you learned about in your reading

  3. Share what you learned with someone or something (parent, sibling, friend, stuffed animal, or pet) 

 

First Grade: 

  1. Read a nonfiction text of student choice: book, children’s magazines, PebbleGo, etc.

  2. Draw a picture about the most interesting thing you learned about in your reading

  3. Write one fact that you learned from your reading

  4. Share what you learned with someone or something (parent, sibling, friend, stuffed animal, or pet) 

 

Second Grade:

  1. Read a nonfiction text of student choice: book, children’s magazines, PebbleGo, etc.

  2. Draw a picture about the most interesting thing you learned about in your reading

  3. Write two facts that you learned from your reading

  4. Share what you learned with someone or something (parent, sibling, friend, stuffed animal, or pet) 

 

Third Grade:

  1. Read a nonfiction text of student choice: book, children’s magazines, PebbleGo, etc.

  2. Draw a picture about the most interesting thing you learned about in your reading

  3. Write three facts that you learned from your reading

  4. Share what you learned with someone or something (parent, sibling, friend, stuffed animal, or pet) 

 

Fourth Grade:

  1. Read a nonfiction text of student choice: book, children’s magazines, PebbleGo, etc.

  2. Take three facts that you learned about the topic and write a What Am I? Riddle. 

 For example, I am an amphibian that can grow up to 15 inches long, I am found in the eastern United States and southern Canada, I can’t see very well. What Am I?

  1.  Ask someone your questions and see if they can figure out the answer. If needed, you could provide more clues.

  2. By the way... the answer to the riddle is….Mudpuppy!


Fifth Grade: 

  1. Read a nonfiction text of student choice: book, children’s magazine, PebbleGo, etc.

  2. Take four facts that you learned about the topic and write a What Am I? Riddle. 

 For example, I am an amphibian that can grow up to 15 inches long, I am found in the eastern United States and southern Canada, I can’t see very well, and I lay up to 100 eggs at a time. What Am I?

  1. Ask someone your questions and see if they can figure out the answer. If needed, you could provide more clues.

  2. By the way... the answer to the riddle is….Mudpuppy!

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Online Resources for fiction and nonfiction books, videos, nonfiction information and more for grades K-5: Through Power Kids Pennsylvania's Electronic Library

1. Book Flix: subscription for K-3 students. Young readers can explore these themes: Animals and Nature, Earth and Sky, Family and Community, People and Places, Music and Rhyme, ABC’s and 1, 2, 3’s, Adventure, Imagination, and Celebrations. Each topic includes several pairs of books: one classic fictional video storybook and one nonfictional eBook. Children learn the difference between fact and fiction. This site includes: books, videos, puzzles, website suggestions, and meet the author.

Go to POWERLibrary

Click on Book Flix.

Submit your public library card information requested.

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2. True Flix: subscription database for students in grades 3-6. SCIENCE and NATURE and PEOPLE, PLACES, and HISTORY. 

Go to POWERLibrary 

Click on True Flix.

Submit your public library card information requested.

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3. Kids InfoBits: a subscription database to - “Find information on topics such as animals, arts, geography, health, literature, people, social studies, and technology”

Go to POWERLibrary 

Click on Kids InfoBits.

Submit your public library card information requested.

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1. Free from Scholastic for 20 days from about March 13.

https://classroommagazines.scholastic.com/support/learnathome.html

Choose a grade level. 

username: Learning20

password: Clifford

 

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