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Spring Sings for the Grouchy Ladybug

Author : Eric Carle
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Seasonal Math Activities Spring eBook

Author : Brenda Kaufmann
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This is the third book in the Seasonal Math Activities series to help teachers make math more interesting and even fun for their students. The hands-on activities help students learn and review important math concepts such as: measurement, addition and subtraction, estimation, skip counting, ordinal numbers and much more. Activity ideas include categorizing and counting jelly beans, counting flower petals, predicting and tracking weather, and lots of holiday fun. Several activities are based on popular children's literature. Each activity has a list of materials needed and clear, concise directions. Also provided are the skills students will learn or practice as they do the activity. Every creative idea in this book will change your students' attitude toward math from ho-hum to oh-boy!

The Grouchy Ladybug Board Book

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A grouchy ladybug, looking for a fight, challenges everyone she meets regardless of their size or strength. On board pages.

Linking Math with Literature

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Spotted Beetles

Author : Nancy Loewen
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Describes the physical characteristics, life cycle, and behavior of ladybugs. Includes anatomy diagram and activity.

Literacy Development in Early Childhood

Author : Beverly Otto
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Widely recognized as a leading text in its field, this popular guide explores literacy development beginning in infancy and through fourth grade. The latest edition continues to prepare teachers to create and implement literacy-rich curricula in early childhood classrooms, while providing updates to federal legislation and highlighting the impact of state standards on educational settings. Recent technology is integrated into activities used to enhance literacy competencies. Throughout the book, the author’s approach to reflective teaching empowers teachers to become effective decision makers and thoughtful mediators in children’s transactions with literacy. A conceptual and theoretical foundation for describing reading and writing processes is followed by research-based descriptions of the signs of emergent literacy and developmentally appropriate instructional strategies. The emphasis on linguistic and cultural diversity includes an array of approaches for supporting English language learners. Chapter extension activities challenge readers to apply concepts through observation, research, curriculum development, and discussion. Sample observation and assessment forms assist in determining children’s progress in developing literacy.

The Best in Children s Books

Author : University of Chicago. Center for Children's Books
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Provides an annotated list of fourteen hundred of the best children's books published between 1979 and 1984

Children s Books in Print

Author : R R Bowker Publishing
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Children s Books in Print 1998

Author : Bowker Editorial Staff
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Cross Cultural Interaction Concepts Methodologies Tools and Applications

Author : Management Association, Information Resources
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In a globalized society, individuals in business, government, and a variety of other fields must frequently communicate and work with individuals of different cultures and backgrounds. Effectively bridging the culture gap is critical to success in such scenarios. Cross-Cultural Interaction: Concepts, Methodologies, Tools, and Applications explores contemporary research and historical perspectives on intercultural competencies and transnational organizations. This three-volume compilation will present a compendium of knowledge on cultural diversity and the impact this has on modern interpersonal interactions. Within these pages, a variety of researchers, scholars, professionals, and leaders who interact regularly with the global society will find useful insight and fresh perspectives on the field of cross-cultural interaction.

Sizing Up Measurement

Author : Vicki Bachman
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Expert teachers share a wealth of classroom-tested lessons that help students understand why and how to measure length, area, capacity, weight, time, and temperature. The book provides engaging real-world contexts to help students understand what it means to measure, using standard and nonstandard units. The lessons emphasize connections between two or more measurement topics and include connections to other disciplines, such as literature, social studies, or science. Each lesson is organized in an accessible, easy-to-use format that includes an overview, a list of materials, a vocabulary list, and step-by-step teaching directions.

Building a Community of Writers

Author : Kim Cernek
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"Featuring: writer's workshop teaching techniques ; activities directly linked to writing standards."--Cover.

Rigorous Reading Texas Edition

Author : Douglas Fisher
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Newly revised and updated throughout, this new Texas Edition has been specially developed to align with the Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills standards.

Ink and Shadows

Author : Ellery Adams
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“Entertaining…packed with mystery, romance, and sisterhood.” —Kirkus Reviews New York Times bestselling author Ellery Adams is back with the latest in her acclaimed Secret, Book, and Scone Society series. Local bookstore owner Nora Pennington is back on the case in Miracle Springs, North Carolina when an accidental death turns out to be something much more sinister… Nora Pennington is known for her window displays, and as Halloween approaches, she decides to showcase fictional heroines like Roald Dahl’s Matilda and Madeline Miller’s Circe. A family-values group disapproves of the magical themes, though, and wastes no time launching a modern-day witch hunt. Suddenly, former friends and customers are targeting not only Nora and Miracle Books, but a new shopkeeper, Celeste, who’s been selling CBD oil products. Nora and her friends in the Secret, Book, and Scone Society are doing their best to put an end to the strife—but then someone puts an end to a life. Though the death is declared an accident, the ruling can’t explain the old book page covered with strange symbols and disturbing drawings left under Nora’s doormat, a postcard from an anonymous stalker, or multiple cases of vandalism. The only hope is that Nora can be a heroine herself and lead the Secret, Book, and Scone Society in a successful investigation—before more bodies turn up and the secrets from Celeste’s past come back to haunt them all . . .

Murder in the Cookbook Nook

Author : Ellery Adams
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The witty new story from the bestselling author of The Secret Book & Scone Society series is perfect for bibliophiles who love a A Bookish Cook-Off with a little murder on the side… “Love Chopped and mysteries? This delightful character-driven cozy is just the treat for you.” —Kirkus Reviews Six chefs are preparing to compete in an outdoor tent at Storyton Hall in Virginia for prizes that will boost their careers—but is there someone who can’t stand the heat? It looks that way when one of the contestants is found dead in a pantry packed with two centuries’ worth of cookbooks, among other treasures and rarities. Could there be a connection to other recent events in town, like tampering with the costume of a local mascot? Jane isn’t sure, but after someone serves a second course of murder, the kitchen must be closed and the killer must be found . . . “Readers will find themselves wanting to live in Storyton, no matter how many people end up dead there.” —Suspense Magazine on Murder in the Locked Library

Life Sciences

Author : Amy Jo Bain
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Everything you need to create exciting thematic science units can be found in these handy guides. Developed for educators who want to take an integrated approach, these guides contain resource lists, reading selections, and activities that can be easily pulled together for units on virtually any science topic. Chapters identify and describe comprehensive teaching resources (nonfiction) and related fiction reading selections, then detail hands-on science and extension activities that help students learn the scientific method and build learning across the curriculum.

Books on Wheels

Author : Janice McArthur
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Presents a guide to children's literature and activities revolving around such themes as farm animals, dinosaurs, fairy tales, and poetry, along with teaching strategies that encourage children to read.

Literacy in Australia

Author : Amy Seely Flint
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Infused with our authors’ personal experiences teaching, Literacy in Australia, 3rd Edition is delivered as a full colour printed textbook with an interactive eBook code included. This enables students to master concepts and succeed in assessment by taking the roadblocks out of self-study, with features designed to get the most out of learning such as animations, interactivities, concept check questions and videos. With a prioritised focus on the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander histories and cultures featured throughout the text, pre-service teachers will be well-equipped with the knowledge of what kinds of activities they can include in and out of the classroom for an enriching learning experience for their students.

Preschool Planning Guide

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Provide guidance to those responsible for planning and implementing programs for young children including those funded under the universal prekindergarten legislation of 1997.

and with a Light Touch

Author : Carol Avery
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It's my bible for teaching young children and It reads like a novel, said veteran and preservice teachers alike.