The book on Greece includes five of the countries favorite places such as Acropolis, Epidaurus, Meteora Monasteries, Symi, and Monastery of St. John. The book on Greece includes Need to Know information such as Aristotle is from Greece. He was one of the founders of western philosophy.
Using examples from some of the most popular Olympic sports, this captivating title will have readers excited and eager to learn all they can about telling time and timing accuracy! Vivid photos and a colorful timeline combine with easy to read text, STEM topics, and mathematical charts and graphs to give readers an inside look into sports technology while providing opportunities to practice time measurement. With the accessible glossary, index, and step-by-step instructions, readers will have all the tools they need!
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Classroom Data Tracking for grade 5 is a 160-page customizable resource that will transform how you track data and set goals in your classroom. The book features tracking sheets that cover expressions, exponents, fractions, volume, affixes, roots, figurative language, and more. Take charge of data tracking with a product that simplifies the process. The Classroom Data Tracking series for kindergarten to grade 5 provides the tools to successfully assess and track academic growth. These books feature reproducible pages that focus on standards-based ELA and math concepts. Each title includes crosswalks for every anchor and an example for every reproducible. With the help of this series, you'll save time while your students master skills.
Motivate students with these fun cursive writing practice sheets. These ready to use worksheets will provide focused practice of writing skills.
Anna Harwell Celenza's engaging fictionalized telling of the story behind Franz Joseph Haydn's famous symphony is a perfect introduction to classical music and its power. THE FAREWELL SYMPHONY brings to life a long summer spent at Esterháza, the summer palace of Prince Nicholas of Esterházy. The blustering, bellowing prince entertained hundreds of guests at his rural retreat and demanded music for every occasion. As the months passed, Haydn was kept very busy writing and performing music for parties, balls, dinners, and even walks in the gardens. His orchestra members became homesick and missed their families. The anger, frustration, and longing of the musicians is expressed beautifully in the symphony born of the clever mind of Joseph Haydn who used it to convince Prince Nicholas that it was time to go home. Wonderfully expressive illustrations by JoAnn E. Kitchel capture all the comedy and pathos of this unique symphony. Beautifully interpretive motifs and borders convey the setting and emotion of the story mirroring the structure of the symphony with the repetitive use of sets of four. Making classical music and history come alive with color and character, THE FAREWELL SYMPHONY ensures a place for the arts in the hearts and minds of children.
This fact-filled title profiles the celebrated heroes and unfortunate zeroes throughout Olympic history. Readers will learn about great athletic achievements and tales of scandal and dishonor.
Yellowstone National Park is a great place to visit! What is so special about Yellowstone National Park? Read this book and find out! I’m Reading about Yellowstone National Park helps early readers learn fun and interesting facts about the Yellowstone National Park. The colorful illustrations, bold, vibrant art, kid-friendly text and photographs help bring the national park to life. I'm Reading About the Yellowstone National Park topics include:What is a national parka park rangerWhere is the Yellowstone National Park locatedFirst national parkGrand Prismatic SpringHot springsOld Faithful GeyserYellowstone LakeGrand Canyon of the YellowstoneBisonBlack BearsMany More AnimalsOutdoor FunWinter FunWater FunOld Faithful InnGlossaryAnd More!
Set during World War II in the Caribbean Sea, The Cay is a powerful book about survival and prejudice. Phillip, the young white boy in the story, mistreats Timothy, the black man with whom he is stranded on an island. A one-of-a-kind guide to running literature circles that work! Includes questions and writing prompts that motivate students to think and respond thoughtfully. As students dive into lively discussions, they learn to identify themes, analyze vocabulary, recognize the author's craft, and respond meaningfully to the text - all of which meet state and national Language Arts standards!
Students will share prior knowledge of various media texts and identify different forms of media and their role in daily life. They will identify whose point of view is being presented. They will observe with their senses, evaluate information and relate media to personal experiences, actions and behaviours. Answer key included.
Build problem-solving skills with this unique series that uses fiction and nonfiction text to present mathematical problems and situations. Students are required to read the passages then use critical thinking to complete each task. Each unit includes a sidebar with tips, tools, and strategies students can use in the problem-solving process. Extension activities are also provided to give them the opportunity to reflect on the passages and discuss their answers. Correlated to ELA & Math Correlated to the Common Core State Standards.