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Paul Cuffee School Library: Summer Learning

Summer Technology Learning

Type to Learn


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Keyboarding is a skill everyone can use. Students in grades 2-5 use Type To Learn 4 in Lib/Tech class. Now they can practice at home too. Download the program for home here.

Logging in is easy!

user name
your first initial + last name + graduation year
birth month(two digits)+birth day(two digits)+grad year
account code = 145654

Can't log in?  Contact Mrs. Lehmuller at 

Strategy Activities

Be ready to THINK before you CLICK when you work on these activities!

It's Summer!

Summer Reading Program And Event


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All our lower school students will read two books and write about them in a journal. We'll come to school one evening in the summer to meet with our new teachers and classmates, swap books and even have a bite to eat!  Will your journal entry convince a friend to read your book?  Read your new books, keep writing in your journals and persuade someone else when you get back to school in September.

  • Incoming 1st Grade meets on Thursday, August 4.  9-10 am
  • Incoming 2nd Grade meets on Monday, July 18th from 5:30-6:30pm
  • Incoming 3rd Grade meets on Wednesday, July 20th from 6-7pm
  • Incoming 4th AND 5th Grades meet on Thursday July 28th. 5:30-6:30pm

Barnes and Noble Summer Book Program


Reading's not an Olympic event...yet. But read eight books and earn a free one at Barnes and Noble--you'll feel like a winner!  Check out the links below.


Summer Reading Passport

The Providence Public Library has teamed with the Providence Children's Museum, Roger Williams Park Zoo, Partnership for Providence Parks and Rhode Island Families in Nature to provide free or reduced price opportunities for learning this summer. Every child at Paul Cuffee will receive a passport--the adventure is up to you!

Here's a link to the fun.

Make a Tiny Book

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Check here often to see new ideas, events and recipes for  fun summer activities.

Coding isn't just something we do on computers.  Can you figure out what Martha the Dog is trying to tell us?

Click on the picture below to find out.

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