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Walnut Hill LibGuide Home: 4th Grade

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4th Grade

 

 

 

 

eBooks

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Password: birthdate MMDDYY

 Library class code = RYM3828

 

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We picture a world where all children have access to an abundance of books that celebrate their languages and cultures and cultivate a life-long love of reading.

 

 

Walnut Hill Library Resources

Many of our resources require passwords that are unique to each school site. Go to your school web page, and click on "library."  Please email erin.solheim@ops.org if you need additional assistance.

 

Other Resources

Password required for at-home use.
 

NebraskAccess offers free 24/7 access for Nebraska residents to premium databases containing thousands of full text popular magazine and journal articles; primary source documents; and research resources for K-12 students.

Explora (Primary)

 

 

Explora is a database with research articles designed for a variety of students and levels. 

Also includes an Educator’s Edition which offers lesson plans, support materials, and professional development resources.

Folett Lightbox

 

Lightbox is a multimedia educational space that encourages students to see learning in a whole new light. Lightbox incorporates videos, Google Maps, worksheets, audio, quizzes, and other exciting interactive features.

 

Supplemental resources for all students during school closures

Please note:  These resources are supplemental to what is provided for by the school each week, not required.  Please ask if there are questions in regards to any of these links.

 

 

 

 

Content Area Links

 

Click Sign up to create a free parent account and have your child begin with 1st Grade Measurement, Data, & Geometry

Click Sign up for a free account. It is important to focus on thinking strategies instead of speed when helping students develop fluency

Geology.com

These websites provide interactive learning opportunities, virtual field trips, and videos for your students.

Smithsonian GeoGallery

These websites provide interactive learning opportunities, virtual field trips, and videos for your students.

Ashfall Fossil Beds

These websites provide interactive learning opportunities, virtual fieldtrips, and videos for your students.

Prehistoric Planet

These websites provide interactive learning opportunities, virtual fieldtrips, and videos for your students.

This video explains why Nebraska has a Unicameral government and how a bill becomes a law

This informational text explains about Nebraska’s Unicameral Government

This is a virtual tour of Nebraska’s Capitol

This website gives ideas on how to learn about different cultures. Students could do some of these activities with different cultures in Nebraska.

This website gives information on Nebraska History.

Geology

These websites provide interactive learning opportunities, virtual field trips, and videos for your students.

These websites provide interactive learning opportunities, virtual field trips, and videos for your students.

These websites provide interactive learning opportunities, virtual fieldtrips, and videos for your students.

These websites provide interactive learning opportunities, virtual fieldtrips, and videos for your students.

PE Go Noodle

 

 

Art

Tate Museum -

  • Play free games and quizzes
  • Find art activities
  • Explore homework help
  • Share your art with Tate Kids

National Gallery of Art - 

  • NGAkids interactives offers an entertaining and informative introduction to art and art history   
  • Featuring a variety of art-making tools that encourage exploration and creativity, these computer-based activities are suitable for all ages

Smithsonian Learning Lab - 

  • Smithsonian Learning Lab puts the treasures of the world's largest museum, education, and research complex within reach
  • The Lab is a free, interactive platform for discovering millions of authentic digital resources, creating content with online tools, and sharing in the Smithsonian's expansive community of knowledge and learning

Met Kids

  • Explore The Met
  • Watch behind-the-scenes videos
  • Travel through more than 5,000 years of art
  • Discover fun facts about works of art
  • Try out creative projects for at home or in the galleries

Technology Skills

Folktales and Fables

 

Explore the fables. Do they have all the same characteristics of a fable that are listed on our anchor chart?

 

 

 

Draw one of the fables that you liked and remember.

What was the lesson or moral?

Is it a good fable? Why or why not

 

 

 

 

 

 

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