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Native American Heritage Month

November books based on American Indian Youth Literature Award American Indian Library Association CHILDREN'S BOOK LIST

Buckeye Children's Book Award Nominees 2020

November Torpedoed is an audio file shared in Google. Country Roads...coming soon

Dewey

Videos that introduce, further explain, or celebrate Dewey as a way to access information. Library Media

Student Created Videos

These videos could be booktalks, commercials, etc. They may have been created for a library assignment or for another teacher.

Shelf Markers

Watch and learn how to use use your shelf marker in the library media center.

FTES NEWS 2017-18

Some fifth graders at FTES have created a news show. They have written the script & jingle, created the logo/mascot, videotaped, edited, etc. They are currently using iMovie.

Fluency

based on 5 Pillars

Internet Traffic Light

from CommonSenseMedia

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The Power of Words

from CommonSenseMedia Digital Citizenship

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Elbow Grease By John Cena | Official Book Trailer

3-5 Buckeye Children's Book Award Nominee 2020 From superstar entertainer John Cena comes a new picture-book series all about perseverance and believing in yourself, featuring a little monster truck who never gives up named Elbow Grease!

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Awâsis and the World-Famous Bannock Pronunciation Guide

Watch to learn how to pronounce the Cree words in the story 'Awâsis and the World-Famous Bannock'

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First Laugh: Welcome, Baby! By Rose Ann Tahe (8:09)

American Indian Library Association CHILDREN'S BOOK LIST

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Fishing with Grandma (7:22)

American Indian Library Association CHILDREN'S BOOK LIST

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My Heart Fills with Happiness (2:00)

American Indian Library Association CHILDREN'S BOOK LIST

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Caribou Song (3:51)

American Indian Youth Literature Award

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Mission to Space Read Aloud (3:12)

2018 American Indian Youth Literature Awards Additional info to know when teaching with this book https://americanindiansinchildrensliterature.blogspot.com/2016/10/john-herringtons-mission-to-space-is.html

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Fall in Line, Holden (6:25)

2018 American Indian Youth Literature Awards read by author Additional info to know before teaching with this book https://americanindiansinchildrensliterature.blogspot.com/2017/08/recommended-daniel-w-vandevers-fall-in.html Interview with author https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rqBXVpJRaYk

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All Around Us by Xelena González

2018 American Indian Youth Literature Awards The concept of life and death is often spoken about as a timeline where death is the end and the finality of it is often overwhelming, heavy, and sad, especially for children that are trying to understand difficult concepts that are often not spoken about until it is "absolutely necessary". This is in contrast to many cultures where life is understood as a circle and is within a context of community and connectedness to the ancestors and where death is talked about, normalized and children are included from the youngest of ages. As a mixed person I have had to resist colonial thinking, re-learn the ways of my people, and embrace the cycles all around us including those that tie me to the ancestors. In an effort to decolonize, I have spent years learning about and attempting to align myself with the Mexica way of life including the cycles of the calendar as I am a Xicana seeking to reconnect to my roots. One part of the Mexica calendar is 20-day-counts (veintenas), each have their own meaning, rituals, and importance within the year and season connected to the cycles of the earth and sun. These next 2 veintenas are Miccailhuitl and Hueymiccailhuitl (also, Xokohuetzi) are festivals of the dead. Celebrated each year around mid August through the end of September according to the Gregorian calendar). I am forever grateful to those who have been my teachers along the way, and for my ancestors guidance along a path that was intentionally covered up over several generations. I am slowly finding my way back. Thank you for joining me in the journey and may our children and our children's children have lives that are affirming of ALL of who they are.

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Shanyaak’utlaax̱: Salmon Boy Told in Tlingit (with English Subtitles) (5:46)

