Look what we are doing in Ms. Stacy’s class! Learning the sounds and letters of the alphabet and reading stories on the computer! Does it look like we are playing games? Playing games with the letters and the words makes learning fun. We can also access the Symbaloo website at home if we want to continue practicing our letters, sounds, and words!
Please use the links below to help prepare the children for
October 7th, 2016, Feast of Our Lady of the Most Holy Rosary:
The flipbooks below contain many resources for parents and teachers to share with our children.
This is the first day the students came to the library to check out books. While others were still looking for just the right book, these students were already immersed in the new stories. Students in grades 3 – 5 will be recording their new adventures in their Reading Passports. As Dr. Seuss says, “Today is your day! You’re mountain is waiting so…get on your way!”
View the slideshow below to help you understand the different genres.
Purple: Juvenile books located in the Nonfiction section are appropriate for K-3.
Red: Caldecott books* have won an award for the illustrations.
Blue: Newbery books* have won an award for the content or story.
Orange: Classics are books that have stood the test of time and are reading favorites.
Yellow: Series books indicate a set of books published in a certain order.
*Looking for suggested books to read? Go to: Award Winning Book Suggestions .