Try and read for a minimum of 20 minutes each day either alone or with a family member. Below are some activities that correlate with the read aloud titles.
To keep your place as you read, create a bookmark! Decorate it and draw a picture on one side. Write your name on the other side!
Read Aloud Videos and Activities
Click to watch Ms. Good read Bunny Loves To Write Hi! After you have listened to the read aloud story Bunny Loves To Writeby Peter Bently, you could ask permission to go outside in your yard and observe nature. Take a notebook with you and write down some ideas that inspire you! Just like Bunny, you could write about what you see and create some illustrations that tell your story!
Click to watch Ms. Good read Duck! Rabbit! After you have finished listening to Duck! Rabbit!, you may be inspired to create your own optical illusion creature like Anteater! Brachiosaurus! using paper and pencils.
Click to watch Ms. Good read Dragons Love Tacos Hi! After you have enjoyed Dragons Love Tacos, you may be inspired to make some tacos for lunch or dinner! You MUST ask a grown up to help you with this activity! You could also draw an illustration of your favorite dragon from the story. Is he eating a spicy taco?
Click to watch Ms. Good read Lady Pancake And Sir French Toast Hi! After you have listened to Lady Pancake And Sir French Toast, you might be inspired to make some delicious french toast for breakfast or lunch! You MUST ask a grown up at home for help with this easy recipe!
Easy French Toast Recipe for Kids
1 Tsp pure vanilla extract
1/2 Tsp Cinnamon Powder
1/4 cup milk
4 slices of bread
Add the egg, vanilla and cinnamon in a bowl. Whisk it well.
Add the milk next and keep stirring.
Now, take a bread slice and dip it into the egg mixture. Make sure the mixture coats both sides of the bread.
Melt butter in a nonstick pan.
Place the bread in the pan and cook until it turns golden brown on both sides.
Drizzle with syrup and enjoy!
Click to watch Ms. Good read Each Kindness After you have enjoyed this story by Poet Laureate Jacqeline Woodson, draw a picture of you being kind to someone else. Perhaps this is a person in your family, a friend or a sibling!
Click to watch Ms. Good read Poetry SLAM titles After you have listened to some poetry SLAM titles, it is a great time to write some poetry on your own in preparation for our Poetry SLAM to be held at the end of April!
Click to watch Ms. Good read Mousetronaut After you have enjoyed reading about the “almost true” story of mice in space by real life astronaut Mark Kelly, you could build your own spaceship! Look up some information online about the Apollo 11 and 13 space flights!
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