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Scholastic Reading Question Stems: These are questions that you can ask your students to deepen their thinking as they read. They align with the requirements of 4th grade standards.

Digital Learning Day Activities (last updated at 6:20pm on 3/18/20)
1. Students may read books on myOn and use the graphic organizers below to record and organize their learning.
2. DCSS recently opened up the option for students to complete AR tests at home. After students finish a book ~ on myOn or otherwise ~, they should take the AR test and work towards meeting their personal AR goal. This is accessed through Renaissance Learning on the portal.
3. They can update their Reading Log on Google Classroom.
4. Students can complete an online book report on a book that they've read. The Techie Teacher has some great ideas here.
5. Virtual Field Trips (the link is below).
6. The Cincinnati Zoo is hosting a Home Safari live video on Facebook every day at 3pm. This ties in with science standards. To incorporate reading and writing standards, students can read a book or article about the animal they learned about and then can write a report sharing what they learned about the animal.
7. Other online resources that are currently free can also be found at the link below.
8. Join one of the book club classes on Google Classroom. We will be reading fictional stories that take place during the Civil War and discussing different literary elements from the books. You can earn extra credit by participating in one of these book clubs.

                         The Songs of Stone River: Google Classroom code is q23h7es
                         Lincoln and His Boys: Google Classroom code is ugnr4ip

9. Parents, you can create your own free ReadWorks account. From there, you can add your child(ren) to a class to support reading comprehension. Click here for more information.