Mrs. Smallman's "Learn at Home" Resources:

4th & 5th graders:  please check your Google Classroom for even more stuff to do at home! Animated videos for students in grades 3-12    username: naes 
password: brainpop Animated videos for students in grades K-2  username: naes 
password: brainpop Games, videos, and printable activities   

 Epic!  e-Books, videos, quizzes, and more  Free 30-day trial                                                  
 Live and ongoing author/illustrator events

 Author readings, illustrator art classes, printable activities, and more     
 Mystery Science

 Mini science videos with lessons like: "Why are baby animals so cute?" and "How does hand sanitizer kill germs?"  

 NAC databases and homework help websites

 Chart of databases and login info  
 Reading Gives You Superpowers!

 Dav Pilkey encourages reading with daily activities in this packet from 2019  
 Reading Gives You Superpowers!

 Join Dog Man, Captain Underpants, and other Dav Pilkey creations in this week of activities for 2020  
 Sora                                              Borrow digital e-books and audiobooks with this free app  

Sora app

Second Graders: 
Extra time at home is a great reason to practice your new keyboarding skills!  Remember to sit with proper body position (on bottom, feet on the floor, back straight), and use that home row!  Train your fingers to FEEL for the key; don't look for the key with your eyes.   Here are the links to the first two levels of DanceMat Typing:
Level 1 (with stages 1, 2, 3)
Level 2 (with stages 4, 5, 6)

Preparing students for life-long learning, informed decision-making, 
a love of reading, and the use of information technologies.1

OUR LIBRARY staff and resources:Libraries Transform Infographic

  • support the school curriculum and Common Core standards
  • reinforce classroom instruction through collaboration with classroom teachers
  • foster a love of reading and the written and spoken word
  • provide technology instruction and an active learning environment
  • teach information literacy and cultivate independent, 21st century learners


Library Hours:

8:05 am-2:30 pm Monday through Friday

Students are welcome to visit the library from 8:05-8:30 am each day for book exchange or for help selecting resources, subject to classroom teacher guidance.   NAE students visit the library once per 6-day cycle with their class during a regularly-scheduled library class time.

‚ÄčLibrary Staff:
Mrs. Anne Werley Smallman, Librarian
Mrs. Mary Rabideau, Library Aide


Click HERE to search our online catalog

is an online database to organize and help staff and students locate print resources in our library.  Additional resources such as DVDs, audiobooks, e-books and digital pathfinders are also part of the OPALS database.



1From the American Association of School Librarians (AASL) Standards for the 21st Century Learner
2 Infographic via AASL at: