Library Update (8/31/2020):
If you have library books to return to school, you will be able to do so when you come to school for assessments and supply pick up! Look for our related arts team in the front of the school! I am looking forward to seeing you all, whether it is in person or on Zoom! If there is a problem with this, please email me at: firstname.lastname@example.org
In the meantime, enjoy reading! I miss you all!!! And THANK YOU!!!
Welcome to Evening Street's Library! New things are added frequently!
Welcome to Remote Learning with Evening Street Library and Ms. Strock! I will post links and directions for how to access different library activities and books on my Seesaw page. My Seesaw page can be accessed from your child's homeroom teacher's page. All children can use our HelloID to access programs with which they are familiar. The link is here: HelloID
From the kiosk children can use Book Flix and ABCya without logging on. They can log onto Learning.com, Wixie, and the Worthington Public Library (they can use a library pass or a library card to access all programs available through the Worthington Public Library including Digital Downloads for Kids!). Library Passes have been introduced to grades 3-5 and will be introduced to 2nd grade this rotation (3/11/2020 to 3/16/2020). See video below for how to access Digital Downloads for Kids (part 2 will be posted asap).
All Grades: Share a book review or a picture of your tallest tower on FlipGrid!
Library Pass - What is it? (grades 2-5)
All grades: On Learning.com they may log in using their username (2 initials and 4 numbers) and complete the modules in order from top to bottom. If your child does not know their username, they cannot sign on. Learning.com Steps to Log In
All grades: Enjoy BookFlix and ABCya! No log on necessary!
All grades: Hour of Code (CODE button on kiosk) or just search Hour of Code. Also, you might consider Scratch or Scratch Jr. You would need to set up an account for your child - we do not set up these accounts at school. Link to Hour of Code directly.
All Students: Free nonfiction books from Follett (Lightbox). These books are interactive and include videos and links to interesting activities and info!
K-1-2: Log in cards with students' username and password were sent home with students. Please use the log in through our kiosk to access programs (Learning.com, Wixie). Wixie Steps to Log In.
2-3: Dance Mat Typing (fun typing practice with the Crazy Old Goat!). No log in needed.
3-4-5: Students should know their username (2 initials and 4 numbers) and password. If their email is needed they add @wscloud.org to their username. All students should know their log in information. Don't forget that you can use Google Drawings and Google Slides to be creative!
If you have questions, please feel free to email me at: email@example.com
I know you all love Scaredy Squirrel by Melanie Watts. I think he Scaredy Squirrel was in my backyard! It really looks like him, I think! Do you? Email me your thoughts! (firstname.lastname@example.org)
It's the same squirrel! On the left, he could hardly keep his eyes open!
by Ms. Strock! (read with permission from the author or the publisher)
Paperboy by Dav Pilkey (shared with permission from Scholastic) - you may have to download this.
A Greyhound, A Groundhog by Emily Jenkins. Illustrated by Chris Appelhans (shared with permission from Random House)
I Am Peace, A Book of Mindfulness by Susan Verde. Art by Peter H. Reynolds (shared with permission from Abrams Children's Books)
The Proudest Blue by Ibtihaj Muhammad, with S.K. Ali. Art by Hatem Aly. (shared with permission from Little, Brown and Company). More about Ibtihaj Muhammad. A Note from the Author (at the end of the book). I do get cut off at the end, but the whole book is there and I've given you links to the note at the end and to her picture.
Some questions to think about or talk with your family about: Why did the boys laugh at Asiya? How would you have felt? Think about the wise words from Asiya's Mama. What did Mama mean when she said: Don't carry around hurtful words that others say. Drop them. They are not yours to keep. They only belong to those who said them. What can you do to be accepting of those who are different than you? How are you like Asiya? How are you like Faizah?
Remember, we have more in common with others than we have differences! Learn from others! Spread your kindness!
Ricky, the Rock that Couldn't Roll by Jay Miletsky. Read by Mrs. Payne!
Francine Poulet Meets the Ghost Racoon, Chapters 1 and 2 by Kate DiCamillo (Shared with permission from Candlewick Press)
The Cool Bean by Jory John, illustrated by Pete Oswald. After listening to this story, see how you can be kind and help others! What a great message this book has!
Dragons Love Tacos by Adam Rubin, illustrated by Daniel Salmieri
Books read aloud by others:
The Brilliant Deep by Kate Messner (read by the author)
Over and Under the Rainforest by Kate Messner (read by the author). Illustrated by Christopher Silas Neal
Up in the Garden and Down in the Dirt by Kate Messner (read by the author). Illustrated by Christopher Silas Neal
The Thing Lou Couldn't Do by Ashley Spires (read by the author)
The Most Magnificent Thing by Ashley Spires (read by the author)
Rechenka's Eggs by Patricia Polacco (read by the author)
Quackenstein Hatches a Family by Bardhan-Quallen. Illustrated by Brian T. Jones (read by Kristen Bell)
The Case of the Missing Cake by Robin Newman and illustrated by Deborah Zemke (read by Wanda Sykes)
Pig the Tourist by Aaron Blabey (read by John Schu)
If You Give a Mouse a Cookie by Laura Numeroff (read by the author) - be sure to watch for her mistakes!
Raising a Hero by Laura Numeroff (read by the author) - shared for National Puppy Day (3/23/2020) - This book is also Laura's newest book!
I Survived the Sinking of the Titanic, 1912, Ch. 1 and 2 by Lauren Tarshis (read aloud by the author)
Chapters 15 and 16 (the end)
I Survivied the Destruction of Pompeii, Chapters 1 and 2 by Lauren Tarshis (read by the author)
Creepy Carrots by Aaron Reynolds, illustrated by Peter Brown (read by the author). Lots of fun and I know it's one of your favorites!
Creepy Pair of Underwear by Aaron Reynolds, illustrated by Peter Brown (read by the author)
Berlioz the Bear - the story behind the book by Jan Brett
Just Like Rube Goldberg by Sarah Aronson ( A fun book! Learn more about Rube Goldberg!)
Snappsy the Alligator by Julie Falatko, ilustrated by Time Miller (read by David Harbour)
A Bad Case of Stripes by David Shannon (read by Sean Astin)
P is for Poppadoms: An Indian Alphabet Book by Kabir Sehgal and Surishtha Sehgal, Illustrated by Hazel Ito (read by the author). Learn interesting things about this country!
Ranger in Time: Rescue on the Oregon Trail, Chapters 1 and 2, by Kate Messner (read by the author)
POETRY -April is National Poetry Month!
Words with Wings by Nikki Grimes - selected poems from this book written in verse. This book is good for grades 3-7. Nikki Grimes shares food poems and A Fun Writing Prompt About Food (she mentions Michael Rosen in this video! He's an OHIO author). Please share your poems with me on the Poetry from Evening Street Eagles Padlet!
Book Spine Poetry - try making a poem with books you have at home! The poem reads from top to bottom and must make sense (it can't be just a random pile)! Make it thoughtful or make it funny! Share on Poetry from Evening Street Eagles Padlet!
Art from Ms. Strock????? (Shhh! Don't tell Dr. Moffatt!)
Draw with an author!!!
Let's Keep Reading! Read alouds and more by your favorite authors! This list included times for each read aloud and where you can listen to them!
https://www.getepic.com/ (Free 30 day trial)
https://www.starfall.com/h/im-reading/?t=289158436 (Starfall is also on our kiosk)
Tess T. (with Vivian S.) create their own library since the library is closed! Warms my heart!
London Andersen keeps busy painting and making pottery
London's Chalk Art (below) - An amazing talent!
More sketches from London!