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Book club for homeschool students

Tue. 09/06/2016

Books Alive!

A book club for homeschool students with learning differences

Wednesdays, October 5 – November 16

Each week, students will explore jury-reviewed literature through a multi-sensory approach in a small group setting. Parents will join in the group for the last fifteen minutes of each class and receive extension activities to complement the week’s session. All materials are included except for the cost of the books. $290 / student


Bookworms (Grades 1-3) • 10:00 am – 11:30 am
Our primary group will start by reading some of the Frog and Toad stories by Arnold Lobel. The group will then explore/read various books by authors such as Eric Carle, Dr. Seuss, and Louis Sachar.


Bibliophiles (Grades 4-6) • 11:30 am – 1:00 pm
Our intermediate group will start by reading Fish in a Tree by Lynda Mullaly Hunt. The group will then explore/read various books by authors such as Mary Ann Hoberman, Jon Scieszka, Lucy Maud Montgomery, and Christopher Paul Curtis.


Location: Edgewater Books, 131 Mitchells Chance Rd

Contact: Nancy Rhodes, Coordinator, Summit Resource Center
410-798-0005 x147 •

Download the Books Alive flyer with Registration Form.
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