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What to do about books in the new "socially distant" classroom...

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Full Member
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2 years ago
Hello all,

I believe we are not allowed to share books at this time when we go back into the classroom. I also do not have access to 1v1 devices for online books. What are you suggestions so that I am able to get some type of reading material in their hands on a daily basis? Thank you!
Basic Member
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2 years ago
I am using Destiny Discover, TumbleBooks, Storyline Online, Epic, Vooks and Overdrive for now.
Full Member
+5
2 years ago
I have a subscription to Reading A-Z and can print individual books out for my students that they can keep. Teachers Pay Teachers is a great resource - you can just search for ¨free printable books.¨
Full Member
+11
2 years ago
Thank you both for the resources!

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Basic Member
+5
2 years ago
If you search for etext version you should find many free titles - I created a Google Slide "library" with links to the texts.

Here is a place to begin: https://www.livebinders.com/play/play?id=843514

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Full Member
+11
2 years ago
Excellent, thank you!
Basic Member
2 years ago
https://www.storylineonline.net/ check it out.
Full Member
+13
1 year ago
Quote from npira@bellecreekcs.org
Hello all,

I believe we are not allowed to share books at this time when we go back into the classroom. I also do not have access to 1v1 devices for online books. What are you suggestions so that I am able to get some type of reading material in their hands on a daily basis? Thank you!
Full Member
+7
1 year ago
Stacks of magazines (I had lots of back issues from the library, and several bags of donated Boys Life, Ranger Rick, National Geographic Kids, etc. from several years ago) - kids keep the issues they select to read.
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