2018 American Indian Youth Literature Awards Shanyaak’utlaax̱ is a story based on an ancient oral narrative associated with several clans including the Kiks.ádi, L’eeneidí and Lukaax̱.ádi. This version is based mainly on the Kiks.ádi story and features Tlingit narrator Ḵaagwáask’ Ishmael Hope, Kiks.ádi; Tlingit illustrator Sheit.een Michaela Goade, Kiks.ádi; and Tlingit narrative consultants Naakil.aan Hans Chester, L’uknax̱.ádi; Ḵaagwáask’ Ishmael Hope, Kiks.ádi; and Kingesití David Katzeek, Shangukeidí. Told throughout Southeast Alaska, Salmon Boy illustrates significant cultural concepts about salmon – including that they feel and make choices, they attend to human action and communication, that they require respectful treatment, and that they will not return if they are not treated with respect – that are in turn translated into a number of principles on how salmon should be treated. The importance of salmon in Tlingit culture is also demonstrated through social and ceremonial institutions and practices such as clan crests, place names, regalia, songs, and dances. This bilingual video (Tlingit audio with English subtitles) was developed as part of SHI’s exhibit, Our Grandparents Names on the Land, which opened in the Nathan Jackson Gallery at the Walter Soboleff Building in Juneau in 2018. The video is featured in an interactive display called Salmon People, which highlights cultural, ecological and spiritual relationships between Southeast Alaska Natives and salmon. Viewers also learn how Tlingit fishermen formerly used intertidal traps to harvest salmon sustainably. Many of the illustrations featured in the video were created for the children’s book Shanyaak’utlaax̱: Salmon Boy as part of SHI’s Baby Raven Reads series. The book, illustrated by Michaela Goade, won the 2018 Picture Book of the Year award from the American Indian Library Association and is available through the Sealaska Heritage Store at https://bit.ly/2FtxPGx.

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Shanyaak’utlaax̱: Salmon Boy Told in Tlingit (with English Subtitles) (5:46)

2018 American Indian Youth Literature Awards Shanyaak’utlaax̱ is a story based on an ancient oral narrative associated with several clans including the Kiks.ádi, L’eeneidí and Lukaax̱.ádi. This version is based mainly on the Kiks.ádi story and features Tlingit narrator Ḵaagwáask’ Ishmael Hope, Kiks.ádi; Tlingit illustrator Sheit.een Michaela Goade, Kiks.ádi; and Tlingit narrative consultants Naakil.aan Hans Chester, L’uknax̱.ádi; Ḵaagwáask’ Ishmael Hope, Kiks.ádi; and Kingesití David Katzeek, Shangukeidí. Told throughout Southeast Alaska, Salmon Boy illustrates significant cultural concepts about salmon – including that they feel and make choices, they attend to human action and communication, that they require respectful treatment, and that they will not return if they are not treated with respect – that are in turn translated into a number of principles on how salmon should be treated. The importance of salmon in Tlingit culture is also demonstrated through social and ceremonial institutions and practices such as clan crests, place names, regalia, songs, and dances. This bilingual video (Tlingit audio with English subtitles) was developed as part of SHI’s exhibit, Our Grandparents Names on the Land, which opened in the Nathan Jackson Gallery at the Walter Soboleff Building in Juneau in 2018. The video is featured in an interactive display called Salmon People, which highlights cultural, ecological and spiritual relationships between Southeast Alaska Natives and salmon. Viewers also learn how Tlingit fishermen formerly used intertidal traps to harvest salmon sustainably. Many of the illustrations featured in the video were created for the children’s book Shanyaak’utlaax̱: Salmon Boy as part of SHI’s Baby Raven Reads series. The book, illustrated by Michaela Goade, won the 2018 Picture Book of the Year award from the American Indian Library Association and is available through the Sealaska Heritage Store at https://bit.ly/2FtxPGx.

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We Are Grateful - Otsaliheliga - by Traci Sorrel (3:45)

2018 American Indian Youth Literature Awards Additional info to know when using this book to teach https://americanindiansinchildrensliterature.blogspot.com/2018/08/highly-recommended-we-are.html

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WE ARE GRATEFUL, OTSALIHELIGA

2020 American Indian Youth Literature Award includes interview with author Additional info to know when using this book to teach https://americanindiansinchildrensliterature.blogspot.com/2018/08/highly-recommended-we-are.html

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At The Mountain’s Base (4:26)

2020 American Indian Youth Literature Award Additional info to know when using this book to teach https://americanindiansinchildrensliterature.blogspot.com/2019/07/highly-recommended-at-mountains-base-by.html military

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Birdsong Julie Flett (8:26)

2020 American Indian Youth Literature Award

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Virtual Storytime: FRY BREAD with Kevin Noble Maillard (9:24)

2020 American Indian Youth Literature Award Kevin Noble Maillard shares the significance of a dish through an evocative depiction of a modern Native American family in lively and powerful verse

