Help your child build classroom confidence, one skill at a time! 100 Third Grade Skills offers 256 pages of grade-appropriate practice in math and language arts. Skills include fractions, estimating, rounding, adverbs, plurals, and more. --The 100 Skills series extends classroom learning by breaking down skills into simple instructions and exercises, making it easy for children to practice at home. Each book prepares your child for higher-level thinking and analytical skills by strengthening understanding of foundational concepts
Interactive Notebooks: Word Study for second grade offers your students creative ways to take notes on concepts such as:-contractions-sight words-vowel teams-blends and digraphsThis comprehensive word study workbook aligns with current state standards.
Introduce students to Canada's Geography, Physical Regions, Provinces and Territories and Urban and Rural communities. Mapping Skills practice is also provided. These reproducible Geography pages are based on the Canadian curriculum! Rubric, graphic organizers and teacher tips included.
Plant it – water it – weed it – protect it – and under the blossoms is the perfect shady nook to read a book! Pretty soon it’s time to pick all those long, lean beans, and to harvest a full season of garden knowledge and experience.
The White House is where the President of the United States lives and works. What is so special about the White House? Let’s read about it and see. I’m Reading About the White House helps early readers learn fun and interesting facts about the White House. The colorful illustrations, bold, vibrant art, kid-friendly text and photographs help bring the White House to life. I'm Reading About The White House topics include:LocationEntrancesA DiagramThe First ResidentFire in 1814What is inside the White House?The Oval OfficePlaces for BusinessThe Rose GardenRecreationThe Landing PadThe South LawnFamily LifePresidential PetsHolidaysVisiting the White HouseGlossaryAnd More!
An engaging introduction for very young children to the basic facts of life in a way that is gentle, age-appropriate and accessible. Child psychologist Dr. Jillian Roberts created the Just Enough series to help parents and caregivers approach difficult subjects with little ones. These primers offer a gentle and accessible starting point for conversations about important topics. Research shows that children are learning about sex at an increasingly young age and often from undesirable sources. The Q&A format, with questions posed in the child’s voice and answers starting simply and becoming gradually more in-depth, allows the adult to guide the conversation to a natural and satisfying conclusion. Additional questions at the back of the book allow for further discussion. Where Do Babies Come From? is the first book in the Just Enough series. Other topics in the series will include death, cultural diversity and separation or divorce.
Teach essential vocabulary in ten minutes a day with this cluster approach to help third grade students learn many semantically related words at once! This resource provides opportunities for students to explore and expand vocabularies, increase reading comprehension, and improve writing composition. Standards for College and Career Readiness are supported by assisting students' understanding of word relationships and nuances in word meanings. Lessons provided are simple and easy-to-use, activity results can be used for formative assessment, and digital resources include lessons and teacher resources.
This book was created to help Grade 6 students prepare for the EQAO Mathematics & Language Assessment tests. The 10 math practice tests were designed to be similar to the actual test the students will be taking. The questions are either multiple choice or open response so that students can get familiar with the question/answer format. Many of the 10 language tests are asked in a similar way so that students can get familiar with the questioning format of the actual test. Students will encounter different types of reading experiences including fiction, nonfiction, diagrams and instructions. They will be asked to read sentences, paragraphs and stories and then answer corresponding questions about the content or structure. 160 Pgs.