Another great source for books is the public library. The link here: http://www.solanolibrary.com/ebooks-and-more will take you to their e-book resources as local branches are closed. If you don’t have a library card, they do have an online registration to get a code and this will allow you to access the e-books with that digital library card.
Finally, the main assignment we want students to work on this week is a 5-day reflective journal. Students should write near the end of their day thinking back on what they did and how they’re doing. I highly suggest small goal setting, even if it’s something as simple as making sure to put away laundry after you have folded it. For students struggling to write a list of journal prompts is provided to give them a starting place. Students should write for at least 10 minutes, whatever comes to mind. I challenge writers to try and write for a few more minutes every day. Don’t be hard on yourself if you’re totally stuck, just write what comes to mind and what you want to share. Journals can be written in a word document and shared at the end of the week or on paper. Make sure you're starting a journal entry with the date. I'll be posting examples and journaling along on my website.
As always we are available to answer questions by email, Aeries messenger, and the teacher Instagram (mrs.g_loves_lit). Stay healthy and safe!