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MNHS Storytime: "Bowwow Powwow" by Brenda Child (English Version) (4:30)

2020 American Indian Youth Literature Award Additional info to know when using this book to teach https://americanindiansinchildrensliterature.blogspot.com/2018/03/recommended-with-joy-bowwow-powwow.html Brenda Child's playful story is accompanied by a companion retelling in Ojibwe by Gordon Jourdain and brought to life by Jonathan Thunder’s vibrant dreamscapes. The result is a powwow tale for the ages. This English version is read by Brenda Child's daughter Benay, a student at the University of Minnesota majoring in Art and Ojibwe Language.

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John Cena Elbow Grease vs Motozilla Book

3-5 Buckeye Children's Book Award Nominee 2020

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Shelby's Story by W. Bruce Cameron

3-5 Buckeye Children's Book Award Nominee 2020 The first book in a new series from NEW YORK TIMES bestselling author W. Bruce Cameron presents the totally irresistible tale of a little stray puppy who becomes the star of A DOG'S WAY HOME!

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New Kid by Jerry Craft

3-5 Buckeye Children's Book Award Nominee 2020 Perfect for fans of Raina Telgemeier and Gene Luen Yang, New Kid is a timely, honest graphic novel about starting over at a new school where diversity is low and the struggle to fit in is real, from award-winning author-illustrator Jerry Craft.

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I Survived: The Attack of the Grizzlies, 1967 by Lauren Tarshis | Official Book Trailer

3-5 Buckeye Children's Book Award Nominee 2020 Eleven-year-old Melody Vega and her family come to Glacier National Park every year, and it's always been a place where she can forget her troubles. But this year is different. With Mom gone, every moment in the park is a heartbreaking reminder of the past. Then Mel comes face-to-face with the mighty grizzly. Now her only thought is one of survival. Mel will soon be a part of one of the most tragic seasons in the history of America's national parks, a summer of terror that will forever change ideas about how grizzlies and humans can exist together in the wild. When disaster strikes, heroes are made.

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Harold and Hog - Pretend for REAL

K-2 Buckeye Children's Book Award Nominee 2020

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We Don't Eat Our Classmates by Ryan Higgins

K-2 Buckeye Children's Book Award Nominee 2020

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The Little Guys by Vera Brosgol

K-2 Buckeye Children's Book Award Nominee 2020 The Little Guys use their numbers for greedy purposes until they have a humbling moment where others they have treated poorly come to their aid. Next, they use their numbers to be kind to others.

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Carl and the Meaning of Life by Deborah Freedman

K-2 Buckeye Children's Book Award Nominee 2020

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One Green Apple inspired song

Written by Ms Brophy's 3rd grade class. This song was inspired by the book "One Green Apple" [Eve Bunting].

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Easy Emoji Corner Bookmarks (2:48)

A perfect Emoji for Back to School and Book lovers. These bookmarks are super easy to make .. Use these emoji bookmarks to mark pages where characters show emotions or where the story makes you feel an emotion.

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How to Draw a Funny Pumpkin Wagon

ou can feel that autumn is right around the corner. Today, we thought it would be fun to draw funny pumpkins in a wagon. We hope you have fun drawing along with us! Timestamps for navigating the lesson:

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How to draw zentangle art for kids with Fajar

This is a fun and easy art and crafts project for kids of all ages. step by step draw a zentangle patterns. Use this video at home or in the classroom to inspire creativity.

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Book Talk | Power Forward (1:38)

"Listen to why Annamarie thinks you should read Power Forward by Hena Khan. Zayd dreams of being a star basketball player someday, but for now he is stuck on his school's developmental team. He just needs to practice more, but his orchestra class is getting in the way."

