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Tumble Scavenger Hunt

I love and miss the library! I have heard from many people that access to books is a huge concern. While I ready the library for opening again at school I wanted to keep you reading by letting you know about book resources you may not know about.



Salt Spring Public Library has shared books with us on their web page https://saltspring.bc.libraries.coop/holds/tumblebooks/

Click on Tumble Book Library and you can open a whole new world of reading for kids. Our wonderful public library has made it free for us to use.


I love Tumble so I made up a Scavenger hunt for you to use and explore the site.

I encourage you to copy and print the Scavenger Hunt below and fill in your answers as you find books on the Tumble website.

Once you fill in the form, scan it or take a photo of it and send it to me by email jparker@sd64.org and I will put your name in for a gift card draw for Salt Spring Books. I will not take answers only. I will make the draw on May 31st. Have fun!

(This is for Fernwood Elementary students enrolled in the 2019 – 2020 year.)



TUMBLE SCAVENGER HUNT:

Find the Non Fiction section and the book “Earthrise”. Read and listen to it. What spaceship went to the moon?

Write the title of a “New Book” and read it. What new book did you read?

Read the book “What Matters” and tell me what colour the crab is.



What is your favourite line to sing in the “ ‘Til the Virus Ends” song.



Read or listen to a story from Read-Alongs’ Early Readers. What book did you read?

Read a book from Graphic Novels section. What book did you read?



Explore the video section and see all of the cool National Geographic videos there.

Which section in National Geographic videos is the best?



Look at Puzzles and Games. Pick a sentence game and play it. Which one did you pick?


Find the Story Book section and Art Class in that section. Pick a book from the Art Class section and read it.

Find the Story Book section and Music in that section. Pick a book from the Music section and read it.



Look at Puzzles and Games. Pick a memory game and play it. Which one did you pick?

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