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📒A Bad Case Of Stripes ✍ David Shannon
📝A Bad Case of Stripes Book Synopsis : "What we have here is a bad case of stripes. One of the worst I've ever seen!" Camilla Cream loves lima beans, but she never eats them. Why? Because the other kids in her school don't like them. And Camilla Cream is very, very worried about what other people think of her. In fact, she's so worried that she's about to break out in...a bad case of stripes!
📒David Shannon ✍ Tamara L. Britton
📝David Shannon Book Synopsis : This biography introduces readers to David Shannon, author and illustrator of Caldecott Honor Book No, David! others in the David series, A Bad Case of Stripes, and How Georgie Radbourn Saved Baseball, and illustrator of The Rough-Face Girl, The Ballad of the Pirate Queens, and Jon ScieszkaÍs Trucktown series. Readers will learn about ShannonÍs childhood in Washington, DC, and Spokane, Washington, his early interest in drawing, his study of editorial illustration, his start in childrenÍs book illustration, his success with the David series, and his process as an illustrator. Easy-to-read text and full-color photos highlight ShannonÍs childhood, family, education, and life as an author and illustrator. Checkerboard Library is an imprint of ABDO Publishing Company.
📝Using Picture Books to Enhance Children s Social and Emotional Literacy Book Synopsis : Children can struggle to engage with and articulate certain emotions, which can have a profound impact on their behaviour, confidence and ability to form relationships, follow instructions and perform tasks. This resource for teachers, therapists, counsellors and parents uses children's literature and some of its well-known characters, such as the Rainbow Fish and Stanley Yelnats IV from Holes, as a basis for practical activities that enable children to express and manage these emotions. Social-emotional literacy training assists students in developing important life skills such as the ability to develop good relationships and empathy skills, as well as being able to understand, manage and communicate their own emotions. This book offers an introduction to social-emotional literacy, followed by activities related to emotions such as empathy, friendship, grief and self-esteem, aiming to embed this literacy training into daily school and home activities to increase children's chances of future success.
📒That S A Great Answer ✍ Nancy N. Boyles
📝That s a Great Answer Book Synopsis : How can teachers get great answers to open-ended comprehension questions from the students who need help the most?K-3, ELL, and struggling older students. Nancy Boyles supplies the solution. She begins with the foundations of a great answer'great objectives, books, instruction, and discussions'and adds valuable guidance on assessment. Her ready-to-go student scaffolds then break down the National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP) objectives into 40 specific, measurable, open-ended comprehension questions that can be correlated with the literacy objectives of any state. Each question includes: teaching tips; a bibliography of fiction/nonfiction picture books aligned with the question; a worksheet with the reading and writing strategy; and an answer frame scaffold for initial response practice. Included CD has scaffolds and an extensive master bibliography organized alphabetically that matches key fiction/nonfiction literature models with appropriate comprehension questions.
📒Duck And A Book ✍ David Shannon
📝Duck and a Book Book Synopsis : Duck just received a new book and after telling all of his friends on the farm about it, he sat down to read it to them.
📒25 Terrific Art Projects ✍ Karen Backus
📝25 Terrific Art Projects Book Synopsis : Collects artisitic activities based on the illustration styles in such popular picture books as Leo Lionni's Swimmy, Eric Carle's Draw Me a Star, and Lois Ehlert's Draw Me a Rainbow.
📒Art Projects That Dazzle And Delight ✍ Karen Trush
📝Art Projects that Dazzle and Delight Book Synopsis : Beach Ball Collage, Patchwork Pets, Symmetrical Smiles—Kids will love these creative and colorful no-fail art activities that tie into popular themes, such as seasons, animals, and friends. Easy how-to’s guide you through each step, from introducing the projects to displaying them. Created and classroom-tested by four art teachers, these surefire activities are fun for every student! For use with Grades 2-3.
