Do you ever wonder how animals stay warm in the winter? Well they wonder how humans do too! In a twist of perspective, wild creatures question if humans use the same winter adaptation strategies that they do. Do they cuddle together in a tree or fly south to Mexico? Take a look through an animal’s eyes and discover the interesting ways that animals cope with the cold winter months throughout this rhythmic story.
Christmas is coming, and our young hero wants to buy his best friend, Dragon, the perfect present. He and Dragon take job after hilarious job, earning enough to buy a deluxe Knight Boy action set—but they eventually realize that the best part of Christmas is sharing what you have with those in need.
This teacher's guide explains how to create dynamic learning centers based on the various food chains so beautifully illustrated in Pass the Energy, Please!. Different types of food chains, habitats, and animal relationships are explored using approaches that incorporate multiple intelligences including movement, art, music, writing, and math activity centers for both individual and group work.
Let's Explore NeRds Candy with some super fun Literacy and Science Activities! This activity pack comes with various writing, art, and science activities that have the students learning and engaged by exploring NeRds Candy!
Christmas in Michigan is snowy and bright! Explore the magic, the world largest Christmas store, the town of Christmas, the story of the Christmas tree ships! Learn how Michigan settlers celebrated, how folks do it today, and lots more Christmasy stuff about - Michigan!
The Vermont Primary Sources is a pack of 20 primary source documents that are relevant to the history of Vermont. Each primary resource is printed on sturdy 8.5” X 11” card stock.The Vermont Primary Sources will help your students build common core skills including: • Analysis• Critical Thinking• Point of View• Compare and Contrast• Order of Events• And Much More! Perfect for gallery walks and literature circles! Great research and reference materials! The 20 Vermont Primary Sources are: • Political cartoon entitled “Join or Die”– used to encourage American colonies to unite against British rule – 1754• Engraving showing the drafting committee for the Declaration of Independence – Benjamin Franklin, Thomas Jefferson, John Adams, Robert Livingston, Roger Sherman – 1776• Replica of the Declaration of Independence – July 4, 1776• Map of Vermont – 1827• Civil War photograph of musicians of the 4th Vermont Infantry Regiment relaxing at a pine forest camp in Virginia – circa 1862• Illustration of the 1777 Battle of Bennington – published 1874• Map of the Central Vermont Railroad – 1879• Engraving of judge administering presidential oath of office to Vice President Chester Arthur after death of President Garfield in 1881 – Arthur was born in Fairfield, Vermont• Photograph of President Theodore Roosevelt speaking at Brattleboro, Vermont – 1902• Illustration of Ethan Allen at Battle of Ticonderoga in 1775 – published 1910• Photograph of young boys working for Hickok Lumber in Burlington, Vermont – 1910• Photograph of adult and child workers in cotton mill, North Pownal, Vermont – 1910• Photograph of President Calvin Coolidge with four Osage men after he signed the bill granting U.S. citizenship to Native Americans in 1925 – Coolidge was born in Plymouth Notch, Vermont• Photograph of Vermont members of U.S. Congress honoring the 200th anniversary of Ethan Allen’s birth by laying a wreath at the foot of his statue in Statuary Hall – 1937• Photograph of Vermont farmer drilling hole in maple tree to get sap to make maple syrup – 1940• Photograph of Old Constitution House in Windsor, Vermont, where the Vermont Constitution was signed in 1777 – photo 2006• Photograph of statue in Isle La Motte, Vermont, showing Samuel de Champlain with his guide – said to be site where he first set foot in what is now Vermont in 1609 – photo 2009• Photograph of the Vermont State House in Montpelier – photo 2006• Population density map of Vermont – 2010• Flag of the Green Mountain Boys, still used by the Vermont National Guard todayYour students will: …think critically and analytically, interpret events, and question various perspectives of history. …participate in active learning by creating their own interpretations instead of memorizing facts and a writer’s interpretations. …integrate and evaluate information provided in diverse media formats to deepen their understanding of historical events. …experience a more relevant and meaningful learning experience.
A lively collection of 19 illustrated poems from Highlights High Five®. Each poem's illustration includes a puzzle. After listening to or reading the poem, children will hunt for letters hidden in the illustration, count sets of objects to determine quantity, and more. A great addition to your poetry and skill building lessons.
Winter Time is a poem by Robert Louis Stevenson. With this tool, your student will memorize it by the end of this copywork lesson. Penmanship, vocabulary, punctuation, and grammar will all improve with continued use of copywork. This ebook format includes a downloadable PDF file. It is designed to be used on any Windows or Apple computer system. Just follow the instructions to create your Copywork Notebook. Print as many as you need for your own class.