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Magic Tree House Master Librarian Book Club
Sit down, open a book, point to a picture of an ancient civilization, and tell the tree house that you want to go there to solve the riddle to complete the mission with Annie and Jack.
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Once per week
over 8 weeks
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per learner - per class
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Meets multiple times at scheduled times
Live video chats, recorded and monitored for safety and quality
Discussions via classroom forum and private messages with the teacher
Great for engaging projects and interacting with diverse classmates from other states and countries
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Sit down, open a book, point to a picture, and tell the magical tree house that you want to go to complete a master librarian mission with Annie and Jack. You know there are no two treehouses that are the same of course but this one is, well let's just say it's a little bit magical. Meet up with Morgan, Merlin, Teddy, Kathleen and maybe even Penny as they help to solve a few riddles to learn about everyday magic. The Magic Treehouse books are great for children ages 6-9. They appeal to both...
Reading and vocabulary development Comprehension Fine Motor skills Problem solving Logic and reasoning Social and emotional learning Public speaking
Weekly reading (20 minutes over the week normally completes the book) Write at least 3 trivia questions Create a special project Prepare for games
Books can be found at the library physically and online (print, eBook and audio). Used book stores sell them fro $1-$2 each. Scholastic Books series the whole series for nearly the price of used books (my recommendation) and you can find many people including the author on Youtube reading the books. The physical book is helpful in class but not required. Week 1: The Knight at Dawn #2 Week 2: Night of the Ninjas #5 Week 3: Vikings Ships at Sunrise #15 Week 4: Hour of the Olympics #16 Week 5: Warriors in Winter #31 Week 6: Late Lunch with Llamas #34 Week 7: Seasons of the Sandstrom MM #6 Week 8: Stallion by Starlight MM #21 Other supplies: Each week there will be an craft activity download for the class that you will need to print out. Printouts, glue, tape, construction paper, scissors, pencils, crayons, oil pastels, cardboard
1 hour per week in class, and an estimated 1 - 2 hours per week outside of class.
Week 1: The Knight at Dawn #2 Week 2: Night of the Ninjas #5 Week 3: Vikings Ships at Sunrise #15 Week 4: Hour of the Olympics #16 Week 5: Warriors in Winter #31 Week 6: Late Lunch with Llamas #34 Week 7: Seasons of the Sandstrom MM #6 Week 8: Stallion by Starlight MM #21
For the Love of Reading
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329 total reviews
281 completed classes
I'm Kyria Kalata, author, tutor, ESL teacher, the founder of the House of Education, a former TV journalist and a veteran homeschool mom that tried aALL the mainstream educational options. My classes are focused on reading, writing, and goal...