This year’s library reading challenge, Across Time and Culture, has begun. Students should read on their own, or with an adult, at least six books from the 3-5 list and return the challenge form to the librarian along with the completed art project no later than Friday, February 6. During a class party, certificates and prizes will be awarded to each student who completes both the project and reading six books. Books are available in the TIS Library, your local public library or bookstore. Visit the TIS Library website for more information, booklists and art project ideas.
The library has subscribed to a new ebook resource, BrainHive. You may check out books to read on a reading device or computer. This site offers a large selection of high quality books. If you would like to use this resource, please contact me for personalized login information. You must access this database through the link below. In addition, the library subscribes to two other ebook databases you may be interested in exploring with your child.
Fourth graders should be studying geography at home for the school GeoBee in January! This week during library class, we played geography games and attempted some easy and some very difficult geography puzzles!