***Prodigy works only in Chrome or Firefox browsers.***Classic fiction video storybooks paired with interactive non-fiction ebooks.
Themes include: ABCs & 123s, adventure, animals and nature, celebrations, earth and sky, family and community, imagination, music and rhyme, people and places. 8 e Books include math non-fiction and fictional stories for emergent readers, high-interest non-fiction, fiction, and social studies texts.
Question your children about the story you are reading with them, to ensure comprehension. This will help develop your child’s oral communication skills.
Set up a quiet and cozy reading corner in your home, with your child’s favourite books within easy reach.
TVO is fulfilling its plan to focus on digital and niche kids content, part of a restructuring roadmap the Ontario pubcaster unveiled in November.
TVOKids is rolling out a week of new, multiplatform programming as part of its Back to School Week, starting Aug.
Mazo’s library program supports teaching and learning for Grades one (1) through eight (8), in both French and English, and strives to touch on all areas of the curriculum.
The library represents, without a doubt, the largest literacy classroom in the school.
As a means of ensuring greater impact, the teacher-librarian is actively involved in many aspects of classroom life, working in collaboration with teachers to plan meaningful experiences.
Here are the four (4) key areas of the Mazo library program: Teaching information skills through research and inquiry Search the Mazo Library collection using the following link…