Nauset Elementary School Summer Reading Program 2016

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Nauset Elementary School Summer Reading Program 2016
Nauset Elementary Schools
2016 Summer Reading Program
Nauset Public Schools acknowledges
Anne Moore - Eddy Elementary School
Elisa Bucci - Stony Brook Elementary School
Kara Yuen - Orleans Elementary School
Breigh Ann Menza - Eastham Elementary School
Marianne Millette-Kelley - Wellfleet Elementary School
and
Nori Morganstein - Brewster Ladies’ Library
Rydell Welch - Brewster Ladies’ Library
Anna Nielsen - Wellfleet Public Library
Fran McLoughlin - Eastham Public Library
Ann Foster - Snow Library
for their collaborative efforts in compiling the book selections
for our students’ Summer Reading Program.
”On Your Mark, Get Set,…READ! ” is a national summer reading
program. Its purpose is “to find books that capture children’s
imaginations and to spend time with other people that love good
stories” – Kate DiCamillo (author)
Thomas M. Conrad, Superintendent,
Keith E. Gauley, Assistant Superintendent
Nauset Public Schools
78 Eldredge Park Way, Orleans, Massachusetts 02653
Phone: 508-255-8800 ● Fax: 508-240-2351 ● http://nausetschools.org
Thomas M. Conrad
Superintendent of Schools
Keith E. Gauley
Assistant Superintendent
Dr. Ann M. Caretti
Director of Student Services
Giovanna B. Venditti
Director of Finance and Operations
Barbara Lavoine
Director of Technology
June, 2016
Dear Students and Families,
Summer is a great time for reading just for the fun of it. The Nauset Summer Reading Program
has been developed in conjunction with the town public libraries to focus on developing a love
of literacy in students. The books you see listed in this Summer Reading Guide are suggestions
for you. All of these titles have been carefully chosen and are known to be worthy of your time.
Any book you read during the vacation, whether it is from our list or recommended by a friend
or a relative, is a new adventure and strengthens your reading abilities.
Our summer reading theme for 2016 is “On Your Mark, Get Set…READ!” The goal is to exercise
the children’s’ minds as they read this summer. Adventure, sports, racing or anything that
electrifies reading for students is recommended for this exciting theme.
Librarians have collaborated to ensure that the books listed in our guide are available to you.
You are encouraged to visit your town library often during the summer months. Besides
checking out books, you can also check their schedule and attend the fun activities planned for
children of all ages. Librarians are there to assist you in discovering the best books for reading
fun and learning.
Students who read at least 10 books over the summer, log them and hand in the list of books
by September 26 will receive special recognition and a prize.
We hope your summer is filled with enjoyment and that some of that fun will include “On Your
Mark, Get Set...READ!”
All the Best,
Principals of the Nauset Elementary Schools:
Mrs. Elaine Pender, Orleans Elementary
Mrs. Joanna Hughes, Eddy Elementary
Mrs. Denise Fronius, Stony Brook Elementary
Mr. William Crosby, Eastham Elementary
Mrs. Mary Beth Rodman, Wellfleet Elementary
Table of Contents
Library Information ....................................................................................... Page 2
Preschool - Kindergarten Rhyming Books ................................................... Page 3
Preschool - Kindergarten Alphabet Books ................................................... Page 4
Preschool - Kindergarten Predictable/Repetitive Books .............................. Page 5
Preschool - Kindergarten Story Books/Classics .......................................... Page 6
Preschool - Kindergarten Counting Books ................................................... Page 7
Fiction - Grades K-2..................................................................................... Page 8
Fiction - Grades 3-5 ................................................................................... Page 11
Nonfiction - Grades K-2 ............................................................................. Page 14
Nonfiction - Grades 3-5.............................................................................. Page 16
Poetry - Grades K-5 ................................................................................... Page 18
Web Sites .................................................................................................. Page 20
Book Review Sheets.................................................................................. Page 21
