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Hour of Code



Smithsonian Tween Tribune
Smithsonian Tween Tribune
Latitude and Longitude
Can you find it?
Treasure Hunt
Locate the treasure
WWF Endangered Species List
Endangered Species List
TypeTastic Typing program
eBooks Minnesota
eBooks Minnesota
4th grade Animal Projects

Students have researched an animal from North America.  They have written a research paper and these Animoto videos are another way for them to present their information.

Maud Hart Lovelace Book Awards

The winner of this year's award is The Terrible Two by Mac Barnett.  The runner-ups were Fuzzy Mud and Fish in a Tree.  

Student Home Access

MPS Google Drive. - Students use this tool to share and archive documents. They collaborate with classmates and post presentations. 

Destiny - The online circulation system can be accessed on your home computer via this link.  Nurturing a love for books and reading is a constant goal for all of us at Kenwood. Please take every opportunity to read with your child. Also, thank you for your continued support in encouraging responsible book borrowing habits.

Student Learning Resources  - District provided websites


The second graders have researched and created a poster/brochure telling what they learned.

Please Buy This Book For Kenwood!

Please record your ideas of books, series and subjects that you would like to have in our collection.  Thanks!

Famous African Americans

Check out these posters created in Wixie and Google Drawing.

Blog, Blogs, Blogging

Kenwood School is blogging!  We are using the application Kidblog.  Here is some information about the site.

Kidblog provides teachers with the tools to help students safely navigate the digital – and increasingly social – online landscape. Kidblog allows students to exercise digital citizenship within a secure, private classroom blogging space. Kidblog’s security features put safety first.  


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The more you read, the more things you will know. The more you learn, the more places you'll go.           
                                   -Dr. Seuss