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  • Reading Instruction for the Differentiated Classroom: Month-by-Month for Grades K-2 (Interactive Whiteboard Resource) (Promethean Version) cover

    Reading Instruction for the Differentiated Classroom: Month-by-Month for ...

    Scholastic
    224 Pages, Grades K - 2
    Was: $39.99 (USD)
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    Reading Instruction for the Differentiated Classroom: Month-by-Month for Grades K-2 (Interactive Whiteboard Resource) (Promethean Version)

    Includes a menu of mini-lessons for the first 25 days of school - to help teachers establish routines and introduce reading habits and behaviors. A month-by-month chart organizes a year's worth of mini-lessons in self-monitoring and decoding skills, comprehension strategies, vocabulary development, writing about reading, and genre awareness. Complete with morning message ideas, book lists for read-alouds and genre studies, mini-lessons for every aspect of reading, interactive whiteboard activities, and strategies for supporting struggling readers and challenging more advanced ones, this book is everything teachers need to help children grow into confident readers!


     
  • Back to School Basic Skills File Folder Games cover

    Back to School Basic Skills File Folder Games

    Giggly Games
    53 Pages, Grades PK - K
    Was: $4.00 (USD)
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    Back to School Basic Skills File Folder Games

    Giggly Games Back to School Basic Skills File Folder Games eBooks contain 5 fun and educational games that teach a variety of basic skills. The games included teach colors, shapes, numbers, missing letters, and counting. Each game includes gameboard pieces, matching pieces, and game labels. Each of the 5 games are available in full-color and black/white. Game assembly instructions are included also. These games are sure to fill your classroom with educational fun.


     
  • 50 Month-by-Month Draw and Write Prompts for Grades K-2 (eBook) cover

    50 Month-by-Month Draw and Write Prompts for Grades ...

    Scholastic
    64 Pages, Grades K - 2
    Was: $11.99 (USD)
    Now: $11.39  Add to cart

     

    50 Month-by-Month Draw and Write Prompts for Grades K-2 (eBook)

    Motivate your students to write with fun-filled reproducibles for every month! Each reproducible pairs a drawing prompt with quick writing prompts on favorite topics: autumn harvest, animals, 100th day, holidays, weather, classroom community, and more. As a pre-writing warm-up, drawing pictures sparks kids' interest, helps them generate ideas and details for writing, and makes their subjects lively and real. A great way to encourage reluctant writers!


     
  • Grade 1 Crossword Puzzles and Word Searches (eBook) cover

    Grade 1 Crossword Puzzles and Word Searches (eBook)

    Teacher Created Resources
    32 Pages, Grade 1
    Was: $2.99 (USD)
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    Grade 1 Crossword Puzzles and Word Searches (eBook)

    How can you meet the challenges of "back to basics" and home/school connections? Use this consumable or reproducible book to help young students master the skills they need. Cute illustrations add interest to exercises that can be used as homework or classroom assignments.


     
  • Pepita and the Bully / Pepita y la peleonera by Ofelia Dumas Lachtman and Alex Pardo DeLange (eBook) cover

    Pepita and the Bully / Pepita y la ...

    Arte Publico Press
    32 Pages, Grades 1 - 3
    Was: $13.56 (USD)
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    Pepita and the Bully / Pepita y la peleonera by Ofelia Dumas Lachtman and Alex Pardo DeLange (eBook)

    Pepita is back! And though she likes her new school, she has decided that - after three days - she isn't going back. She's sorry too, because she likes her teacher, Miss Chu, who has black eyes and a sunny smile. She likes her bright, colorful classroom. And she especially likes the playground. But she does not like Babette, a mean-spirited girl who makes fun of Pepita's name, her braids, and even her dog, Lobo. And so she has decided that she doesn't want to go back to school. That night at supper, Pepita tells her family about her decision and Babette's bullying. Her parents encourage her to try again, and advise her to be kind. Her brother tells her not to fight, because bullies like to fight. So against her will, Pepita goes back to school. Babette immediately starts to attack Pepita with unkind comments. In spite of her best intentions, Pepita simply can't be nice to someone as nasty as Babette. To Pepita's surprise, it turns out that Babette knows how to dish out hurtful comments, but she doesn't like to be on the receiving end!