Book Logs .................................................................................................. Page 23
Summer Events – Local Libraries………...…………………………………..Page 25
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School Librarians
Eastham Elementary School, Eastham ..................................... Breigh Ann Menza
Eddy Elementary School, Brewster .................................................... Anne Moore
Nauset Regional High School, Eastham ........................................ Roberta Endich
Nauset Regional Middle School, Orleans ................................... Katherine Harvey
Orleans Elementary School, Orleans..................................................... Kara Yuen
Stony Brook Elementary School, Brewster ............................................ Elisa Bucci
Wellfleet Elementary School, Wellfleet ............................. Marianne Millette-Kelley
Brewster Ladies’ Library ............................. Nori Morganstein, Children’s Librarian
Brewster Ladies’ Library ........................... Rydell Welch, Youth Services Librarian
Eastham Public Library ........................Fran McLoughlin, Youth Services Librarian
Snow Library ................................................. Ann Foster, Youth Services Librarian
Wellfleet Public Library ............................. Anna Nielsen, Youth Services Librarian
Brewster Ladies’ Library
Eastham Public Library
1822 Main Street, Brewster
508.896.3913
Hours:
Tuesday and Thursday 10-8
Wednesday, Friday and Saturday 10-5
Sunday and Monday - Closed
190 Samoset Road, Eastham
508.240.5950
Hours:
Tuesday and Thursday 10-8
Wednesday, Friday, and Saturday 10-4
Sunday and Monday - Closed
Snow Library
Wellfleet Public Library
67 Main Street, Orleans
508.240.3760
Hours:
Monday, Thursday, and Friday 10-5
Tuesday and Wednesday 10-8
Saturday 10-4
Sunday - Closed
55 West Main Street, Wellfleet
508.349.0310
Hours:
Monday, Wednesday, and Thursday 2-8
Tuesday 10-8
Friday 10-5
Saturday 10-5
Sunday - Closed
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Suggested Titles Preschool - Kindergarten
Rhyming Books
Rhyming books strengthen your child’s ability to hear sounds.
Alborough, Jez
It’s the Bear!
Andreae, Giles
Rumble in the Jungle
Carlstrom, Nancy White
Jesse Bear, What Will You Wear?
Other Jesse Bear books
Fox, Mem
Sleepy Bears
Hubbell, Patricia
Trains: Steaming! Pulling! Huffing!
Miranda, Anne
To Market, To Market
Root, Phyllis
One Duck Stuck
Trapani, Iza (retold by)
The Itsy Bitsy Spider
Weeks, Sarah
Mrs. McNosh Hangs Up the Wash
Yolen, Jane
How Do Dinosaurs Eat Their Food?
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*or any other book by this author
Suggested Titles Preschool - Kindergarten
Alphabet Books
There are many new alphabet books using new and creative ways to present the ABC’s.
These books reinforce your child’s knowledge of the letters visually and sequentially.
Dragonwagon, Crescent
Alligator Arrived with Apples: A Potluck Alphabet Feast
Ernst, Lisa Campbell
The Letters are Lost!
Lobel, Arnold
On Market Street
Martin Jr., Bill
Chicka, Chicka, Boom, Boom
McPhail, David
Animals A to Z
Wood, Audrey
Alphabet Adventure
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*or any other book by this author
Suggested Titles Preschool - Kindergarten
Predictable/Repetitive Books
These books encourage children to listen carefully and identify the sentence or phrase
that is repeated. Memory and sequencing are reinforced through these books.
Arnold, Katya
Meow!
Guarino, Deborah
Is Your Mama a Llama?
Henkes, Kevin
Kitten’s First Full Moon
Hoberman, Mary Ann
Miss Mary Mack: A Hand-Clapping Rhyme
Hutchins, Pat
Don’t Forget the Bacon
Jackson, Alison
I Know an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Pie
Neitzel, Shirley
I’m Taking a Trip on My Train
Wood, Audrey
The Napping House
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*or any other book by this author
Suggested Titles Preschool - Kindergarten
Story Books/Classics
Story books give your child the opportunity for special time with you. Enjoy the story,
setting, characters, and illustrations together.
Freeman, Don
Corduroy
Slobodkina, Esphyr
Caps for Sale: A Tale of a Peddler, Some Monkeys and Their Monkey Business
Various authors
The Little Red Hen
Various authors
Stone Soup
Various authors
The Bremen Town Musicians
Any books by these authors:
Jan Brett
Eric Carle
Lucy Cousins
Denise Fleming
Holly Keller
Kevin Henkes
Martin Waddell
Rosemary Wells
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*or any other book by this author
Suggested Titles Preschool - Kindergarten
Counting Books
Counting books help with numbers and quantities. These books are very interactive.
