J.K. Rowling and Harry Potter

Today’s Activities

Watch & Journal

When you are done watching this video about the books and events that inspired J.K. Rowling, the author of Harry Potter, send an email to your teacher and tell them about 1 or 2 things you liked or found interesting.

Go Noodle!

Participate in at least 1 of the “good energy” movement games that you can find here on Go Noodle!

Explore It!

Who invented the book? Watch this TED video on the history and evolution of the book. When you’re done send an email to your teacher telling them one or two things that you learned or found interesting

Improve your math skills

Improve your math skills. Log into Prodigy Math. If you forgot your username or password, email your teacher.

Stay healthy

Stay healthy – build strength, improve flexibility, and stay calm and happy. Click this link for suggested physical and breathing exercises.

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Accessibility Feature

Turning on transcripts for YouTube Videos [PDF]

Learning Options

Remember that learning can happen anywhere. As we experience school and home happening in the same space, take advantage of opportunities to work on skills such as food preparation, organizing your drawers, making lists of activities to try during the day, or doing chores.

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Fun with Cooking

Fun with Cooking

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