Over 140 Picture Prompts to Inspire Student Writing https://www.nytimes.com/2019/05/23/learning/over-140-picture-prompts-to-inspire-student-writing.html
DC Launches DC Kids Camp with Videos and Activities from Minh Lê, Gene Luen Yang, Shannon Hale, and More
DC Launches DC Kids Camp with Videos and Activities https://www.slj.com/?detailStory=DC-launches-DC-Kids-camp-with-videos-and-activities-from-minh-l%C3%AA-gene-luen-yang-shannon-hale-coronavirus&utm_source=Marketing&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=march26ExtraHelping
Dave the Dog is worried about coronavirus. A book for children about coronavirus that aims to give information without fear. With everything that is going on at the moment; big changes to children’s routines and lots of stories on the news it can be a really scary time for children. This book aims to open upContinue reading “Dave the Dog is worried about coronavirus”
Recently, 1st grade students from H.D. Cooke Elementary School in D.C. wrote letters to the teen authors of Drip, Drip: The Story of the Angry Sherbet, a product of our collaboration with Reach Incorporated. The book is about a frozen dessert that melts when he gets upset. Librarian and media specialist Khulud Khudur sat down with studentsContinue reading “LOCAL ELEMENTARY STUDENTS WRITE TO TEEN AUTHORS OF “DRIP, DRIP””
Reading Partners DC is hosting a Virtual Storytime. This was announced on Twitter:https://twitter.com/RPwashingtondc/status/1242462685960249349Reading Partners DC on Twitter: “We are excited to share that we’re starting #VirtualStoryTime for K-5th-grade students tomorrow, 3/25! This interactive read aloud is open to all students, meaning …We are excited to share that we’re starting #VirtualStoryTime for K-5th-grade students tomorrow, 3/25!Continue reading “Reading Partners DC is hosting a Virtual Storytime. This was announced on Twitter!”
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Open-Access JSTORE Materials Accessible to the Public! http://www.universitytimes.ie/2020/03/jstor-makes-database-accessible-to-the-public/?fbclid=IwAR0FOL9A6HHGGNL-fdBhiiWpOv02VPcyTwmEmCVnoXXZuis9WJ02IUSztRQ
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