Lower School Library

Lower School Web Links

First graders will be enjoying this book in theiribrary classes: Calvin can’t fly: the story of a bookworm birdies. By Jennifer Berne [Call #: E BER]and we also watch this 2 minute video created by Sophie and Liberty ,independent filmmakers based in London. On their short the journey in a canoe on the River Shannon, they stumble across one of nature’s greatest phenomenons; a murmuration of starlings.

MLK, Jr. Virtual Birthhome Tour

Take a virtual tour from the National Park Service, with sound narration and panoramic views, of MLK’s home where he was born in Atlanta, GA.

Library of Congress: America’s Library: MLK on the timeline

Play this game: Mrs. Lodge’s Library Shelver

Practice how fiction books are shelved in a library. You may want to click on “Show Alphabet” in the upper right corner.

(Note: In this game, the fiction chapter books begin with FIC, while in our Library we use JF or E for our Lower School fiction).

Play RoytheZebra.com Alphabetical Order Game

Room Recess: play the Alphabetical Order Game

Play this game: Sort the Words

Put the words in alphabetical order.

Fact or Fiction? Play the Quiz here

Play online games & activities at Highlights for Kids online.

Play it! Read it! Make it! Share it! Find the hidden pictures, read stories, try some experiments, and send your pictures and poems. Explore this fun website.

All About Birds: Search the “Bird Guide” to listen to recorded bird songs and bird calls in this free online database from Cornell University’s Cornell Lab or Ornithology

Cornell Lab of Ornithology, Exploring and Conserving Nature

Wall of Birds from the Cornell Lab of Ornithology: Evolution & Diversity. An online interactive to zoom, click, browse and vote about birds.

Visit the birds with great photos and facts at the San Diego Zoo

Watch their Blue Macaw on video

Click here for a convenient link to Tech time with Mrs. Harlan

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Moorestown Friends School is a community rooted in Quaker values and dedicated to the pursuit of educational excellence for a diverse student body within an academically rigorous and balanced program emphasizing personal, ethical and spiritual growth.