View an Online Storytime with Karen
Internet safety: SafeKids.com
Sing along with Karen and the Winnequah fifth graders as we begin Storytime.
Watch as these kids perform a fun finger play. Watch it again and try it yourself!
Click this link to download a PDF activity. Parents, please help your child, as some activites may require scissors.
Writing, drawing, and decorating a homemade book is another creative craft that will spark your child's imagination. Find out a few simple ways to turn your kids into mini authors and help them assemble a custom book keepsake. Invite children to write poems during April, National Poetry Month, or write a story about a garden walk during May. http://www.creativekidsathome.
While online computer exploration opens a world of possibilities for children, expanding their horizons and exposing them to different cultures and ways of life, they can be exposed to dangers as they hit the road exploring the information highway. Please see this section of SafeKids.com for more information.
Stories are not only told through books, but also through song. Listen to the Winnequah fifth graders sing the song; then listen again and sing along!
Sing along with Karen and the Winnequah fifth graders as we say goodbye for the week.
Here are some more links for parents.
Motivate children to read by rewarding their reading accomplishments with praise, recognition, and fun!
Launching Into Literacy
Parent Pages in English, Spanish, and Hmong