     
  • Grade 3 Spelling: Week-by-Week Homework Packets (eBook) cover

    Grade 3 Spelling: Week-by-Week Homework Packets (eBook)

    Scholastic
    80 Pages, Grade 3
    Was: $12.99 (USD)
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    Grade 3 Spelling: Week-by-Week Homework Packets (eBook)

    Ready-to-reproduce homework packets are a perfect way to turn students into successful spellers! This program is easy for teachers to manage and includes opportunities for word list differentiation. Kids love the independent activities. By writing and alphabetizing words, creating original sentences, identifying spelling patterns, and more, students will improve their spelling and soar in reading and writing!


     
  • You Can't Teach a Class You Can't Manage by Donna Whyte (Site License) (eBook) cover

    You Can't Teach a Class You Can't Manage ...

    Crystal Springs Books
    176 Pages, Grades K - 3
    Was: $84.75 (USD)
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    You Can't Teach a Class You Can't Manage by Donna Whyte (Site License) (eBook)

    If behavior issues are taking the joy out of teaching, you need this book! Youll learn effective strategies for helping students take responsibility, make decisions, stay focused, and much more. Donna doesnt shy away from tough topics like bullying, lying, and stealing, but her focus is on teaching children to control their own behaviorso you can stop policing and start teaching again!Site License: The purchaser of this Building Site License is permitted to install this content on the applicable devices in one school building.


     
  • The Seven Secrets of Motivating and Inspiring Your Team by Betty Hollas (Site License) (eBook) cover

    The Seven Secrets of Motivating and Inspiring Your ...

    Crystal Springs Books
    144 Pages, Grade Staff
    Was: $84.75 (USD)
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    The Seven Secrets of Motivating and Inspiring Your Team by Betty Hollas (Site License) (eBook)

    Here's a "must read" for all school principals and other education leaders. Writing with her typical humor and directness, Betty tackles everything from difficult parents to defiant teachers. Learn how you can build collaboration, facilitate change, manage conflict, set boundaries, and much more. And then discover how to see beyond the everyday challenges to become a truly uncommon leader. Read this book and you'll laugh. You'll learn. You'll become the leader you've wanted to be.Site License: The purchaser of this Building Site License is permitted to install this content on the applicable devices in one school building.


     
  • Differentiated Instruction by Lori Elliott, Char Forsten, Jim Grant and Betty Hollas (Second Edition) (Site License) (eBook) cover

    Differentiated Instruction by Lori Elliott, Char Forsten, Jim ...

    Crystal Springs Books
    176 Pages, Grades K - 8, Staff
    Was: $94.75 (USD)
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    Differentiated Instruction by Lori Elliott, Char Forsten, Jim Grant and Betty Hollas (Second Edition) (Site License) (eBook)

    The authors' low-cost, high-impact, ready-to-implement strategies have made this a perennial favorite with those new to differentiation and with veterans looking for fresh ideas. The new, expanded edition includes 119 strategies to help you build community, assess on the fly, find new pathways to mastery in literacy and math, use technology to differentiate, and much more. Lots of time-saving reproducibles, too.Site License: The purchaser of this Building Site License is permitted to install this content on the applicable devices in one school building.


     
  • Michigan Primary Sources (eBook) cover

    Michigan Primary Sources (eBook)

    Gallopade International
    20 Pages, Grades 3 - 8
    Was: $11.99 (USD)
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    Michigan Primary Sources (eBook)

    The Michigan Primary Sources is a pack of 20 primary source documents that are relevant to the history in Michigan. The Michigan Primary Sources will help your students build common core skills including: - Analysis- Critical Thinking- Point of View- Compare and Contrast- Order of Events- And Much More! Perfect for gallery walks and literature circles! Great research and reference materials! The Michigan Primary Sources Documents are: 1. Portrait of General Orlando B. Willcox - Union general from Michigan - 18602. Advertisement for Gale's horse hay rake - 18753. Map of railroads in Michigan in 18764. Photograph of workers hauling timber in Michigan - 18805. Photograph of workers loading copper mined in Michigan onto a steamer ship in Houghton, MI - 19056. Photograph of the Malleable Iron Works - 19057. Photograph of excursion logging train in Harbor Springs, Michigan - 19068. Photograph of Michigan Agricultural College - 19129. Photograph of Ford Motor Company's assembly line - 191310. Advertisement for Kellogg's Toasted Corn Flakes - company founded in Battle Creek - 191511. Portrait of Henry Ford - 191912. Photograph of Smykowski Brothers Grocery in Detroit - owned by Polish immigrants - 192213. Photograph of Henry Ford with the first Model T and the ten millionth Ford produced - June 4, 192414. Photograph of workers inspecting filled boxes of Kellogg's cereal before boxes are sealed - 193415. Employees working drill presses at Ford's Willow Run plant - constructed during WWII by Ford Motor Company to produce the B-24 Liberator bomber - 194216. Photograph of Chief Justice Warren Burger administering the oath of office to Gerald Ford, Michigan native and 38th President of the United States - 197417. Satellite image of the Great Lakes from space - 200018. Photograph of the home of Motown Records in Detroit - founded by music producer and entrepreneur Berry Gordy - photo taken 200719. Photograph of a freighter passing under the Mackinac Bridge - connects Michigan's Upper and Lower Peninsulas - 200920. Population density map of Michigan based on the 2010 censusYour students will: ...think critically and analytically, interpret events, and question various perspectives of history. ...participate in active learning by creating their own interpretations instead of memorizing facts and a writer's interpretations. ...integrate and evaluate information provided in diverse media formats to deepen their understanding of historical events. ...experience a more relevant and meaningful learning experience. Each primary resource is printed on sturdy 8.5" X 11" cardstock.


