Curriculum night

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Curriculum night

  1. 1. Remember Solvay Elementary School Read with your child Curriculum Night Read you are a role model for your child Library There are so many options Newspapers & Magazines Ebooks Books Blogs Audiobooks Happy Reading :) 6:30pm Resources September 16, 2010 http://www.chicagomomsblog.com/2009/07/a-wired-family.html http://tinyurl.com/24wgbxt http://tinyurl.com/seslib http://tnrdlibrary.wordpress.com/ Librarian: Heather Turner
  2. 2. Popular Elementary Book Series 10 Tips for Choosing Books for Kids Chapter Books • Have children choose their own books. • Weird School Series by Dan Gutman • Find the children's section of your local library. Get to know • Goosebumps by R.L. Stein the librarian, who can be a great resource! • Katie Kazoo by Nancy Krulik • Find out what your child is interested in, and them help choose books . • Puppy Place by Ellen Miles • Swap books with family and friends. • Star Wars: The Clone Wars • If your child does not like a book you are reading together, • Scooby Doo series put it away. Reading is a fun time to share. • Jigsaw Jones by James Preller • Again, Again, Again! Children like to read many time. • A-Z Mysteries by Ron Roy and John Steven Gurney • Many organizations have book lists if you need help: ALA, • Beastquest by Adam Blade International Reading Association, Children's Book Guild • Judy Moody by Megan McDonald • Look for books you like. Your enjoyment is one of the best • Pet Fairies by Daisy Meadows ways to encourage reading. • Franny K. Stein by Jim Benton • Try out different kinds • Ghostville Elementary by Marcia T. Jones of books to see what Picture Book Series appeals to your children. • Pigeon by Mo Williams • Have fun! Show your • Henry and Mudge by Cynthia Ryalant children the joy of • Biscuit by Alyssa Capucilli reading and how it can • Fancy Nancy by Jane O’Conner open up a brand new • Arthur by Marc Brown world!

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