• Snowshoe Library During School Closure

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    Snowshoe Families, 

    First of all, I would like to thank you all for being patient with this process.  Teachers, staff, and parents have been tasked with our normal routine not only being flipped upside down, but changing by the minute.  If you are on Facebook and haven't "liked" Snowshoe Library, you may want to as I will be posting resources on there as well. 

     

    During this uncertain time my goal is to provide you with reading resources, but not overwhelm you with too many.  I am not able to check books out to students at this time, but there are some cool sites that you can still read with. 

     

    Also, there are MANY free resources on my Library home webpage and through the district student tab (Khan Academy, Moby Max, Prodigy, and many more).  Please use them! You can access that from our Snowshoe homepage and click on "Library" up top.  If you see Snoopy (pic below), then you are in the right place.

    Library Home

     

    *Brain Pop: 

    Kids love Tim and Moby!  There are many, many short videos on science, history, language arts, and various subjects.  In fact, below is a short video on the Coronavirus.

    https://www.brainpop.com/health/diseasesinjuriesandconditions/coronavirus/

     

    *Tumblebookstumblebooks

    This reading app has a variety of books that will read aloud to you and your student.  It is free through SLED Alaska.  On my Library home webpage go to SLED Alaska and click on it, click on Elementary School Resources, and scroll down to Tumblebooks.  If you try to access Tumblebooks any other way, it will ask for a code.  

     

    *Storyline Online: Storyline

    Students love this read aloud!  I use it in class, as do many teachers. 

    Here is one example and a book I recently read to my kindergartners and 1st graders.  

     

    https://youtu.be/6s7aSNUCkiM

    Dragon

     

    *Go Noodle: GoNoodle   https://www.gonoodle.com/

    You will have to ask your student's teacher for their access code as every class is different, but this will help get your kids moving.  

     

     

Last Modified on March 31, 2020