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Hilde Cracks the Case (:30)

"Real-life super-sleuth and media sensation Hilde Lysiak's reporting skills are put to the test in this fun early chapter book mystery series! " Scholastic

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Meet Yasmin (:38)

"Yasmin Ahmad is a spirited second-grader who’s always on the lookout for those "aha" moments to help her solve life's little problems. Taking inspiration from her surroundings and her big imagination, she boldly faces any situation assuming her imagination doesn’t get too big, of course! A creative thinker and curious explorer, Yasmin and her multi-generational Pakistani American family will delight and inspire readers." Capstone

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Evelyn Del Rey Is Moving Away by Meg Medina, Book Trailer (1:00)

"Evelyn Del Rey is Daniela’s best friend. They do everything together and even live in twin apartments across the street from each other: Daniela with her mami and hamster, and Evelyn with her mami, papi, and cat. But not after today—not after Evelyn moves away. Until then, the girls play amid the moving boxes until it’s time to say goodbye, making promises to keep in touch, because they know that their friendship will always be special. The tenderness of Meg Medina’s beautifully written story about friendship and change is balanced by Sonia Sánchez’s colorful and vibrant depictions of the girls’ urban neighborhood." Candlewick

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The One and Only Ivan - Official Book Trailer (2:05)

"Ivan is an easygoing gorilla. Living at the Exit 8 Big Top Mall and Video Arcade, he has grown accustomed to humans watching him through the glass walls of his domain. He rarely misses his life in the jungle. In fact, he hardly ever thinks about it at all." KA

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I PROMISE | Storytime with LeBron and Nina (4:04)

"Illustrator Nina Mata reads I PROMISE, the debut picture book from NBA superstar and cultural icon LeBron James, encouraging kids to always #StriveForGreatness."

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I PROMISE | Storytime with LeBron and Nina (4:04)

"Illustrator Nina Mata reads I PROMISE, the debut picture book from NBA superstar and cultural icon LeBron James, encouraging kids to always #StriveForGreatness."

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A Dragon Breathing Something Other Than Fire

"Today’s challenge is “a dragon breathing something other than fire.” Mr. J briefly explores first impressions and the importance of getting to know someone for yourself. Recognizing that we are all unique can be the spark to start new friendships and lead to understanding. " PBS

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A Kids Book About Belonging by Kevin Carroll (3:38)

What's Inside This is a book about belonging. It tackles what it’s like when you feel like you belong to a group or family or team and what it’s like when you don’t. It addresses what it feels like when you don’t fit in, or when others don’t want you around. This book teaches kids how to belong to themselves and how that helps them belong anywhere.

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Our Class is a Family (Literally Cultured) (3:00)

Author: Shannon Olsen Illustrator: Sandie Sonke

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Our Class is a Family by Olsen

from Literally Cultured

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The Time we Spring Cleaned the World (3:39)

Have a listen to a poem by Louise Gribbons.

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Be Still, Little Tree, Be Still - Author Reading (9:40)

From the author..."I wrote “Be Still, Little Tree, Be Still” after overcoming anxiety... Over the course of two years, I faced my deepest fears and got my life back, becoming braver and stronger than ever before. I felt grateful and I wanted to share what I had learned, so that maybe it could help other people. That’s when this story was born." See also the video where Shawn Russell raps his story.

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Be Still, Little Tree, Be Still A story about peace, hope, and courage (8:05)

Listen to Author, Shawn Elliot Russell, rap his book Be Still Little Tree...

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While We Can't Hug (2:00) Book Trailer

"Hedgehog and Tortoise want to give each other a great big hug, but they're not allowed to touch. From the creators of the internationally adored The Hug, Eoin McLaughlin and Polly Dunbar, we are thrilled to bring you a new story: While We Can't Hug. " - Faber and Faber

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Be You! Read-aloud by Peter Reynolds (4:49)

Be You! Read-aloud by Peter Reynolds

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Be You! Read-aloud by Peter Reynolds (4:49)

Be You! Read-aloud by Peter Reynolds

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All the Colors of the Earth (Literally Cultured Read Aloud) (3:00)

Author: Sheila Hamanaka Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers

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Some Days (Literally Cultured Read Aloud) (3:35)

Some Days Author: Karen Kaufman Orloff Illustrator: Ziyue Chen

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Tell the Story of Your First Pet from the Perspective of Your Pet (1:03)

Ever wonder what your pet is thinking? If so, check out this video. John Spencer suggests writing from your pet's perspective but you could also use photos, drawings, video, sound clips, etc. to showcase your creativity!

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Invent a Sport Using These Random Items (1:10)

Design a sport! This is a great activity to do prior to John Spencer's Physically Distancing Sport video (also in Tangy Tube).

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Invent a Sport That Can Be Played with Social Distance (1:43)

Students - John Spencer suggests you do this activity with a partner(s). If you choose to do so, use Google Docs or Google Drawings to collaborate. Be inspired to create a sport that can be played while being physically distant.

