Pull up a chair and get to know books in a new way! Stories and tales for you to enjoy on your own.
Read this book about a girl who worries about what everyone thinks; think about why it is important to be you.
Great story about a monster, siblings, sharing, an overcoming your fears.
Great story about imagination and friendship.
Classic fairy tale filled with adventure, lessons and animals.
Nonfiction book about a firefighter and the job they do in the community.
Read and say the word with the video. All words have (br, cr, dr, fr, gr, tr) blends.
Read along with this excellent book about nocturnal animals and their first day of school. Look for who, what, where, when, why, and how.
Read about kindness and sharing.
Read about making friends, problem solving and making predictions.
Read about family and bedtime.
Read about art, friendship, competition, and overcoming problems.
Read about a wolf pack and where they live.
Read about a race. Who will win?
Read about penguins and where they live.
Click the link and hit play. Follow along with the story that is read aloud.
Follow along with the story that is read aloud.
Read along to see what happens. Think about friendship.
Follow along with the Dr. Seuss Raps over Dr. Dre Beats!
Read this story about a family making cookies. Click the ear to have the story read aloud to you by the different characters.
Enjoy this classic book about Harry the dog. Find out what happens because he doesn’t like to take a bath. Try predicting what might happen.
Read the sentence, then listen to see if you are correct. Sound out letters and use sight words you know.
Read this play about a dog and cat. Use different voices as you read to pretend you are the dog and the cat.
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Watch the video and make a Venn Diagram to compare and contrast your siblings, favorite foods, animals, and the books this week.
Read along with this book about sibling rivalry, conflict, and predictions.
Use a Venn Diagram to compare and contrast your sibling and your relationship to the book.
Watch the introduction to Chinese fables. Next, read along with the story, Draw Dragon Dot Eyes.
Read along with this Chinese fable to learn about Chinese idioms and the lesson learned. Use a Venn Diagram to compare and contrast the characters from the two Chinese fables you read this week.
Read along and see how the character changes. Find out about overcoming shyness, self–esteem, and friendship.
Read along and find out about Snappsy. Make connections and look for point of view.
Read long with Oprah Winfrey about a girl and her aspirations.
Read about history, cultural strength, traditions, and music.
Enjoy this book about a giraffe and how he feels about his neck. Read by Michelle Obama.
Fast forward to 8 minutes and 22 seconds. Read along with President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama. Who do you think ate the sandwich?
What is the lesson learned? Read to find out what choices Georgie makes. What is the outcome?
Explore different types of amphibians What are their attributes, what makes them special? Do you have a favorite?
After exploring amphibians yesterday, compare and contrast the different types. What do they have in common? What differences do they have?
Make predictions, what is the central message?
Watch this science video to find out facts about why cats purr.
Watch this science video to find out facts about if unicorns are real. It will surprise you.
Choose the sentences that are missing a punctuation mark and review what each mark stands for.
Read along about Greek Mythology
Follow along with the rap of The Cat in the Hat!
Check out these Wacky Weekend photos from National Geographic!
Click the link and hit play. Follow along with the story that is read aloud, by MICHELLE OBAMA!
How does rhythm make you feel? Enjoy this book read by famous actor James Earl Jones.
Write a poem using beat.
Read a chapter book online. Stop when you want and come back to finish later.
Explore and use this tool to help you find the rhyming words to write your own poem or rap. Enter a word and select rhyme.
Explore this historic Black poet and his work. Write your own poem about what is on your mind or heart.
See an oceanographer explore the Earth crust. Use Closed Caption (CC) to read along.
See how a team of electrical engineers are inventing micro robots. Use Closed Caption (CC) to read along.
Learn about our state. Check out Florida facts, history, geography, population, and more.
See how this scientist is examining soil at the New York African Burial Ground. Use Closed Caption (CC) to read along.
See how scientists are working to solve the ocean plastics problem. Use Closed Caption (CC) to read along.
Read aloud with Michelle Obama. Interpret the poetry and analyze each stanza. Find your motivation during these challenging times.
Read about how Jane Adams, a Nobel Peace Prize winner, changed a neighborhood. This is a true story about one person that made a difference.
Read to know the facts about Coronavirus.
Take notes so you are able to share information with others.
Read aloud with President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama. What words would you collect?
Watch this video about Apollo 11 and space travel to the moon. Find out unique facts.
How does rhythm make you feel? Enjoy this book read by famous actor James Earl Jones. Then write a poem using beat.
Can a mountain turn into a volcano? Watch to find out. Watch the video using Closed Caption (cc).
Mystery science video on how glass is made. Click on closed captioning to read along.
Mystery science video on how rainbows are made. Click on closed captioning to read along.
Watch these science videos on Amazing Animals. Click on closed captioning to read along.
Read and analyze this poem. Use the figurative language to know the meaning.
Click and play this quiz game to see your score for Author’s Point of View.
Select a women in history to learn about the important impact they made.
Check out these draft picks!
Select a hero in history to learn about the important impact they made.
Learn how NBA players are helping out.
Watch the video using Closed Caption (cc). Informational science to stay healthy and safe from germs.