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MBM 2020
  • CONGRATULATIONS, Nobody Likes a Goblin is our 2020 March May Book Madness Champion!  Thanks to everyone for reading, sharing, and voting for the books.  Feel free to reread them here!  Here's the final vote breakdown: 

    It's Not Hansel and Gretel: 51 votes         Nobody Likes a Goblin: 61 votes

     

     

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  • We were heartbroken to have had to cancel our author visit with David Shannon.  However, the safety of our students and staff takes precedent.  Luckily, Mr. Shannon is sharing readings of many of his books on his IGtv.  I've posted The Rain Came Down above.  He has also posted many more of his books on his IGtv, so if you're looking for a good story, find him there.  

     

     

    Although we are not seeing each other in person, the school library & I are still here for you! I purchased lots of e-books that you can read at home on your devices.  Go to Destiny Discover and check one out today! Please don't hesitate to reach out to me if you have any questions, concerns, or just to say hello! 

    ~Mrs. Auld

     

    The votes are in for the Illinois Readers Choice Awards! Thanks to everyone who read and shared this year's books. This year's winners are:

     

    monarch The Monarch Award:  Baby Monkey, Private Eye by Brian Selznik

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    bluestem The Bluestem Award: Real Friends by Shannon Hale and LeUyen Pham

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    caudill The Caudill Award:  Refugee by Alan Gratz

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     Crafts  Makerspace crafts & activities

    Dremel 3D Printing - Learn about 3D Printing at Carol Stream School 

    Code.org  Code.org

    Photos for Class   Photos for Class

     

    Image Quest   Image Quest

     

     P4L  Pics 4 Learning

     

    Image result for kahoot image  Kahoot

     

    Image result for quizlet Quizlet

     
     
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