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    Hello AES Families,

    Everything sure is topsy-turvy for all of us right now.  I hope you are all getting a chance to share and enjoy some great books together.

    Here are some other links for you to explore:

    www.scholastic.com/learnathome

    https://abdodigital.com/?tk=414F33301B8E136DEE3F0A93BF1795E1

    Assignments

    In the section below, you will find Kindergarten and First Grade assignments.

    Below that, are links to my Google Classroom pages for my second, third and fourth graders!

    I miss you all and hope to see you soon. 

     Mrs. Peg

    AES Librarian

  • Kindergarten - Week of April 6

    AES Kindergarten:  I hope you are all doing well and getting chances to do some reading together with your families.  This week, I would like you to listen to a story called Bugs! Bugs! Bugs! By Bob Barner.  It can be found in Tumblebooks (listed here on the menu on our Library page).  Once in Tumblebooks, click on Index (shown in the top blue bar), then click on the letter "B" and scroll down until you find Bugs! Bugs! Bugs!, then click on the title and once the book comes up, click on the "Play Video"

    Assignment:  After listening to the story, please draw a cool picture of any of the bugs in the story.  Remember to do careful Kindergarten coloring. Have an adult take a photo of your drawing and email it to me. 

    My email is:   margaret.crissinger@amesburyma.org

  • First Grade - Week of April 6th

    Hello AES First Graders.   I hope you are all doing well and getting chances to do some reading together with your families.  As you will remember, we have been reading Fairy Tales in library class, not just the standard ones most of us know, but different versions of them, like  “Goldisocks and the Three Libearians”, “The Three Snowbears” and a class favorite, “Goldilocks and the Three Dinosaurs” by Mo Willems. After we read that one, some of you got inspired to create a version of your own “Goldilocks and the Three Owls”, “Goldilocks and the Three Lizards”, “Goldilocks and the Three Unicorns”.   

    This week,  I would like you to check out a different version of the classic story The Three Billy Goats Gruff. It can be found in Tumblebooks (listed here on the menu on our Library page), go to the StoryBook tab/section, then scroll down to Fables and Fairy Tales.  The book  is Bully Goat Grim by Willy Claffin.    

     Assignment:   Write a few sentences and let me know what you liked or didn’t like about the story.  Have an adult take a photo of your paper and email it to me.

    My email is:   margaret.crissinger@amesburyma.org