Calbrera, Jane
Over in the Meadow
Carle, Eric
10 Little Rubber Ducks
Christelow, Eileen
Five Little Monkeys Jumping On the Bed
Falwell, Cathryn
Turtle Splash!: Countdown at the Pond
Hutchins, Pat
The Doorbell Rang
Koller, Jackie French
Seven Spunky Monkeys
Lesser, Carolyn
Spots: Counting Creatures from Sky to Sea
Trapani, Iza
How Much Is That Doggie in the Window?
Wells, Rosemary
Bunny Money
Acknowledgement:
Written by Kate Berg and Susan Alman, Nauset School District Teachers, and
Natalie Marsh, former Children’s Librarian, Eastham Public Library, with the support of
the Early Childhood Curriculum and School Readiness Committees.
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*or any other book by this author
Suggested Titles Grades K-2: Fiction
Becker, Aaron
Journey and Quest (two books)
A young girl escapes to a magical world in these two wordless picture books. The
award-winning illustrations illuminate how your imagination can take you on a wild ride,
and bring you home again!
Bently, Peter
Captain Jack and the Pirates
Three boys build an imaginary ship on the beach and set off on an adventure at sea!
Campbell, K.G.
Dylan the Villain
Dylan's parents have always boasted that he is the "very best and cleverest super-villain
in the whole wide world," but when he meets Addison Van Malice, his powers are put to
the test.
*DiCamillo, Kate
Bink and Gollie (series)
Series of Easy Readers by best-selling author and illustrator about the outrageously
funny adventures of a fabulous pair of friends
*Gravett, Emily
Bear and Hare Go Fishing
Friends Bear and Hare go fishing, but the trip does not go as
planned.
Hamm, Mia
Winners Never Quit!
A motivating story from soccer champion Mia Hamm about
playing for the love of the game.
*Henkes, Kevin
Waiting
Five friends sit on a windowsill, and each one of them is waiting, happily, for something
amazing to happen...are you ready? Go!
Jules, Jacqueline
Freddie Ramos Springs into Action
Curious and kindhearted Freddie is a regular kid with some super cool shoes! See how
Freddie uses his powers for good!
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*or any other book by this author
Suggested Titles Grades K-2: Fiction
*Lord, Cynthia
Hot Rod Hamster
This picture book inspired a series of Easy Readers all about Hot Rod Hamster, a
daredevil critter who loves to go fast!
McNulty, Faith
If You Decide to Go to the Moon
Learn everything you need to know to prepare for a fictional trip to the moon and back!
Meyers, Susan
Bear in the Air
When a teddy bear is lost by his boy, he embarks on a remarkable journey to find him.
Oldland, Nicholas
Walk on the Wild Side
One day, three friends, a bear, a moose and a beaver who love adventure set off to
climb a mountain together. But on the way there, they decide to make it more exciting by
turning the climb into a race to the top.
*Pennypacker, Sara
Flat Stanley’s Worldwide Adventures (series)
Newer series for young readers featuring the worldwide adventures
of well-known character Flat Stanley and the rest of the Lambchop
family
Phelps, Michael
How to Train with a T. Rex and Win 8 Gold Metals
A little inspiration and humorous insight on the challenges of training from Olympic Gold
Medal winning swimmer Michael Phelps
Pizzoli, Greg
Number One Sam
A competitive race car-driving dog learns that some things are more important than
being number one.
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*or any other book by this author
Suggested Titles Grades K-2: Fiction
Thomson, Bill
The Typewriter
The only words in this beautiful picture book are the ones that the children type into the
typewriter they find. Anything they type becomes reality!
Viva, Frank
Along a Long Road
Take a bicycle ride down a long and winding road.
Wheeler, Lisa
Dino-Swimming
Plant-eaters vs. meat-eaters in a race to the finish!
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*or any other book by this author
Suggested Titles Grades 3-5: Fiction
Barber, Tiki
Go Long!
When Coach Spangler leaves at the start of their second year of junior high school, 13year old twins Tike and Ronde wonder if his replacement, history teacher Mr. Wheeler,
can coach the Eagles to another winning football season.
*Christopher, Matt
Olympic Dream
When overweight fourteen-year-old video whiz Doug Cannon is introduced to the sport
of cycling he begins a transformation that leads him to health and self-respect.
*Evans, Nate
Humpty Dumpty Jr.: Hardboiled Detective
Follows the adventures of Humpty Dumpty Jr., a crime-fighting detective in New York
City.