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Build Your Own Bionic Hand - STEM Projects for Kids. Engineer A Simple Robot Hand (5:35)

Build your own bionic hand. Supplies: soft plastic container (recycled) cardstock or index card to make paper straws masking tape scissors pencil string paint stirring stick or sturdy cardboard cardboard

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LA Makerspace: Hands-on AI for Kids! (3:30)

So that's how artificial intelligence works! Supplies: cardboard egg cartons scissors bits of sponge or other recycled materials or dried beans paper pencil clips

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DIY Pop Up Card | 3D Emoji Birthday Cards | Easy Crafts For Kids (5:24)

Learn how to make a pop-up card. If you layer pop-up cards, you can make a pop-up book.

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How To Make A Simple Pop-Up Card (3:06)

Learn how to make a simple pop-up card.

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Drawing with Mr. J: Cat Attacking a City (3:04)

The drawing challenge in episode four is “a cat attacking a city.” Mr. J invites students to consider why a giant cat would attack a city, as he explores what it means to feel angry. He shares personal safe strategies for recognizing and processing anger. from WOSU Teacher's guide: https://wosu.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/drawing-with-mrj-cat-attacking-a-city-video-companion.pdf

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Drawing with Mr. J.: A Donut Playing A Sport (3:33)

Mr. J invites students to draw A Donut Playing Sports as they explore the feelings associated with disappointment. He shares personal strategies for processing these emotions as well as the importance of sharing our experiences with others. from WOSU Teacher's guide: https://wosu.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/03/drawing-with-mrj-donut-playing-sports-video-companion.pdf

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Drawing With Mr. J: Prickly: A Plant with a Face (3:25)

Mr. J invites students to draw their own plant with a face, while he explores what it means to feel grumpy and prickly like a cactus. He shares personal strategies for processing this feeling as well as the importance of sharing our emotions with others. from WOSU Teacher's guide: https://wosu.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/02/drawing-with-mrj-plant-with-a-face-video-companion.pdf

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Drawing with Mr. J. #1: Fruit Dance Party (3:27)

Mr. J invites students to draw Fruit Dance Party as they identify how basic emotions, like happiness, show on our faces when we are having fun or trying something new. He discusses how sharing our emotions is important. Teacher Guide / Plan https://wosu.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/02/drawing-with-mrj-fruit-dance-party-video-companion.pdf

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"The Book Boys" Learn Life Lessons from "Save Me A Seat" (2:36)

Scholastic's "The Book Boys" Learn Life Lessons from "Save Me A Seat"

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THE DECEIVERS Chapter One (10:13)

read by the author Spoiler alert: If you haven't read book one yet, you may not want to watch this yet.

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Lauren Tarshis Virtual School Visit for I Survived Readers (18:19)

Lauren Tarshis can't do school visits now so she created a virtual school visit video.

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For the Heroes: A Pep Talk From Kid President (4:15)

For the Heroes: A Pep Talk From Kid President

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The Boy Who Grew Flowers (Literally Cultured Read Aloud) (10:18)

The Boy Who Grew Flowers (Literally Cultured Read Aloud) Title: The Boy Who Grew Flowers Author: Jen Wojtowicz Illustrator: Steve Adams

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Front Desk by Kelly Yang (1:02)

booktalked by author

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Front Desk by Kelly Yang (1:02)

booktalked by author

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Home by Carson Ellis (2:12)

Author, Carson Ellis, tells what inspired her to write and illustrate Home.

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Oliver Jeffers reads Stuck

read by the author

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Read, Read, Read read by Amy VanDerWater

Poet VanDerWater talks about the different types of things we read - not just books - maps, field guides.

