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 can be completed on paper or Google Drive. It's your choice!

 

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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