📒Integrating Art And Language Arts Through Children S Literature ✍ Debi Englebaugh
📝Integrating Art and Language Arts Through Children s Literature Book Synopsis : Connecting art and language arts, this guide offers creative lessons for more than 140 favorite children's books, most of which have been published within the last 10 years. The lessons help teachers inspire young students to create art projects related to a book's story. In the first part of the book, the author explains more than 50 art techniques that can be used with almost any book, including batik, collage, decoupage, paste paper, and sponge painting. The second part of the book provides teachers with a wealth of illustrated lessons. Each lesson includes the book's title, the art project, a brief description of the story as it relates to the art project, supplies, instructions, bibliographic information, and a list of relevant Web sites. Children's Books include: Araminta's Paint Box Arthur's Pet Business Birdsong Charlotte's Web Dear Peter Rabbit Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire Milo and the Magical Stones Rechenka's Eggs Where the Sidewalk Ends""
📒David Smells ✍ David Shannon
📝David Smells Book Synopsis : Introduces preschoolers to the concept of the five senses as Baby David begins to explore the world around him by banging on drums, smelling strange scents, and petting the dog in order to experience things in his own special way.
📒Pencils Down ✍ Paula Greene
📝Pencils Down Book Synopsis : Pencils Down! has been forty-five years in the making. It is hoped that by sharing classroom experiences, the reader will be entertained, enlightened, and educated. The ideas presented are written for all educators: veteran, novice, substitute and student teachers, parents who homeschool, college and university professors, as well as for anyone who has a child in his or her care. The guide offers the fruit of my experiences, gleaned from a lifetime in the classroom. Writing this book has been a labor of love, and it is my sincere hope that all educators reading this book will find some fresh insight into the wonderful profession of teaching. Pencils Down! will take you on a journey whose itinerary begins in elementary school and spans more than four decades. I have taken that journey at the head of the class. Many an author has written a book on education without ever having stepped into a real classroom. I have stepped into many classrooms, many times, over many years, and now feel qualified to write my first book. Having successfully survived as a teacher forty-five years in the public and private sectors of both the New York and Nevada school systems prompted me to write this book, a book packed with lessons that work, school humor, enrichment activities, and sage advice ready to be used by anyone who desires to instill a love of learning in a child. You may wish to do many of the lessons with your students. Most of the text deals with activities based on beloved children’s books. I have selected more than fifty children’s books I most enjoyed reading and teaching my students. Although some of these books never achieved Newbery Medal award status, each book teaches something of life’s lessons, and each is a gem. My first priority was selecting excellent children’s books. I have selected a broad and diverse collection of children’s books with the hope that by using these books daily with all elementary school children, each child can learn to love books and appreciate the extended benefits of lifelong literacy. To give you a true flavor of what is covered, a summary of each part follows. Welcome to Pencils Down! Part One: School Humor You are reading this either because you are contemplating a career in teaching or are curious to find out whether a veteran teacher can still be sane after spending forty-five years in the classroom. Part One presents the humorous side to an otherwise serious profession. You will get a glimpse of nineteenth and early twentieth century rules for teachers and peruse a copy of the contract teachers were made to sign. Both will make you wonder why anyone would consider a career in education. You will find out what teachers make and be privy to the public’s low opinion of teachers’ salaries. If you survive the reality show for educators, you may continue reading the book. School anecdotal incidents, accrued from many years in the classroom, will be shared. You will learn why God created the teacher and will be introduced to the new school policy. A test designed for preschoolers will challenge you. Answers from kindergartners and first graders as to why we read and write will be sure to surprise and amuse you. Actual student test answers and parental notes are included, both good for a chuckle. The difference between an educator and a teacher will be clarified. Today’s schools, vs. schools in the 50’s and 60’s, will make you wish you were teaching in a simpler era and make you wonder if schools are still teaching math. An Australian school’s answering machine will make you smile, as will the eleven things you did not and will not learn in school. Part Two: Getting to Know You “Getting to know you, Getting to know all about you.