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Thursday, June 13 • 10:30am - 11:45am
Summer Slide

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Using a picture book as an anchor, you can implement a sensory experience, a reading concept, a mathematics concept, and a STEM activity (ALIGNED TO THE CCSS) for students entering grades 1-4.
We will present various picture books and the sensory, reading, mathematics, and STEM activity to accompany them. We will provide the standards that are covered by each activity. Participants will work through an example of a STEM activity that correlates with the book for that day. Everyone in attendance will receive a handout that will provide the supply list and any resources needed to complete these activities. A PowerPoint will be used as a visual during the presentation.
Presenters will lead the table groups in a brainstorm for how they can do their own Summer Slide Activities based on a picture book that is provided at their tables. The presenters will collect information from the brainstorming activities in the wrap up discussion which will be emailed out to those in attendance. The session will end with any questions the participants have on creating a summer slide program in general.



Speakers
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Misty Dietrich

Classroom Teacher, St Paul School
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David Pancurak

Principal, Saint Paul School
I have a passion for infusing the STEM / STEAM / STREAM concepts into the curriculum. I believe the child should be the center of their learning experience, and through the use of Project Based Learning through the use of STEM they will own their learning experiences. There are no... Read More →



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