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With schools closed for Coronavirus (COVID-19) concerns this week, many teachers across the world are offering digital class projects and story times.
Teachers across Fremont County are participating in a movement to record themselves reading a book aloud. Several teachers at Wyoming Indian Elementary School have posted their story times on the Chiefs Nation group page (unfortunately since that’s a Facebook group page we can’t share them here.)
A few Riverton-area teachers are posting their videos on the respective school Facebook pages, too. If you’ve got some kids that could use a digital story time, check out the works below from Jackson Elementary School, Aspen Early Learning Center, and Ashgrove Elementary School!
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AELC Read Alouds Day 1
Posted by Aspen Early Learning Center on Wednesday, March 18, 2020
Good Morning Ashgrove Stallions! Mrs. Newberry here. This is one of my favorite read alouds and I hope you enjoy it too! Here is, "We Don't Eat Our Classmates." ❤
Posted by Ashgrove Elementary School on Thursday, March 19, 2020
Here’s a few other suggestions if you’re at home with youngsters!
- An easy art project suggested by Jackson Elementary’s Mrs. Rotroff
- 20 Virtual field trips to take with your kids
- Teachers across the country read books
- Over 100 indoor activities for kids