In only a few short years, Sylvan Dell Publishing has earned accolades from magazines and associations nationwide. 16 picture books in this set are each fictional stories with nature and science themes designed for reading fun but, at the same time, to pique a child's interest and tee-up science, math, and geography learning.Please note that this product contains a number of eBooks inside one zipped folder for download. Also available for download is a PDF that lists all of the included titles.
From Story Elements, this unit helps students understand that setting refers to the time and place in which a story takes place and that it includes scenery, weather, clothing, furniture, and other elements. Setting can help set the mood, or atmosphere, of the story. Activities are provided that use one or more examples from classic or modern literature. Finally, skill-building activities based on that story element are provided. (CCSS ELA-Literacy.RL.6.3 Describe how a particular story's or dramas plot unfolds. CCSS.ELA-Literacy.RL.7.3 Analyze how particular elements of a story or drama interact.)
Sequences: Picture Stories for ESL is a reproducible book for beginner ESL students. It includes 60 units. Each unit contains a drawings page. On each drawings page there is a sequence of six drawings, mostly without words or captions. The drawings show the sequence of events that go with a particular activity, such as going grocery shopping or visiting a doctor. Your students, with your input when necessary, identify the items and actions in the drawings. Each drawings page is complimented by a page of vocabulary building exercises.
The World War II Primary Sources is a pack of 20 primary source documents that are relevant to the history of World War II. The World War II Primary Sources includes historical documents, maps, photographs, political cartoons and more. We dug through the archives so you don't have to! Perfect for Gallery Walks & Literature Circles! Great for Research & Reference! Build Common Core Skills: Analysis • Critical Thinking • Point of View • Compare and Contrast • Order of Events • & Much More!
The experiments in this book fall under ten topics that relate to two aspects of life science: Needs and Characteristics of Living Things; and Exploring the Senses. In each section, you will find teacher notes designed to provide you guidance with the learning intention, the success criteria, materials needed, a lesson outline, as well as some insight on what results to expect when the experiments are conducted. Suggestions for differentiation are also included so that all students can be successful in the learning environment. 96 Pgs.
These printable worksheets are designed to cover the Science learning area of “Life and Living” with 10-12 year old students. At this level the students should be able to understand the relationships that exist between living things in an ecosystem, looking closely at the structure of living things including their own body systems. Activities incorporate skills such as researching and presenting information in written and diagrammatic form. Specific tasks involve plant comparisons and close-up studies of flowering plants. Research activities explore endangered and extinct animals, human systems and animal ecosystems.
New Years arrives for the west with a perpetual calendar and calculating your age to the second. Lions and dragons bring in the new year for the east. Not everyone agrees on what number the new year represents. Martin Luther King Jr. thinks about the future and a friendly penguin teaches us about weather and temperature. Explore the moon and the shuttle and learn about constellations in both northern and southern hemispheres. Make an ice skate book about hockey or ice dancing, do the Chippewa Snowshoe dance and build an ice castle with friendly bubble wrap snow people. Investigate the science of freezing and make a 3D snow globe.