Parent & Afterschool Resources by Grade
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|Grades 9 - 10|
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Resources for Grades 9 – 10
From texts to e-mails to websites, teens may not realize how much they read and write every day. Help them understand—and make the most of—the reading and writing they do outside of school.
|Activities & Projects|
Let children practice using different types of words in a fill-in-the-blank-story game before making their own word list for a magnetic poetry set.
In this activity teens are encouraged to explore their reading history as they remember books they liked reading as children and then revisit these old favorites.
|Games & Tools|
The Flip Book allows users to type and illustrate tabbed flip books up to ten pages long.
|Tips & How To's|
By teaching teens some basic guidelines about online safety, you can help make sure the time they spend online is safe.
This printout helps young writers focus on characteristics of well-written children’s picture storybooks and what makes them unique.
Readers of picture books and graphic novels know that visual images sometimes tell a story in a way that words cannot. Tune in to hear about newly-published middle grade and young adult fiction, graphic novels, biographies, travel memoirs, and informational books, all of which use visual material in ways that enrich the text’s meaning.
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