As we cruise into the second quarter, we have been reading a variety of books to the lower school students.
We have also made sure that all the 3rd-8th graders have their DCPL card numbers. They have begun to use these in conducting research.
This is a short week for students here at Holy Trinity, and fortunately we will still get to see almost all the students!
Cake Kingdom is about a bakery and its cakes and so much more. The Gigantic Turnip is all about cooperation and perseverance. Finally, Peanut Butter and
Jelly Brains begins our Halloween reading.
This week in the library we were fortunate to talk about apples, poets and creative solutions. Johnny “Appleseed” Chapman’s birthday was on Tuesday, and we talked about his contributions giving apple trees to pioneers. Additionally, Monday was Shel Silverstein’s birthday and we have had a wonderful time reading “A Giraffe and a Half.” Our creative solution book this week was “The Sock Thief.” Ask your lower school students about why Felipe needed socks!
Middle-Grade Historical Fiction from the American Midwest
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