Dear Parents,Here are some online resources that you can utilize during these remote learning times. I will continue to update and add sites as I find them. We would love to see pictures of the kids using these tools. If you have any questions or would like to send pictures please feel free to do so at email@example.com. We miss the kids greatly and hope to see theirsmiling faces soon!Mrs. PriceThe Loyola Center UpdateDear Parents and 3-8th Grade Students. Below you will find two links to guide you as you read. Please read one fiction and one non-fiction book of your choice and fill in the forms. Return them to me when we are back in school. Linda PriceDear Parents and Pre-k3 to 2nd Grade. Below you will find a work sheet to be completed. Return it to me when we are together again. Linda PriceSome fun activities for the older children could be redesign the cover or change the ending. For all students they can use legos to recreate a scene from the book or use clay to build a character from the story. You can also make a treat using an idea from the book example: Make cookies after reading "If You Give a Mouse a Cookie" or just a special treat when the book is finished . The children are usually my insperation, they have great ideas, especially when it comes to food. If you do any of these please send me a picture if you can. firstname.lastname@example.orgChildren who love readingand see themselves as readers aremore successful in school and havegreater opportunities in life...Donalyn Miller author of "Reading in the Wild"Meet the ExpertsChildren's Choices, a project of the International Reading Association and The Children's Book Council, is an annual list of favorite books chosen by children.Common Sense Media is a nonprofit organization dedicated to helping parents make informed media and entertainment choices for their families.On PBS Parents, a section of the PBS Web site, you'll find a feature called Bookfinder, where you can discover books geared to the age of your child.Quotable quotes !“Reading gives us someplace to go when we have tostay where we are.”
— Dr. Seuss, "I Can Read With My Eyes Shut!"