Green, Tim
Football Genius
Troy, a sixth-grader with an unusual gift for predicting football plays
before they occur, attempts to use his ability to help his favorite team,
the Atlanta Falcons, but he must first prove himself to the coach and
players.
*Gutman, Dan
Ray & Me
After recovering from being hit in the head during a baseball game, Stosh travels back in
time to try to save Ray Chapman, a batter who was killed by a pitch in New York in
1920.
*Holm, Jennifer L.
Babymouse: Our Hero
An imaginative young mouse is terrified to face her enemy in dodgeball, but with the help
of her best friend and support from her mother, she not only plays the game, she proves
herself a hero.
Korman, Gordon
The Climb
The youngest expedition ever to attempt an Everest climb has begun. But the trouble
starts long before they reach the summit. Competition is fierce. Conditions are harsh.
And the trek from Base Camp proves a challenge that not all the contestants can
meet…with disastrous results.
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*or any other book by this author
Suggested Titles Grades 3-5: Fiction
Kurtz, Christopher
The Adventures of a South Pole Pig: A Novel of Snow and Courage
Flora the pig ditches the sedentary life on the farm for an adventure in Antarctica, where
she escapes the knife and lives her dream of pulling a sled with a team of dogs.
*Lupica, Mike
Shoot Out
Twelve-year-old Jake must leave his championship soccer team to play on a team with a
losing record when his family moves to a neighboring town. Comeback Kids Series.
Maddox, Jake
Skater’s Secret
Maggie and Shannon are figure skaters and sisters. But
Maggie is really tired of Shannon always being in the
spotlight. For once, Maggie is determined to come out
from behind her sister's shadow. Can Maggie learn to
shine, even when Shannon always seems to get in her
way?
*McCall-Smith, Alexander
Akimbo and the Elephants
On the African game preserve where his father works, Akimbo devises a dangerous plan
to capture a ring of elephant poachers.
Palacio, R.J.
Auggie & Me: Three Wonder Stories
Wonder tells the story of Auggie Pullman: an ordinary boy born with extreme facial
abnormalities, whose first year at Beecher Prep school changed the lives and the
perspectives of everyone around him. Auggie & Me is a new side to the Wonder story.
Thought-provoking, surprising, infuriating, heartbreaking and heartwarming, Auggie &
Me is a must-read for the thousands of readers who loved Wonder.
*Philbrick, Rodman
Young Man and the Sea
After his mother's death, twelve-year-old Skiff Beaman decides that it is up to him to
earn money to take care of himself and his father, so he undertakes a dangerous trip
alone out on the ocean off the coast of Maine to try to catch a huge blue fin tuna.
Spinelli, Jerry
Maniac Magee
After his parents die, Jeffrey Lionel Magee's life becomes legendary, as he
accomplishes athletic and other feats which awe and inspire everyone around him.
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*or any other book by this author
Suggested Titles Grades 3-5: Fiction
Spratt, R.A.
The Adventures of Nanny Piggins
When Mr. Green, a stingy widower with three children he cannot be bothered with,
decides to find a nanny for his children, he winds up hiring a glamorous ex-circus pig
who knows nothing about children but a lot about chocolate.
Stilton, Geronimo
The Mouse Island Marathon
Geronimo Stilton is entered in the Mouse Island Marathon by his friend Champ
Strongpaws who then forces him to train for it.
*Tarshis, Lauren
I Survived Hurricane Katrina, 2005
Eleven-year-old Barry Hunter and his family attempt to ride out Hurricane Katrina at
home in the Lower Ninth Ward in New Orleans when his little sister gets ill, but when the
levees break, Barry gets swept away from his family.
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Suggested Titles Grades K-2: Nonfiction
Berman, Len
The Greatest Moments in Sports: Upsets and Underdogs
Experience the greatest upsets in sports history! Len Berman reveals his favorite upsets
and underdogs.
Bial, Raymond
Rescuing Rover: Saving America’s Dogs
Looks at the problem of dog overpopulation in America, discusses the role of puppy
mills, pet stores, and independent breeders, and includes a profile of a local animal
shelter.
Castaldo, Nancy F.
Sniffer Dogs: How Dogs (and their noses) Save the
World
Readers will discover how detection dogs are able to use
their noses to find everything from people, both alive and
dead, to explosives to whale poop. These working dogs work to please, work to play,
and work for love.
