Encourage students to make connections in history concerning social classes and divisions in societies while becoming familiar with this well-known novel by completing fun, challenging activities and lessons provided in this instructional guide for literature. These appealing and rigorous cross-curricular lessons and activities work in conjunction with the text to teach students how to analyze and comprehend rich, complex literature. Everything you need is packed into this guide that is the perfect tool to teach students how to analyze story elements in multiple ways, practice close reading and text-based vocabulary, determine meaning through text-dependent questions, and more. This is the perfect way to add rigor to your students' explorations of rich, complex literature.
Blast away summer learning loss and prepare students for fourth grade with the engaging cross-curricular activities and parental support tools in this standards-based resource. Excite and energize students in the summer months with 9 weeks of fun, theme-based units focusing on key skills and objectives from third grade and the beginning of fourth grade. Full-color student practice pages bring 27 language arts, 27 mathematics, and 27 critical and creative thinking activities to life while supporting content learning in reading, writing, math, science, social studies, and art. With critical-thinking puzzles and a theme-based art activity for each unit, students will develop important 21st century skills. Including a Parent Handbook for Today’s College and Career Readiness Standards, this resource also addresses key features and shifts of today’s standards which prepares parents to help their child successfully navigate Common Core and other state standards. Additionally, parents are provided with easy-to-implement family activities that foster everyday learning including science labs, books to read aloud, and recommended educational websites and apps. Parents will like the easy-to-use structure of this book, and learners will be excited to complete the activities on their own and with their families.
Georgia: Power, People, and Change for Grade 2 provides teachers with an informational text focused on Georgia state studies. It is appropriately leveled for different types of reading levels and features primary source materials. This nonfiction reader is aligned to Georgia's Standards of Excellence.
Georgia: Location and Resources explores state studies in this appropriately leveled informational text that promotes social studies content literacy. This high-interest e-Book comes with full-color illustrations and dynamic primary source documents. This state studies-driven e-Book connects to Georgia Standards of Excellence, WIDA, and NCSS/C3 framework.
Georgia: Location and Resources for Grade 2 provides teachers with an informational text focused on Georgia state studies. It is appropriately leveled for different types of reading levels and features primary source materials. This nonfiction reader is aligned to Georgia's Standards of Excellence.
Georgia: Power, People, and Change explores state studies in this appropriately leveled informational text that promotes social studies content literacy. This high-interest e-Book comes with full-color illustrations and dynamic primary source documents. This state studies-driven text connects to Georgia Standards of Excellence, WIDA, and NCSS/C3 framework.
You’ve only got one day to spend at the carnival—how do you make the most of your time? Students will learn how to measure time while reading about a fun-filled day at a carnival! This engaging math reader uses real-world examples to teach math concepts, and incorporates nonfiction reading to increase vocabulary and comprehension skills. The challenging practice problems, graphs, and sidebars provide many opportunities for students to practice their developing math skills, and apply what they’ve learned to their daily lives. Essential text features like a glossary, index, and table of contents will increase students’ interest level and their interaction with the text. Math Talk poses problems for further thinking, requiring students to use their higher-order thinking skills. Teaching math and reading has never been so seamlessly integrated—or so easy!
How would you like to roast marshmallows for smoresin your own backyard? Landscape architects make dreams like these a reality! From planning backyard fire pits, patios, and fences to planting the perfect flower and vegetable gardens, students will learn how landscape architects use perimeter to bring their plansand plantsto life. This appropriately leveled math reader will build literacy and math content knowledge through real-world connections and problem-solving examples. Text features such as a glossary, index, and a table of contents increase understanding and build critical literacy skills, and the captivating images, practice problems, and mathematical charts and diagrams help develop students math and reading skills. The DOK-leveled Math Talk section includes questions that facilitate mathematical discourse and activities that students can respond to at home or school. Lets Explore Math sidebars and the extensive Problem Solving section provide ample opportunities for students to practice what they have learned. Learning perimeter is fun and easy with this engaging grade 3 math reader!
Plants, insects, snakes, salmon, eagles, elephants, humans; these living things all pass through a life cycle from birth to adulthood. Examine moth cocoons, the feather gills of a salamander larva, beaver yearlings, and more to discover how each life cycle is different and unique! Colorful images and fun facts paired with age-appropriate text will keep third-grade students engaged from the beginning to the end of this e-book! Featuring a hands-on Think Like a Scientist lab activity that is aligned to the Next Generation Science Standards, this e-book helps students apply what they've learned in the text and supports STEM instruction. Helpful diagrams and text features, such as a glossary and index, are also included to improve content-area literacy.
Create a rich learning environment and support deep thinking using primary sources. This practical, standards-based book, dives deeply into the use of primary sources to support the development of students' close reading and writing skills. Teachers are provided with questions and pedagogical strategies for critically reading, viewing, and responding to varied authentic artifacts as well as techniques for interacting with primary source materials. In each lesson, students have opportunities to practice the following: critically analyze different types of primary sources, respond to text-dependent questions, collaborate and discuss their analyses with others, compare primary sources for different purposes, and write in response to their learning.