Summer Time = Fun Reading and Computer Time!

The Symbaloo pages for St. Egbert students will be active over the summer. Students can work on their Typing Club skills, continue reading and math activities on Moby Max, and also check out the fun interactive games on the other sites.  Also, check out all these interactive sites for students! Go to Interactive sites for Education.

Looking for good books? ReadKiddoRead is James Patterson’s site for book lists for kids! This is a great starting place to go when looking for books!

Looking for computer activities?  Check out Safety Land , a safe place on the internet that will help students understand how to be safe on the internet.  Captain Broadband helps to rid the bad guys!

Looking for poetry? Check out Jack Prelutsy’s site.

We are Blessed to have a Published Author at St. Egbert Catholic School!

We are truly blessed to have Mrs. Becky Bolduc, our wonderful art teacher, here at our school. She has published her first book Song Mages of Gaia*, complete with her own art work for the cover! The book is ready for check out–and I already have a list of students who cannot wait to read all about her characters who live in the land of Gaia. As the back cover of the book says, “In this inspirational fantasy novel, a young woman must rise above her challenges and accept her destiny to rescue her beloved land from evil creatures.” Are you ready to enter the land of Gaia? Come check it out!

*available on Amazon

Looking for a book? Just follow the dots…


library dotsGreen: Big Books located in Beginning Fiction.

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 .

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