Kids across the country love when April Fool’s Day lands on a school day. Beware, student teachers, April 1 is this Friday! Join in on the fun with an April Fool book like one of these: Pearl and Wagner : One Funny Day and April Foolishness for stories. For super fake-out tricks I recommend 100% Pure Fake in order to gross out your family with 25 great special effects, with recipes for fake snot, vomit, chocolate milk spills, and more. Trick your …
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Hoorah for the first day of Spring! Spring Things by Bob Raczka and illustrated by Judy Stead is found at JUV R1238s.
Tags: Pi Day
Pi, Greek letter (╥), is the symbol for the ratio of the circumference of a circle to its diameter. Pi Day is celebrated by math enthusiasts around the world on March 14th. Why? Because Pi = 3.1415926535…
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Tags: Daylight Savings Time
Confused about the time? Check here for the time within .5 seconds. Daylight savings time was instituted during World War I and the picture below is from the Library of Congress. It is a poster announcing the passage of the Daylight Savings Bill and is a wonderful primary source to use in your classroom.
The CRC will help celebrate Literacy in the Park in the Grand Ballroom of the Student Union on March 19 from 10:00 A.M. until 3:00 P.M. This free family event will feature Alyssa Satin Capucilli, author of the Biscuit and Katy Duck books. Stop at our table to make your free bookmark. We hope to see you there!
It goes by March Madness, The Big Dance and eventually is just the Final Four, but whatever name is used, young and old alike enjoy their hoops. We’ve got basketball books for all ages, both nonfiction and fiction, featuring both boys and girls. Share a basketball title with your little hoopster and let the reading begin! Books about basketball available in the CRC are listed HERE.