iOS 7, Apple’s latest mobile operating system, is compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. Whether you are using your Apple device for school, personal, or business use, the features covered in this guide will ensure you are using your device to its fullest potential. Screen shots and icons are included, along with clear and concise instructions, so that you can learn your way around the iOS 7 user interface. Topics covered include: • User Interface • New Features in iOS 7 • Basic Configuration • Important General Settings • Keyboard Tips & Tricks • iCloud • Configuring Mail, Contacts & Calendars • FaceTime • Multitasking • Apps • Common Apps • Printing • Music Controls & iTunes Radio • AirDrop • AirPlay Access & Mirroring to Apple TV
Monthly themes-each with mini-books, calendars, recipes, and activity pages-get kids excited about school while building skills in coloring, alphabet and numbers, reading, mazes, and more!
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A great supplemental unit geared toward beginning to intermediate students. Enables students to choose between ser and estar. Full of innovative and fun exercises that speak to all of the intelligences.
Help your child build classroom confidence, one skill at a time! 100 Third Grade Skills offers 256 pages of grade-appropriate practice in math and language arts. Skills include fractions, estimating, rounding, adverbs, plurals, and more. --The 100 Skills series extends classroom learning by breaking down skills into simple instructions and exercises, making it easy for children to practice at home. Each book prepares your child for higher-level thinking and analytical skills by strengthening understanding of foundational concepts
Boost students’ confidence! Prepare students for the EQAO language testing with open response sample questions that include student exemplars with scoring guides. Numerous teacher and student tips included.
Shirley Disseler's Strategies and Activities for Common Core Math, Grades 3–5, Part 2, is a comprehensive two-book series containing a complete program to help you teach your students to master Common Core Mathematics Standards in grades 3 – 5. By learning from the activities in these guides, your students will develop a solid understanding of math concepts, procedural skill and fluency, and be able to apply math in their everyday lives. PART 2 INCLUDES • Measurement & Data • Geometry • Mathematical Practices Across the Common Core Each chapter focuses on one Common Core math domain for grades 3 – 5 and includes dozens of new activities that teachers can use to align their math instruction with the Common Core Standards for Mathematics. The last chapter helps synthesize students’ mathematical learning through puzzler-type activities that can also be used as enrichment. The activities include a list of materials needed along with a step-by-step procedure for teaching. Most activities are designed to work in a group setting to create more opportunities for students to discuss the “why” behind the mathematics. Game boards, activity cards, recording sheets, and assessment materials are all included. The complete program (Parts 1 and 2) gives strategies and activities for teaching every Common Core Standard for Mathematics in grades 3 – 5.
High interest reading selections team with the appealing crossword puzzle format to effectively build comprehension skills. From responding to what, when, where, and how questions at the first grade level to summarizing and paraphrasing information at the sixth grade level, students will learn to recall characters and facts, summarize main points, define main ideas and enrich their vocabularies. Topics for each book in this new series were selected to align with standards for each grade level in the areas of social studies, science and language arts.
Linda Hoyt's updated edition of Revisit, Reflect, Retell is loaded with new features and several new strategies. A new first chapter shows how to deepen students' engagement and reviews the research thoroughly. New correlation tables link Linda's strategies to the comprehension strands and to Robert Marzano's Classifications of Thinking. This product includes an eBook (PDF) and a Zip file which includes full-color, customizable learning tools from the text.
Teach students how to capture their imaginative ideas on paper and make writing about fiction fun! This 2nd edition resource was created to support current standards, provides an in-depth research base about literacy instruction, and includes key strategies to help students write and understand fiction. Designed in an easy-to-use format, this resource offers detailed approaches and activities with classroom examples by grade ranges and includes graphic organizer templates and digital resources to help teachers implement quickly and easily. Specific suggestions for differentiating instruction are also provided to help English language learners, gifted students, and students reading below grade level.
Students will practice and improve their writing and grammar skills in identifying kinds of sentences, expressing ideas in written form and identifying exclamatory sentences. Answer key included.