Information literacy is an important part of a student's education. his title introduces children to reference materials and libraries. nformation about how to find and use these resources to write a research paper will help students get on the fast track to classroom success.
A Fun, Interactive Way to Learn This book features 12 or more different interactive games based on a particular life science, earth science, or physical science theme. As with other books in the I Have, Who Has? series, each game consists of a set of question and answer cards that keep students actively engaged. Each game includes a reproducible active listening and enrichment page that provides an opportunity to extend and transfer the learning to a pencil-and-paper activity.
Celebrate this joyous holiday, which embraces Jewish history and Christian beliefs. The stories, trivia, and activities in this fun book include international traditions, activities, crafts, recipes, holiday songs, and much more! This is a great book for learning about traditions (and building new ones) at home or in the classroom!
By Vicky Lynott and Anthony D. Fredericks. This straightforward guide contains 51 classroom-tested ideas for using reading and writing to help students become better thinkers. The activities are applicable for use with not only language arts but also science, social studies, and math content. Aligned to International Reading Association and National Council of Teachers of English standards, the strategies cover all six stages of the writing process: prewriting, drafting, conferencing, revising, editing, and publishing. Many of the strategies are accompanied by examples.
Make Big Books for Christmas the easy way. Just colour and cut out the large bold illustrations. Cut out the text. Glue onto bristol. Add any finishing touches. Laminate and bind. It's easy and the kids will love the stories. Included in our resource are patterns to make 3 Big books: A Night Filled with Love, Under the Tree, and Make a Snowman. Enjoy more ideas with your big books with matching activities, art activities, picture cards, sentence cards, and sequencing activity. This Holidays lesson provides a teacher and student section with reading passages, and big book assembly to create a well-rounded lesson plan.
NCTM has identified three essential math curriculum focal points plus connections to those focal points for each grade level. These books offer activities that support one of the key focal points, Number and Operations, and its connections for grades 2-4. A variety of activities including puzzles, games, step-by-step activities, and more keep students' interest high as they develop problem-solving, reasoning, and critical thinking skills as well as proficiency in computation skills.
Capture students' interest while targeting key skills with hundreds of curriculum-based ideas and activities. This series is a must-have for every month and every classroom! This book includes bonus online extras! Once you purchase and receive the book, register it online at themailbox.com. You'll get immediate access to exclusive online materials that you can quickly and easily print.
Provides a daily, systematic, scaffolded approach to build writing skills throughout grades 9-10! Provides 32 units of five daily questions and writing applications. Focuses on essential narrative, persuasive, and expository writing models. Teaches students how to assess their own progress and writing fluency. Easily incorporates into everyday learning in 510 minute blocks.