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Staying at home got you down? Send Grandma a postcard from one of four places from THE SCARY PLACES MAP BOOK.
The new teacher’s guide for THE BOY WHO CRIED WOLF. Compiled by Martha Elson, this guide is packed with related ideas, lesson plans and activities to keep your classroom humming. CCSS compliant.
Specially written for early elementary grades this guide includes units on problem solving, friendship, attitude and adventure. Discussions on gender stereotypes, cultural diversity, art, and geography are included as well as creative writing projects and activities. Your students will be “happy ever after.”
Take a trip to your library and see check out some of the over 150 books in THE SCARY PLACES MAP BOOK Literature Guide. Picture books, chapter books, middle grade novels, activity guides and reference books all are included. Fiction? yes! Non-fiction? You bet! download your copy below.
Activities, games, and projects to bring SCARY PLACES into your ELA, math, and science curriculum. CCSS compliant. Grades 1-4.
Want to create your very own Scary Place or Fairy Tale Kingdom? This is the place to start. Fill in the blanks and add them to the direction map and you will be on your way. Once you are done, follow it up and draw a map, using the blank map grid.
Download 6 pages of Corduroy activities: coloring page, puzzle page, connect the dots- all with Don Freeman’s lovable Corduroy bear.
How many times have you needed a blank map grid? Here is a version we used in THE SCARY PLACES MAP BOOK and THE ONCE UPON A TIME MAP BOOK.
Add a compass rose, a map key and start planning your journey!
Get those permission slips signed and take your class on the official ONCE UPON A TIME MAP BOOK TOUR!
This guide is filled with ideas to keep your class busy. Included are map skills, writing projects, math and science connections. Don’t forget to take THE ONCE UPON A TIME MAP QUIZ when you return.
Simple, early activity pages for your own little road builders
Is your class learning how to research? Test their skills out on my Author Quiz. There are fourteen questions from my website.
A book-based thematic approach to reading designed to engage children in the book experience.
Includes hands-on, cross-curricular
activities for books about dinosaurs.