Lawrence Library Learning

Week of March 30, 2020

Public Library Resources

Check out the Livermore Public Library website and learn how to check out e-books with your library card. They have many app options for reading on phones and devices and a huge selection of children's books and magazines. No fines! No reason to leave the house to return them!

http://www.cityoflivermore.net/citygov/lib/default.htm

Mrs. Rivera's Live Stream Read-a-Loud

Friday, April 3rd, 9am

This is an online event.

Join me on Friday morning, April 3rd, for a Live Stream read-a-loud on our private Facebook page (Lawrence Elementary School Community). You must request access to this page and answer ALL 3 questions in order to be accepted. This is to ensure the safety and privacy of our students and staff.


After the Read-A-Loud Mrs. Burns will do a directed draw from the book!

April 3rd- After The Fall (How Humpty Dumpty Got Back Up Again) by Dan Santat

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Book Bingo

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Blackout Poetry

A blackout poem is when a poet takes a marker (usually black marker) to already established text–like in a newspaper–and starts redacting words until a poem is formed. The key thing with a blackout poem is that the text AND redacted text form a sort of visual poem.


I've used old magazines, junk mail and also printed pictures of book pages. The students love to create their own poetry!

When A Dragon Moves In

When a Dragon Moves In read by Mark Duplass