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Amy Sklansky, one of our most popular content providers, and has written several books, including “a sweet and zany story of friendships lost and found” – The Duck Who Played the Kazoo. Today during her free videoconference for New Links to New Learning members, Amy read her story to students… and played kazoo, too!! There was a brief question and answer session between the author and the participating schools: Fairmount Elementary in the Francis Howell School District and Hanna Woods in the Parkway School District.
Amy has conducted several videoconferences this year at Cooperating School Districts in St. Louis, Missouri, including Egg-speriments, Cooking a Book, and Inside a Poet’s Mind. She had the pleasure of visiting one of the schools she frequently videoconferences with, Independence Elementary, and was gifted with a book of student poetry!
Look for Amy to return to CSD next fall to offer more of her videoconferences!
Today author Amy Sklansky connected over videoconference to students in Indiana to conduct some Egg-speriments, using her book, Where Do Chicks Come From? Amy has other videoconference opportunities lined up this spring through Cooperating School Districts, and it’s not too late to sign up!
New Links to New Learning author Amy Sklansky will participate in a story time videoconference on the morning of May 11, connecting with up to three schools interactively & two as view-only (per session). Amy will conduct two sessions, one at 9:15 a.m. CDT and the second at 10 a.m. CDT. Each free* videoconference is about 30 minutes long and the target audience is kindergarten and first grade classrooms.
Amy, one of our most popular content providers, and has written several books, including “a sweet and zany story of friendships lost and found” – The Duck Who Played the Kazoo. Amy will read this story to students… and play kazoo, too!! There will be a brief question and answer session. For New Links to New Learning members, this videoconference is free! (*For nonmembers, the fee is $50 per site). To see supplemental materials for teachers, visit Amy’s website!
Kindergarten and first grade teachers, please sign up with Cooperating School Districts no later than Friday, April 30 – though spaces fill up fast, and you’ll need to reserve your space as soon as possible. MOREnet will bridge the event.
Amy will also conduct her Inside a Poet’s Mind videoconference on April 22 and May 4. For more information at that program, click here.