We are challenging our students to read 20+ minutes a day, students avoid the “summer academic slide” and maintain or advance academic gains. To support summer reading and learning, The Cobb County School District’s Library Media Education Department, in conjunction with the Cobb County Public Library, challenges all students to read 1,500 minutes this summer. This year we will once again use Biblionasium!
Here are some FAQ
How does my student log minutes for the Summer Reading Challenge?
Visit www.biblionasium.com/summerreading and choose the middle box for the Cobb County School District; students login using student number and the password used to log into the computer at school. If prompted, enter the state of Georgia and your school. Add books to your Biblionasium bookshelf and then log minutes in the reading log. You can also watch this video to learn more.
What do I do if my student forgot his/her username or password?
Call the Cobb County School District Customer Care Center at 770-514-2500. Hours are Monday – Thursday, 7 am – 5:30 pm, from May 27th through July 31st.
For more information visit https://www.cobbsummerreading.com/
If you have, please make a book review video using flipgrid! Click here to go to the flipgrid page. All you have to do is log in with your office 365 email (this is usually email@example.com) and the password you use to get on the computer. If you are using a phone or tablet, download the flipgrid app, and use the flip code 4su7vr8 I hope to see some reviews!
Also, if you have a book you would like for me to purchase you can make a video telling me why I should purchase that book! Make sure you put your video under the correct topic.
Click here to try and breakout!
Please go to this website to answer questions 1-6.
Please use this website to answer questions 7-10.
Once you have completed the webquest you can make a sway about Dr. Seuss life.
The public library is holding a reading challenge, see flyers below for more info!
Click here to see how to use Biblionasium to log your minutes!
First grade is reviewing landforms. They loved drawing a desert!
All students should have received a 6 Flags reading log. Students who read and log 6 hours by Feb. 27 will be given a free ticket o 6 Flags.
To do this webquest you will need to use the Cobb Digital Library. Once you are logged in go to:
-Type in Martin Luther King Jr.
Then read the article and answer questions 1-6.
Please use this site to answer numbers 7-12. You will need to read the entire article to answer the questions.