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  • July and August (Monthly Idea Book series) (Grades PreK-3) (eBook) cover

    July and August (Monthly Idea Book series) (Grades ...

    Scholastic
    144 Pages, Grades PK - 3
    Was: $17.99 (USD)
    Now: $17.09  Add to cart

     

    July and August (Monthly Idea Book series) (Grades PreK-3) (eBook)

    Sure to become your favorite go-to resource, this July/August Monthly Idea Book will supplement any curriculum. Brimming with adorable patterns, creative ideas, motivational awards, bookmarks, crafts, bulletin-board suggestions, and so much more! A great way to celebrate every special day in July and August!


     
  • Words of Heritage - Writing Black History cover

    Words of Heritage - Writing Black History

    Hollister Kids
    16 Pages, Grades 3 - 12
    Was: $8.95 (USD)
    Now: $8.50  Add to cart

     

    Words of Heritage - Writing Black History

    From earliest times, the experience of African Americans has been a story of emotion, strength, families and communities. This popular Black History Month package profiles black writers of fiction, poetry, plays, rap and children's literature and explores how writing expresses heritage. Centerspread offers resources for researching family histories. Writers featured include Walter Dean Myers, Alice Walker, Terry McMillan, Christopher Paul Curtis, Toni Morrison, Maya Angelou, Langston Hughes, Sonia Sanchez, Lorraine Hansberry, August Wilson, Suzan Lori Parks, Ntozake Shange and more. Writing activities polish skills for students of all ages.


     
  • August - I'm Done! What's Next? Activities cover

    August - I'm Done! What's Next? Activities

    Practice & LearnRight Publications
    32 Pages, Grades K - 5
    Was: $12.95 (USD)
    Now: $12.30  Add to cart

     

    August - I'm Done! What's Next? Activities

    This 32 page book contains 16 pages of full color activity cards (4 per page for a total of 64 activities) involving a wide variety of skills and monthly activities. Plus 16 pages of teacher ideas, activity sheets and art patterns.


     
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    Summer Calendars

    Evan-Moor Educational Publishers
    3 Pages, Grades 1 - 5
    Was: $2.79 (USD)
    Now: $2.65  Add to cart

     

    Summer Calendars

    This summer unit provides blank calendars for the months of June, July, and August with suggestions for filling in numbers and special celebrations. (Find additional summer season units by keying in 'Summer Activities.')


     
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    August's Special Days

    Evan-Moor Educational Publishers
    3 Pages, Grades 1 - 3
    Was: $2.79 (USD)
    Now: $2.65  Add to cart

     

    August's Special Days

    Information on the month of August including a list of special days, a blank calendar for August, and directions for creating a pocket book


     
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    Write Every Day: August

    Evan-Moor Educational Publishers
    3 Pages, Grades 2 - 6
    Was: $2.79 (USD)
    Now: $2.65  Add to cart

     

    Write Every Day: August

    The month of August can provide hot ideas for creative writing. This unit has three reproducible pages with ideas: an illustrated page of a tall circus clown (with request for a caption), a page with 25 quickwrite topics, and a page of twenty story starters and titles.


     
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    Frankenstein Night

    Evan-Moor Educational Publishers
    1 Page, Grades 2 - 6
    Was: $1.99 (USD)
    Now: $1.89  Add to cart

     

    Frankenstein Night

    Mary Shelley, the author of 'Frankenstein,' was born August 30, 1797. This writing activity, titled 'Shivers,' prompts students to think about a time when they were frightened and write about that experience. (This page is a good prompt for the month of August and for Halloween, as well.)


     
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    Summer At-Home Activities

    Evan-Moor Educational Publishers
    3 Pages, Grades PK - K
    Was: $2.79 (USD)
    Now: $2.65  Add to cart

     

    Summer At-Home Activities

    One page of activity ideas for each month of June, July, and August that parents and child can complete together.


     
  • The Swiss Alps: Where to Stay, Where to Eat & Where to Party in Geneva, Zermatt, Zurich, Lucerne, St. Moritz & Beyond  (ePub) cover

    The Swiss Alps: Where to Stay, Where to ...

    Hunter Publishing
    Page, Grades 4 - 12, Staff
    Was: $4.99 (USD)
    Now: $4.74  Add to cart

     

    The Swiss Alps: Where to Stay, Where to Eat & Where to Party in Geneva, Zermatt, Zurich, Lucerne, St. Moritz & Beyond  (ePub)