     
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    Canada Primary Sources (eBook)

    Gallopade International
    20 Pages, Grades 3 - 8
    Was: $11.99 (USD)
    Now: $11.39  Add to cart

     

    Canada Primary Sources (eBook)

    The Canada Primary Sources is a pack of 20 primary source documents that are relevant to the history of Canada. Each primary resource is printed on sturdy 8.5” X 11” card stock.The Canada Primary Sources will help your students build common core skills including: • Analysis• Critical Thinking• Point of View• Compare and Contrast• Order of Events• And Much More! Perfect for gallery walks and literature circles! Great research and reference materials! The 20 Canada Primary Sources are: • Defeat of the Iroquois at Lake Champlain print of Samuel de Champlain’s original sketch – 1609• The Last Voyage of Henry Hudson, 1611 – painted by John Collier in 1881• 17th century map of New France• Painting depicting the “filles du roi”: Arrival of the French Girls at Quebec – 1667• Engraved illustration of the Quebec colony – 1683• Expulsion Order Read to Acadians in 1755 – painting by Charles William Jefferys• Depiction of the Battle of the Plains of Abraham: A View of the Taking of Quebec, 13 September, 1759• Illustration of aboriginal people at a Hudson Bay Company trading post in the early 1800s• Political cartoon published in London, warning of the dangers of immigrating to Canada – 1820• Battle of Saint-Eustache of 1837, painted in 1840 by Lord Charles Beauclerk• Portrait of Sir Louis-Hippolyte Lafontaine, the first Prime Minister of the United Provinces of Canada – circa 1850s• Poster advertising immigration to Ontario – 1878• Newspaper clipping: “The Rebellion of the Half-Breeds in Canada under Louis Riel” – 1885• Photograph of the Montreal Shamrocks, 1899 Stanley Cup Champions• Logging in north Vancouver, British Columbia – 1920s• Photograph of unemployed men hopping a train in Canada during the Great Depression – 1933• War songs written by T. Reg. Sloan. (1939 – 1945) • Poster notice to Japanese Canadians during World War II – 1942• Celebration of the St. Lawrence Seaway opening in 1959• The Proclamation of the Constitution Act – 1982Your students will: …think critically and analytically, interpret events, and question various perspectives of history. …participate in active learning by creating their own interpretations instead of memorizing facts and a writer’s interpretations. …integrate and evaluate information provided in diverse media formats to deepen their understanding of historical events. …experience a more relevant and meaningful learning experience.


     
  • Civil Rights Coloring & Activity Book (eBook) cover

    Civil Rights Coloring & Activity Book (eBook)

    Gallopade International
    24 Pages, Grades 3 - 8
    Was: $5.99 (USD)
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    Civil Rights Coloring & Activity Book (eBook)

    You will meet the brave men and women who fought for equal rights. You will learn about their difficult struggles. You will celebrate their victories. And you will see how the Civil Rights Movement truly changed America! Some of the important people you discover in the Civil Rights Coloring Book include:Jackie RobinsonThe Tuskegee AirmenLinda BrownThe “Little Rock Nine” Rosa ParksRuby BridgesMartin Luther King, Jr. Coretta Scott KingSome of the important events in the Civil Rights Coloring Book include: The history of the civil rightsSegregationMontgomery Bus Boycott“Sit-ins” Freedom RidesMarch on Washington“Freedom Summer” Equal RightsThe Civil Rights Color Book activities include word search, maze, matching, double trouble, draw half the picture, connect the dots, and decipher the code.


