• P.S. 35 is a Uniform School!

    Girls are expected to wear a blue jumper, skirt, or pants and dark shoes. White, yellow, or light blue blouse. Blue cardigan during the colder months.

    Boys are expected to wear blue pants and dark shoes. White, yellow, or light blue shirt with blue tie. Blue cardigan or blazer during the colder months.

    Parents of Pre-k and kindergarten parents should provide their child's teacher with an extra set of clothes in case of an accident.

    Please click the attached letter for more details. 

    PS35Q Nathaniel Woodhull School

Library Bookshelf

What Does Peace Feel Like? by Vladimir Radunsky

This book explores all the different meanings – and possibilities of meaning – of the word “peace” by inviting readers to imagine experiencing peace through the five senses. Rich paintings accompany sensory responses from “children just like  you from around the world.” Beginning and ending with translations of “peace” into nearly 200 different languages, Radunsky artfully conveys the notion that all people have the creative power to envision - and construct – a more peaceful world by working together.

Consider these resources:

http://vimeo.com/31703501 A two minute video

www.peacefulschools.com/index.php/download_file/view A literature guide

http://books.simonandschuster.com/What-Does-Peace-Feel-Like/Vladimir-Radunsky  A reading group guide with further resources including UN information

www.wolphins.com/blog/vladimir-radunsky-what-does-peace-feel-like

www.unicef.ca/sites/default  Twenty one pages of activities & resources

 

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New Chapter Library Card   Children whose borrowing privileges have been blocked due to fees owed may apply for a New Chapter library card. New Chapter library cards permit the borrowing of up to 5 books at time. It is available only to those under 18 years of age.

Read Down Your Fees   This program allows children to spend time reading in the library to get financial credit to pay for fees charged against their Queens library cards.

Check Out www.kidsreads.com for booklists, reviews and summaries of great books to read.

Did you know?  All school aged children are eligible for their own public library cards.


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