P6GC Media Center

Learn. Read. Make. Explore.


Help share your love of reading at home.


All family members put away technology for an entire week. No social media. No TVs. Just be with your family members.

Read together as a family. Revive and revitalize bedtime stories!

Believe it or not, 6th grade students still LOVE story time. Pick out a book together, snuggle in under the blankets, and read. You read to your child. But also allow them to read to you. You will be amazed with what they can do.

  • Reading aloud to young children is not only one of the best activities to stimulate language and cognitive skills; it also builds motivation, curiosity, and memory. Bardige, B. Talk to Me, Baby!(2009), Paul H Brookes Pub Co.
  • Reading aloud helps children build a stronger foundation for school success.

Build positive relationships in your family by spending time together.

Play games. Board games. Card games. Silly games. Volunteer. Go sledding. Go on a nature walk. Make a craft. Cook. Bake.

Help your child keep a log of their activities on this sheet. They can turn it in to the Pearson media center for a free book or poster.

What else is happening at Pearson this month?

Important Links:

Natalie Weatherman - Media Specialist

Pearson Media Center

Library. Collaboration Space. Maker Space. Video Studio.