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Reading/Language Arts Resources : 3-8
Videos / Podcasts / Virtual Media
AIDEN TYLER, QUARAN-TEEN
Register here for Rex Ogle's new and original story. Rex is writing this creative new middle-grade offering in real-time, about our real-world predicament, and will be reading each week's newest chapter aloud on this one-of-a-kind webcast "serial". It will be broadast every Tuesday at 2 p.m. ET beginning on Tuesday, March 24th.
By the makers of ABCMouse. Online learning program for kinds ages 8-13 (Grades 3-7/8). As with ABCMouse this is NOT a free site, but you can get your first month free. Covers learning games & videos for reading, math, science, and social studies.
Play Like an Animal: Why Critters Splash, Race, Twirl, and Chase
STEM Game Cards to Prompt Creative Play + Read Aloud. We have taken the animals, action words, and STEM facts from Maria Gianferrari's latest picture book to create game cards for creative physical activity and play. Game cards come with an invitation to make your own rules (like wolves and gorillas), create play environments, and play further with STEM. Full text read aloud by the author.
Madame Saqui: Revolutionary Rope Dancer
Physical & Paper Craft Activities + Read Aloud. Paper Craft: Imagine yourself in Paris in 1799 watching Marguerite, the young Madame Saqui, dance on a high-wire! With this paper craft and a length of rope, readers can make Marguerite dance across rope and sky. Physical Activity: Inspired by the famous Madame Saqui, revolutionary rope dancer and wirewalker, readers can pretend that they, too, are walking across a high-wire (while standing firmly on the ground). Partial read aloud by the author (with a wirewalking demo)!