We can do virtually anything together!
Pick-up for literacy materials and math workbook part 2 will be taking place next week (some have the math workbook already but will need books for reading).
ELMS- 1/14-1/15 10:00-12:30 and 2:00-3:30 Use the car loop
Johnson- 1/13-1/15 10:00-1:00 and 2:15-4:00 Use Main Entrance
Looking for some new reading selections for your Fourth Grader? Check out some of these books! Below is a list of book titles and high-interest book series suggested by Media Specialists for our Fourth Graders. Books also make great gift ideas!
The One and Only Ivan: by Katherine Applegate
Alvin Ho series: by Lenore Look
Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing & other “Fudge” books: by Judy Blume
The Lemonade War series: by J. Davies
The BFG: by Roald Dahl
Moxy Maxwell series: by P. Gifford
The Fabled 4th Graders of Aesop
Baseball Card Adventures series: by Dan Gutman
Elementary School: by C. Fleming
Chet Gecko series: by Bruce Hale
My Dog May Be a Genius (poems): by Jack Prelutsky
Bunnicula series: by James Howe
Runny Babbit (poems): by Shel Silverstein
Swindle series: by Gordon Korman
Sisters: by Raina Telgemeier
Dragonbreath series: by U. Vernon
The Story of Diva and Flea: by Mo Willems
Ellray Jakes series: by Sally Warner
Hank Zipzer series: by H. Winkler
Who Was…? biography series: by various authors
What Was…? narrative nonfiction series: by various authors
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Some tips for setting up a remote learning space at home:
1. Make a special school space that's just for learning
2. Make the space fun with posters, drawings or other decorations
3. Make sure the space is comfortable - consider seating, temperature, and lighting
4. Keep the space free from distractions by putting toys away and making sure the noise level is good for learning
5. Keep supplies handy nearby to eliminate the student having to search the house for something they need
Some recommended supplies for learning at home are: pencils, pencil sharpener, pens, paper, 3 notebooks (composition notebooks preferred), a highlighter, Post-its or other sticky notes, and crayons or colored pencils. Much of our work will be done online, but sometimes students will be able to work with paper and pencil. It is also helpful to have a basket, bag or bin near the student's workspace to keep supplies handy.