    This guide rounds up hotels for each destination that have both a prime location and reasonable standards of comfort, narrowing coverage to those hostelries offering particularly memorable stays. Our hotel picks are categorized by price range - but you should be aware that seasonal fluctuations can be great, particularly in the resort areas. While luxury houses across Europe maintain similarly exquisite standards, hotels at lower ends of the scale tend to vary by region in comfort and cleanliness. Breakfasts are normally included in budget and moderate room rates. Luxury hotels usually tack on a substantial charge. However, the meal is not an American-style feast, but a modest buffet spread of bread, meat, cheese, and jam, normally served with a choice of juices and coffee or tea. Bidets are a common European feature, a great little gadget intended for washing your nether regions. I've heard of some creative uses, too, ranging from a sock-soak to a baby bath. High-tech versions prove a real hoot, with water jets that have controls for pressure, temperature, and pattern; built-in blow dryers; and (requiring some imagination) portable remote controls. A wide range of accommodations are available, including youth hostels, private rooms, mountain huts, guesthouses, hotels, and spa resorts. I've included mostly hotels here. When booking lodging at the lower end of the price range, expect to share a bath; at the upper end, expect to pay extra for breakfast. While Switzerland shares cuisines with each of its neighbors, its most intimate culinary relationship is with France. Along with the northwestern corner of Italy, Switzerland and France dish out an astounding array of cheese dishes. The fondue Savoyarde is the most famed of the cheese mixes here, a bubbling pot of fromage made tangy with white wine and a shot or two of kirsche liqueur. Raclette, too, proves another oozy favorite: The traditional service involves a large block of cheese melted tableside over an open flame - and served with a mix of steamed potatoes and pickled vegetables. Other open-flame affairs include chunks of meat with fondues bourguignonne, a pot of hot oil; chinoise, a pot of boiling bouillon; and Bacchus, a pot of spiced local wine. Grilled specialties, mixed salads, and a variety of sweet and savory crêpes all prove popular, too. Unless there's a host posted at the door, European restaurants intend for you to come in and seat yourself. (Leave your coat and umbrella at the door.) In casual and traditional settings, it's not uncommon for strangers to share your table. Although it seems an oddly intimidating question to pose, you shouldn't be afraid to join a stranger's table, either. Just ask if the seats are free. You're not necessarily expected to chat - although it is a pleasant way to meet strangers. Oddly, Geneva holds the world's largest foreign celebration of American Independence Day each 4th of July - fireworks and all. When Christmas rolls around, festivities include a month-long International Christmas Market at Fusterie Square, a Christmas Tree Festival, and La Coupe de Noel, a nippy lake-swimming competition. Finally, in the midst of the holiday season, comes the Escalade, Geneva's favorite party. Carnivale comes to town during the pre-Lenten season, and Le Bol d'Or draws over 500 crews for a prestigious sailing regatta. Geneva's Musical Summer takes center stage from June through September, Swiss National Day is celebrated at Bastions Park on the 1st of August, and the Fêtes de Geneve Summer Festival brings shows, concerts, parades, and food to the city's shoreline in early August. For drinks in Old Town, Café La Clemence has a big terrace on the Bourg de Flour. Later, English-speakers congregate at the old Shaker's Club at Rue Boulangerie 7 or nearby at Flanagan's Irish Bar. Both are in old town. Several disco venues dot Geneva's outskirts, but for dancing action in the city center, try l'Inderdit or drag-show-driven Le Loft; both stay ope


     
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    Daily Discoveries for August (Grades K-5) (eBook)

    Teaching and Learning Company
    192 Pages, Grades K - 5
    Was: $13.95 (USD)
    Now: $13.25  Add to cart

     

    Daily Discoveries for August (Grades K-5) (eBook)

    Every day in your classroom will be a special day when you use the creative ideas in this book. Like the other excellent books in this series, a reason to celebrate every day in the month is included with fun activity ideas to be plugged into your regular curriculum: language arts, social studies, writing, math, science and health, music and drama, physical fitness, art, etc. Special days in August include: Friendship Day, This Is Your Life Day, International Left-Handers' Day, Desert Day and Career Day, just to name a few. Your students will look forward to every day of the school year when you make it a constant celebration. And they'll learn while they have fun! Included are fun patterns for writing assignments and art projects as well as lists of correlated books, recipes, reproducibles and bulletin board ideas.


     
  • It Happens in the Month of August by Ellen Jackson and Kay Life (eBook) cover

    It Happens in the Month of August by ...

    Charlesbridge Publishing
    32 Pages, Grades 2 - 5
    Was: $9.99 (USD)
    Now: $9.49  Add to cart

     

    It Happens in the Month of August by Ellen Jackson and Kay Life (eBook)

    Everything you ever wanted to know about each month, including weather, animal behavior, plant growth, zodiac signs, birthstones and flowers, holidays, historic events, famous people born that month, and a story to wrap it all up.


     
  • August: Daily Comprehension series (Grades 5-12) (eBook) cover

    August: Daily Comprehension series (Grades 5-12) (eBook)

    Remedia Publications
    64 Pages, Grades 5 - 12
    Was: $10.99 (USD)
    Now: $10.44  Add to cart

     

    August: Daily Comprehension series (Grades 5-12) (eBook)

    A lesson a day for the entire school year! Each 60-page book offers a different non-fiction story for each day of the month, which was chosen because of its particular significance on that date. These high-interest low-vocabulary stories are followed by hands-on activities designed to improve overall reading comprehension while focusing on specific skills. Best of all, you will never run out of usable activities again! High-interest format.


     
  • Hiroshima Day (Grades 4-6) (eLesson Plan) cover

    Hiroshima Day (Grades 4-6) (eLesson Plan)

    S & S Learning
    3 Pages, Grades 4 - 6
    Was: $3.45 (USD)
    Now: $3.27  Add to cart

     

    Hiroshima Day (Grades 4-6) (eLesson Plan)

    Hiroshima Day is truly one that provokes many thoughts and feelings. It is celebrated on August 6 which is the anniversary of the day when the Americans dropped the Atomic Bomb on Hiroshima, Japan, killing and injuring thousands of Japanese people. The information relates that time period during World War II, the decisions made, the reasoning for peoples action and the devastating results. The follow-up promotes expressing ones opinion.View the eBook that this E-Lesson is taken from here.


     
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    Summer Activities (ebook)

    Educational Books 'n' Bingo
    15 Pages, Grades 3 - 5
    Was: $1.99 (USD)
    Now: $1.89  Add to cart

     

    Summer Activities (ebook)

    From the book entitled From the First Day of School to the Last: May and June, this unit provides an activity for every day of July and August. Unlike May and June: Daily Activities, these activities are listed but not illustrated.