Week of March 20, 2023 | TK-5 | Final CYRM Picture Book & VOTE
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Dozens of Doughnuts, by Carrie Finison
A bear makes batch after batch of doughnuts for her woodland friends without saving any for herself.
The Hole Story of the Doughnut, by Pat Miller
Tells how a 16-year-old kitchen boy aboard a ship in the 1800s had the idea to cut out the centers of fried cakes' middles with the lid of a pepper can so the dough would cook all the way through.
Video The Hole Story of the Doughnut presented by Mr. Wolfe Reads
Video How Krispy Kreme doughnuts are made
Video Arnie the Doughnut by Laurie Keller read by Chris O'Dowd
Arnie much more than an average doughnut, round, iced and deliciously sprinkled.
Crafty Connection Doughnut coloring sheet
Week of March 20, 2023 | 4th & 5th Grade | CA Young Reader Medal
Picture Books for Older Readers Conclude and VOTE
Optional Novel Reading Challenge | Voting Party March 29
Holes in the Sky, by Patricia Polacco
Trish, mourning the passing of her beloved grandmother, moves with her family to Oakland, CA and becomes part of a diverse community that comes together to help a grieving neighbor. Part 2 of 2
Website Joshua Tree Visitor's Guide to the night sky
Optional Reading Challenge Students in fourth and fifth grade are invited to participate in an optional novel reading challenge. students qualify to participate by completing this questionnaire and returning it to Mrs. Snively by this Friday, March 24. Voting day is Wednesday, March 29 during lunch. Participants will eat their lunch in the library, vote, and receive prizes and giveaways. This challenge is not part of the CYRM program.
Week of March 20, 2023 | 4th Grade | Author Visit
Curriculum Connections: Social Emotional Learning/Social Issues
In this children's story, a Korean American boy and a Black girl become friends and help the adults in their lives learn an important lesson about overcoming differences. The authors are a former Grand View parent and student. CA Young Reader Medal presentations will resume next week for 4th grade.