Chaikin, Andrew, with Kohl, Victoria
Mission Control, this is Apollo: The Story of the First Voyages to the Moon
July 20, 1969, marked one of the climactic moments in our history, the day Apollo 11
landed on the moon. But it is only one piece of a magnificent story. Mission Control, This
Is Apollo, by the acclaimed Andrew Chaikin recounts space history from the Mercury
missions through Apollo 17 and beyond. It is illustrated with stunning full-color paintings
by astronaut Alan Bean, who walked on the moon with Pete Conrad on Apollo 12 and
has devoted his post-NASA life to creating art. Handsome, informative, and dramatic,
this is no textbook; it is the tale of humankind's greatest adventure in the last frontier:
space.
Gerstein, Mordicai
The Man Who Walked Between the Towers
In 1974, French aerialist Philippe Petit threw a tightrope between the two towers of the
World Trade Center and spent an hour walking, dancing, and performing high-wire tricks
a quarter mile in the sky.
Gordon, Nick
Monster Cars
Cars are transformed by huge spoilers, gigantic rims and ‘suped-up’ engines to become
great driving machines
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*or any other book by this author
Suggested Titles Grades K-2: Nonfiction
Green, Rod
Giant Vehicles
See inside some of the world's most enormous vehicles in this amazing lift-the-flap book.
Discover eight monster machines, and find out about motors, periscopes, rocket
engines, and giant propellers in this fact-packed guide.
Kohl, MaryAnn F.
Action Art
A collection of over 100 active hands-on art experiences for children ages 2-12 years.
Action Art is full of adventure, movement, discovery, and — FUN!
Scheff, Matt
The Best NFL Running Backs of All Time
This book focuses on the best NFL running backs of all time, including Bronko Nagurski,
Jim Brown, Gale Sayers, O.J. Simpson, Walter Payton, Tony Dorsett, Earl Campbell,
and others.
Winthrop, Elizabeth
Dog Show
Harvey enters his dog Fred in a dog show. Fred is not too happy. After he enters the
show Fred doesn’t want to leave.
Wiseman, Blaine
Boston Marathon
Each year, runners from around the world travel to Boston to compete in the mostrecognized annual marathon in the world. The Boston Marathon is considered one of the
world’s greatest fitness challenges.
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*or any other book by this author
Suggested Titles Grades 3-5: Nonfiction
Butterfield, Moira
Events
This book is part of the series Olympics, which provides young sports fans with a
fascinating guide to Olympic events.
Enright, Dominique
The Boys’ Book: How to be the Best at Everything
A guide to anything and everything a boy needs to know! How to do almost anything in
one handy book. Found yourself in a sticky situation? Inside you'll learn how to escape
quicksand (p. 40), build a raft (p.41), start a survival fire (p.99), or fly a helicopter (p. 11).
Gerstein, Mordecai
The Man Who Walked Between the Towers
In 1974, French aerialist Philippe Petit threw a tightrope between
the two towers of the World Trade Center and spent an hour
walking, dancing, and performing high-wire tricks a quarter mile
in the sky.
Johnson, Ann Donegan
The Value of Facing a Challenge: The Story of Terry Fox
A biography of a young cancer patient with an artificial leg who determined to run 5300
miles across Canada in his own Marathon of Hope in order to raise money for cancer
research.
Kaboom!/Rose, Julianna; Hammond, Darell
Go Out and Play! Favorite Outdoor Games from Kaboom
Clear instructions for more than 70 traditional outdoor games.
Maguire, Jack
Hopscotch, Hangman, Hot-Potato, and Ha, Ha, Ha: A Rule Book of Children's Games
Here are included instructions for more than 240 party, sidewalk, ball, water, travel, card,
action, and sedentary games.
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Suggested Titles Grades 3-5: Nonfiction
Osborn, Kevin
Scholastic Encyclopedia of Sports in America
Discusses the development and influence of sports in American society and the
achievements of over 100 athletes.
Osborne, Mary Pope and Boyce, Natalie Pope
Ninjas and Samurai
A nonfiction companion to Mary Pope Osborne’s Night of the Ninjas
Power, Teresa Anne
The ABCs of Yoga for Kids
The ABCs of Yoga for Kids uses the alphabet, rhyming vignettes, and colorful illustrations
to introduce children to yoga in a kid-friendly way.
Rockwell, Lizzy
The Busy Body Book: A Kid’s Guide to Fitness
This action-packed guide to fitness explains how the parts of your body work to keep you
moving and what you need to do to keep going strong.