     
  • Arizona Primary Sources (eBook) cover

    Arizona Primary Sources (eBook)

    Gallopade International
    20 Pages, Grades 3 - 8
    Was: $11.99 (USD)
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    Arizona Primary Sources (eBook)

    The Arizona Primary Sources is a pack of 20 primary source documents that are relevant to the history of Idaho. The Arizona Primary Sources include historical documents, maps, photographs, political cartoons and more. Each primary resource is printed on sturdy 8.5” X 11” cardstock. We dug through the archives so you don't have to! Perfect for Gallery Walks & Literature Circles! Great for Research & Reference! Build Common Core Skills: Analysis • Critical Thinking • Point of View • Compare and Contrast • Order of Events • & Much More!


     
  • Nebraska Primary Sources (eBook) cover

    Nebraska Primary Sources (eBook)

    Gallopade International
    20 Pages, Grades 3 - 8
    Was: $11.99 (USD)
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    Nebraska Primary Sources (eBook)

    The Nebraska Primary Sources is a pack of 20 primary source documents that are relevant to the history of Nebraska. Each primary resource is printed on sturdy 8.5” X 11” card stock.The Nebraska Primary Sources will help your students build common core skills including: • Analysis• Critical Thinking• Point of View• Compare and Contrast• Order of Events• And Much More! Perfect for gallery walks and literature circles! Great research and reference materials! The 20 Nebraska Primary Sources are: • Map of the Oregon Trail – settlers used trail to travel west in mid 1800s• Political cartoon featuring conflict in the aftermath of the Kansas-Nebraska Act – 1854• Map of Kansas and Nebraska – 1855• Engraving of John C. Fré mont – explorer known as “The Pathfinder” – 1856• Painting entitled Pawnee Indians Migrating by Alfred Jacob Miller – circa 1858• Poster for Pony Express fast mail delivery from Missouri to California – Fort Kearny was a home station of Pony Express – 1860• Photograph of Ponca Chief Standing Bear – circa 1870• Poster advertising land for sale in Iowa and Nebraska – 1872• Painting entitled The Last Spike by Thomas Hill – commemorates the completion of the first transcontinental railroad in 1869 – the first rails of the railroad were laid in Omaha – painting 1881• Photograph of family posing next to their covered wagon during the Great Western Migration – Loup Valley, Nebraska – 1886• Photograph of U.S. Representative Omer Kem and his family in front of their sod house in Nebraska – 1886• Photograph of People’s Party candidate nominating convention in Columbus, Nebraska – 1890• Photographic print featuring Democratic nominees William Jennings Bryan of Nebraska for president and Arthur Sewall of Maine for vice president – 1896• Photograph of President Theodore Roosevelt speaking in Crawford, Nebraska, on his western tour – 1903• Photograph of wheat field workers on Dutch flats near Mitchell, Nebraska – 1910• Photograph of Nebraska State Capitol – building completed 1932• Photograph featuring cowboy aiming at a herd of buffalo near Scotts Bluff National Monument, Nebraska – 1934• Photograph of Chimney Rock, Nebraska – photo taken 2009• Population density map of Nebraska – 2010• Photograph of Mayhew Cabin – Underground Railroad site in Nebraska City – photo taken 2012Your students will: …think critically and analytically, interpret events, and question various perspectives of history. …participate in active learning by creating their own interpretations instead of memorizing facts and a writer’s interpretations. …integrate and evaluate information provided in diverse media formats to deepen their understanding of historical events. …experience a more relevant and meaningful learning experience.


