Welcome to the South Row Library
Please return your library books at The End of the Year Parade.
Check out this amazing online resource, EPIC! (E-books, read to me books and videos.)
I have already entered all the students' names into it, all you need to do is put in Mrs. Rankin's class code. SAC4071
Go to www.getepic.com/students. Click on Students, then you will just have to enter the code, look for your student's name and Enjoy!!!
You will only be able to use this between 6 am and 4 pm.
If you would like to use it in the evening, please have your parents e-mail me firstname.lastname@example.org and
I will send them an invite (free through June) or they could sign up for a 30-day free trial.
Visit the Chelmsford Public Library for a summer
full of good books and great adventures!
Chelmsford Library Summer Reading
Please click on the link above to find Rules, Rewards, and Activities.
Storytime, Websites, Webcams and More:
What to do when you are home from school.
Read to Me-
Stories read by the author.
You will need to login using your Chelmsford Public Library account.
Local Chelmsford Librarians read for kids. Tune in to Comcast channel 22 or Verizon channel 36: 10 am, 2 pm, and 7 pm.
Free access through August. User name SRLIBRARY Password: trial
Stories read by the Sag-AFTRA Foundation. This is one of our favorites.
Astronauts read stories in space!
Other Fun Resources-
Live Eagle Webcam. Look how big the chicks have gotten!!! You can do your own eagle research through our library catalog. Go to the Library Catalog in the menu on the right side of the page. Click on South Row Elementary Library, then Catalog Type Eagle into the Find box hit return, then click on websites in the upper right corner and explore the different eagle resources.
Fun Space Games.
20 Minutes x 5 years= 608 hours of Reading Success
The more you read, the more you know.
The more you know, the smarter you grow.
The smarter you grow the stronger your voice.
For speaking you mind and making a choice.
Whether they are beginning to read or reading on their own, it is so important for students to read every night. Reading together is a great way to encourage and develop life long readers.