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First Book Marketplace  Let’s Get eReading! 

Thanks to your child’s educator/librarian, you are now able to download and use the Open eBooks app for free. With this app, you and your child can access a library of thousands of popular and award-winning eBooks for free!

 We hope the Open eBooks app helps you to further support and engage in your child’s learning and foster their love of reading beyond the classroom.

 Your code and PIN: Students and parents may pick up individual codes in the front office or the Media Center.

 How to download the App:

1. Go to the App Store on your device (Apple or Android).

2. Search for “Open eBooks” and follow the instructions to download.

3. Open the app.

4. Agree to any terms and conditions.

5. Enter your code and PIN combination (provided above) when prompted.

6. Browse the catalog of books available.

7. Download eBooks of interest to your child and enjoy reading!

 Please note: when using the app, standard data rates apply. Check with your school, afterschool program or library to see if they have free wireless access that you can use when downloading books.

Please note: You can download 10 eBooks at a time. Each eBook will be available for 56 days before it must be renewed. That’s it! Enjoy!

Summer vacations are a happy time for our students and school personnel. Use it for rest, play, worthwhile recreation, and save a portion of the experience for its educational value. We urge each of you to do worthwhile reading, travel to interesting places, use opportunities for useful and productive work, find instructive and cultural programs on TV and podcasts or radio programs, take advantage of camps, remembering that each of these activities will broaden and enrich our lives. Here are some ideas for the summer! When the summer months are over, we hope to have all of you back healthy and safe.

Image result for summer vacations  Happy vacation!!

 Shana Jordan
 Media Specialist
 Martha Ellen Stilwell School of the Arts 

  • Visit your local library for books, games, programs, lunch, and study.

  • The 2nd Sunday of each month from 1:00-4:00 is free at the High Museum and includes family programming.

  • Fernbank Science Museum is a free museum with special programs.

  • Check out programs and trails offered at Reynold’s Nature Preserve, Newman Wetlands Center, and the Southern Conservation Trust.

  • Check out the Clayton County Recreation Center for programs and activities.

  • Check out The Beach for programs and activities ranging from festivals to movie nights.

  • Go to an outdoor concert in Jonesboro.

  • Clayton State University offers great sports camps.

  • Visit a pick-your-own fruit farm or a working farm or dairy.

  • Make a menu, research and read the recipe, shop for the ingredients, and prepare a simple dish!

  • Play board or card games.

  • Visit multiple parks in the area. Keep a journal about what was good about each park and make comparisons.

  • Conduct simple science experiments. Keep a journal with your observations.

  • Study maps of the United States and the world and research places you might like to visit.

  • Take a college tour.

  • Build a fairy garden out of things found in the yard or collected on a walk in the woods.

  • Use your imagination…

     

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