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Little Bird Song lyrics by Brad Montague, music by Emily Arrow (3:25)

lyrics by Brad Montague music by Emily Arrow from YouTube

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Sky High: The True Story of Maggie Gee (Literally Cultured Read Aloud) (11:35)

from YouTube Author: Marissa Moss Illustrator: Carl Angel

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Beautiful Shades of Brown: The Art of Laura Wheeler Waring (Literally Cultured Read Aloud) (9:37)

from YouTube Biography of the artist Author: Nancy Churnin Illustrator: Felicia Marshall

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Grace Lin reads from "The Year of the Dog" (8:02)

read by the author with permission from YouTube

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Jasmine Toguchi Flamingo Keeper by Debbi Michiko Florence

Jasmine and her sister receive Bodhidharma dolls. If you don't already know, find out what they are and be ready to make a wish! writing prompt included

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Dictionary for a Better World by Charles Waters (2:44)

Poet, Charles Waters, shares some of his poems and encourages readers to write poetry and make the world a better place. shared with permission

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Tracking Pythons Read-Aloud by Kate Messner (7:08)

from YouTube read by the author with permission Invasive Species

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I Survived the Sinking of the Titanic, 1912 Chapters 1 & 2 (8:42)

read with permission by Lauren Tarshis from YouTube

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The Pledge of Allegiance

Pledge FTES SPIRIT WEEK MILITARY RECOGNITION WEAR PURPLE

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Asha Christensen at TEDxKids (2:41)

from YouTube TEDxKids

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How Crayons are Made (5:17)

from YouTube: Discovery UK

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Citation for Beginners (3:14)

from YouTube: Imagine Easy Solutions

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Citing Sources: Why & How to Do It (5:37)

4th - 5th grade watch the first 3 minutes and 29 seconds

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How to Write a Research Paper for Kids | Episode 4 | Writing a Draft (3:42)

from YouTube: Teaching Without Frills briefly mentions "use your own words"

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How to Evaluate Sources for Reliability (3:48)

Discusses ways to evaluate websites for reliability, accuracy, biases, etc. from YouTube - Writing Videos for Kids

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Big Changes in the Big Forest: Crash Course Kids #38.2 (4:38)

how animals change their environment 2nd grade science

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Writing Gratitude ETHEREEs with Liz Garton Scanlon

Learn how to write a 10 line poem called an Etheree. The first line starts with one syllable. Each line gets one additional syllable. posted with permission

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Bilal Cooks Dal

by Aisha Saeed posted with permission

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I'm Bored!

I'm Bored read by Michael Ian Black. Special feature: how to draw emotional potatoes with Debbie Ridpath Ohi, illustrator Read-aloud Thanks to Simon & Schuster for special permission to share this read-aloud

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THE BRILLIANT DEEP: REBUILDING THE WORLD’S CORAL REEFS

Author, Kate Messner, reads aloud her book.

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Grace Lin Teaches How to Draw a Chinese Dragon

Meet author, Grace Lin, and learn how to draw a Chinese dragon. Have fun!

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FT TRAILBLAZER NEWS

March 12, 2020

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Green Screen Tutorial (WeVideo)

This video shows how to use the green screen feature in WeVideo.

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The Green Screen Tricks

Check out this video to get some creative ideas for using the green screen effect in WeVideo.

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01:31

Omo Chio

Japanese hand clapping game

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My Media Choices (CommonSenseMedia.org) 4th-5th grades

"Students will be able to: Learn the "What? When? How Much?" framework for describing their media choices. Use this framework and their emotional responses to evaluate how healthy different types of media choices are. Begin to develop their own definition of a healthy media balance." from CommonSenseMedia.org

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We the Digital Citizens (CommonSenseMedia.org) 2nd & 3rd grades

"Students will be able to: Understand that being a good digital citizen means being safe and responsible online. Take a pledge to be a good digital citizen." from CommonSenseMedia.org

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Pause and Think (CommonSenseMedia.org) 1st grade

"Students will be able to: Understand the importance of being safe, responsible, and respectful online. Learn the "Pause & Think Online" song to remember basic digital citizenship concepts." from CommonSenseMedia.org

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02:00

Jason Tharp - Super Easy Bee drawing

Jason Tharp shows us how to draw a bee.

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05:59

Power of Words (via Common Sense Media)

Digital Citizenship video 2min 42 sec 3rd - 5th grades

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02:42

Quit Smoking & Vaping

Stop Smoking video created by 5th graders during Genius Hour.

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01:02

STEM Make an Amazing Marble Maze

Watch this video to see how to create a marble maze using LEGOs.

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03:55

Runaway Twin Book Trailer

4th graders created this book trailer based on Kehret's book.

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01:37

Sock-tober Group 2

Mrs. Defenbaugh's 2nd graders are collecting socks to be donated to homeless shelters.

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