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By Janice McArthur

Get books relocating off the library cabinets and into the fingers of youngsters with this built-in package deal for thematic guideline. 16 chapters, according to such vigorous topics as dicy studying (adventure stories), Horrendous enjoyable (monster stories), and publication, Line, and Sinker (ocean international) include introductions to the subjects, introductory actions, booktalks, annotated bibliographies, and reproducible task pages that reach studying around the curriculum. actions are coded via grade point. A worthwhile instrument for cooperative making plans among librarians and academics, this ebook is helping librarians select, current, and advertise publication titles applicable to express issues. It additionally is helping academics plan corresponding actions. Grades K-3..

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They were stunned. When Page 2 they asked where Miss Nelson was, Miss Swamp told them to get busy with their schoolwork. Days went by and there was no sign of Miss Nelson. The students missed their teacher and her soft voice. They decided to try and find her but failed. One student thought she might have been eaten by sharks. Another thought Miss Nelson might have gone to Mars. What do you think? Will Miss Nelson return? If she does return, will the students behave better? To find out, read Miss Nelson Is Missing by Harry Allard.

Page 11 Chapter 2 Old MacDonald's Place: Farm Animals Children love the animals found on a farm or those traditionally associated with it. They laugh at woolly lambs, calves, and other animals. In this chapter, there are books about animals doing traditional farm animal things as well as books about animals doing such things as playing in the snow, being a farmer, or going shopping. A Rolling Start 1. Have children compare fact and fiction or real and make-believe. Many animals in farm animal stories talk or take on other human characteristics.

One day a spider landed in the farmyard and began to spin a web. As she worked, the farm animals came up and asked the spider to join them on an adventure. But the spider kept spinning her web, trying to finish by nightfall. (LP-UP) Enderle, Judith Ross and Stephanie Gordon Tessler. Six Creepy Sheep. New York: Puffin Books, 1993. One Halloween, six sheep decide to dress and go trick-or-treating. They go out dressed in sheets and pass pirates, fairies, and other scary things. What happens to the sheep as the night progresses?

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