     
  • Nevada Primary Sources (eBook) cover

    Nevada Primary Sources (eBook)

    Gallopade International
    20 Pages, Grades 3 - 8
    Was: $11.99 (USD)
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    Nevada Primary Sources (eBook)

    The Nevada Primary Sources is a pack of 20 primary source documents that are relevant to the history of Nevada. Each primary resource is printed on sturdy 8.5” X 11” card stock.The Nevada Primary Sources will help your students build common core skills including: • Analysis• Critical Thinking• Point of View• Compare and Contrast• Order of Events• And Much More! Perfect for gallery walks and literature circles! Great research and reference materials! The 20 Nevada Primary Sources are: • Drawing of tents and covered wagons at camp on the bank of the Humboldt River in western Nevada – 1859• Illustration of Virginia City, Nevada Territory – 1861• Copy of signature page for the telegraph transmission of the first Nevada State Constitution – 1864• Photograph of pyramid and domes, Pyramid Lake, Nevada – 1867• Cover of Crofutt’s Great Trans-Continental Tourist’s Guide – described sights along the first transcontinental railroad route – 1870• Photograph of Nevada State Capitol – 1875• Lithograph showing scenes from the Comstock Lode silver and gold deposit – 1877• Photographs of the Sutro tunnel and mule train – connected to Comstock Lode in northern Nevada – 1890• Photograph of long stagecoach with horses and mules hauling supplies to mines in Goldfield, Nevada – 1905• Nevada state flag from 1905 to 1915• Photograph of Paiute Indian family sitting outside their hut – Goldfield, Nevada – 1906• Photograph of Native American woman making a basket – Reno, Nevada – circa 1910• Photograph of open gambling scene in Nevada – 1910• Map of the Colorado River Basin – 1928• Photograph of Native American construction workers at Boulder Dam (later named Hoover Dam) – 1935• Photograph of Hoover Dam – 1941• Photograph of worker wearing large asbestos mittens to handle hot magnesium ingots produced at the Basic Magnesium Incorporated plant in southern Nevada desert – 1942• Photograph of Operation Teapot Military Effects Test over Frenchman Flat in Nevada – 1955• Photograph of night aerial view of Las Vegas, Nevada – 2009• Population density map of Nevada – 2010Your students will: …think critically and analytically, interpret events, and question various perspectives of history. …participate in active learning by creating their own interpretations instead of memorizing facts and a writer’s interpretations. …integrate and evaluate information provided in diverse media formats to deepen their understanding of historical events. …experience a more relevant and meaningful learning experience.


     
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    North Dakota Primary Sources (eBook)

    Gallopade International
    20 Pages, Grades 3 - 8
    Was: $11.99 (USD)
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    North Dakota Primary Sources (eBook)

    The North Dakota Primary Sources is a pack of 20 primary source documents that are relevant to the history of North Dakota. Each primary resource is printed on sturdy 8.5” X 11” card stock.The North Dakota Primary Sources will help your students build common core skills including: • Analysis• Critical Thinking• Point of View• Compare and Contrast• Order of Events• And Much More! Perfect for gallery walks and literature circles! Great research and reference materials! The 20 North Dakota Primary Sources are: • Illustration of Road Maker, a Hidatsa chief – circa 1840• Photograph of hunting and camping party of George Armstrong Custer and guests near area that later became Fort Abraham Lincoln State Park – Dakota Territory – 1875• Dakota Territory coat of arms – 1876• Political cartoon featuring Indian warrior surrounded by representatives of the Interior Department and the War Department – 1878• Cabinet card featuring photograph of Sitting Bull – 1881• Photograph of Theodore Roosevelt – was rancher in North Dakota 1880s – photo 1883• Photograph of men with threshing machine harvesting grain – Beach, North Dakota – circa 1910• Postcard featuring downtown Grand Forks, North Dakota – 1912• Photograph of sewing class at Bismarck Indian School – circa 1920• Photograph of President Franklin Roosevelt speaking at Bismarck, North Dakota – 1936• Photograph of sod homestead near Bowman, North Dakota – 1936• Photograph of farm family window shopping – Williston, North Dakota – 1937• Photograph of hardware store window – Crosby, North Dakota – 1937• Photograph of farm children playing with homemade merry-go-round – Williams County, North Dakota – 1937• Photograph of Great Northern Railway station in Fargo, North Dakota – 1939• Photograph of grain elevator and flour mill – Fargo, North Dakota – 1939• Postage stamp commemorating Lewis and Clark Expedition – stamp issued 1954• Photograph of painted mural at Missile Alert Facility Alpha- Zero – Grand Forks Air Force Base – 2000• Photograph of sunflower field in Fargo – North Dakota is one of nation’s top sunflower-producing states – 2005• Population density map of North Dakota – 2010Your students will: …think critically and analytically, interpret events, and question various perspectives of history. …participate in active learning by creating their own interpretations instead of memorizing facts and a writer’s interpretations. …integrate and evaluate information provided in diverse media formats to deepen their understanding of historical events. …experience a more relevant and meaningful learning experience.