Rosen, Michael J
Balls! Round 2
Discusses the history and science of all types of
balls, including several that are unusual.
Rotner, Shelley
Yummy! Good Food Makes Me Strong
This book helps inspire kids and families to have fun growing, preparing, and eating fresh
and wholesome meals and snacks.
Woodward, John
This Book Made Me Do It
A collection of activities for budding artists, scientists, sports stars, and chefs provides stepby-step instructions for projects, from folding origami and making a barometer to panning
for gold and doing the Moonwalk.
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Suggested Titles Grades K-5: Poetry
Brown, Calef
Dutch Sneakers and Flea Keepers
In the tradition of Edward Lear, Calef Brown has fashioned fourteen nonsense poems so
wacky that both young and old will be unable to suppress their laughter.
Driscoll, Michael
A Child’s Introduction to Poetry
This wide-ranging journey through the history and highlights of the world's poetry covers
everything from epics and odes to nonsense verse and haikus, and includes a full-length
CD!
Emberley, Rebecca and Emberley, Ed
The Itsy Bitsy Spider
An illustrated version of the traditional song, using bright, bold colors and patterns.
Gerrard, Roy
Sir Francis Drake: His Daring Deeds
Retells in poetry the daring adventures of the explorer who was the first Englishman to sail
around the world
Hopkins, Lee Bennett
Opening Days: Sports Poems
A collection of eighteen poems about various sports
including baseball, skiing, karate, and tennis.
Kennedy, Caroline ed.
Poems to Learn by Heart
In this diverse collection, Caroline Kennedy has chosen more than a hundred poems that
speak to everyone. Divided into sections about nature, sports, monsters and fairies,
friendship and family, Poems to Learn by Heart is full of surprises
Low, Alice
The Fastest Game on Two Feet: and Other Poems About How Sports Began
Sports have origins in all kinds of activities, such as playing with sticks and stones, running
from threats, and taking part in religious ceremonies. Using conjecture and historical facts,
this book of poetry and prose relates how nineteen sports got their start and grew into
the games we know today.
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Suggested Titles Grades K-5: Poetry
Prelutsky, Jack
Good Sports: Rhymes About Running, Jumping, Throwing, and More
A collection of poems about football, skating, basketball, karate, and
other sports celebrates the joy of competitive play, teamwork, and the importance of good
sportsmanship.
Salas, Laura Purdie
Bookspeak! Poems About Books
A collection of wacky, whimsical poems about books and all the treasures they contain.
Silverstein, Shel
Falling Up
A collection of poems and drawings by American poet and humorist, Shel Silverstein
including "My Nose Garden," "Little Hoarse," "Strange Restaurant," "Sharing," "Noise Day,"
and many others.
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Fun Web Resources
The Crafty Classroom: Japanese Lantern Craft for Kids.
http://thecraftyclassroom.com/crafts/japan-crafts-for-kids/japan-lantern-craft-for-kids/
Illustrated step-by-step instructions for making a paper lantern.
Frugal Fun for Boys: Pipe Cleaner Ninjas.
http://frugalfun4boys.com/2013/04/01/pipe-cleaner-ninjas
Step-by-step instructions for making ninja figures with pipe cleaners and other basic craft
supplies.
Ordinary Life Magic: Newton’s First: With Raw Eggs.
http://www.ordinarylifemagic.com/2010/01/newtons-first-with-raw-eggs.html
Step-by-step illustrated instructions for a science project involving raw eggs falling safely
into glasses of water.
How to Make a Paper Ninja Star
https://snapguide.com/guides/make-a-paper-ninja-star/
Shows you how to make an origami Ninja star using only paper and scissors.
How to Make a Mini Foosball Table … Perfect for Kids!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-ypPIZj9hP4
Instructions for creating miniature foosball tables using shoe boxes, dowels, clothespins,
and other common materials.
Saturday Science: Egg Drop Inertia
https://www.childrensmuseum.org/blog/saturday-science-egg-drop-inertia
See and try: how gravity makes saving a falling egg easier than it sounds! You'll
demonstrate gravity, motion, and other forces while wowing your family with this science
trick.
Fun and Games Online
http://games.sikids.com/
The online home of Sports Illustrated for Kids. A fun, safe environment filled with free
interactive games.
Summer Olympics 2016
http://www.olympic.org/athletes
The Olympic Games are in Rio De Janeiro August 5 – 21. Discover more about the
Olympic athletes and how you can become an Olympian.
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