Assignment Calculator - This site is designed for the use of college students at the University of Minnesota. The student inputs the dates of the start and end of the assignment and the topic. A schedule of work is generated along with suggested resources to use.
The Poetry Foundation -This site will help you to find poems by subject, title, author, and a number of other criteria. Acrostic Creator - Online tool and lesson plans to help students create acrostic poems. Diamante Poems - An online tool for creating diamante poems, and lesson plans which may be used even if you do not want to go online.
Back to School Books - Suggested books for teachers and librarians to read on the first day of school. Celebrate Children's Book Week - Many lessons here are good for any time of the year. The Holiday Zone - This site has booklists, craft ideas, worksheets, and other materials for holidays and seasons.
December Holidays - Ideas from Education World. Elementary Level Children's Book Breaks - Craft ideas, bookmarks, and writing paper templates for early elementary children's books such as Arthur, Clifford, and others.
Reading Rockets - a project to promote reading by early elementary age students. It is a collaboration between PBS and just about every other group concerned with early literacy. There is a section for librarians which may be found on the menu choice For Other Professionals.
There are also a large number of articles - some with teaching activities. Picture Book Month - Celebrated in November. This site has a nice calendar with a suggested book for each day. There are also suggested activities.
There are activities for holidays, weather, back to school, authors, and more. Caldecott Connections - List of winners and teaching ideas from Eduscapes.Teaching the Compare and Contrast Essay through Modeling - [designed for grades ]lesson plan from Read Write Think Using Graphic Organizers to Compare/Contrast - this five-page lesson plan includes student activities with graphic organizers.
Glossary for Grades Alternative: One of a number of things from which one must choose. Automated Teller Machine Lesson Plans for Grades A Tale of Two Brothers. Time: 30 minutes. Grades Lesson A: Read A Tale of Two Brothers (A1) aloud to the class.
2. At the end of the story, have students summarize what each brother did with. (Grades ) Jokes Solve the math problems to get the letters to a joke.
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Then read aloud the headlines one at a time. Ask students to write the name of the person they think . Read Write Think - Lesson plans for all grade levels. These lessons are designed to promote reading and literacy, and are appropriate for information skills, reading, and technology lessons.
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Students explore figurative language through read. Lesson Plans: A Day in the Life Students will use knowledge and experience to tell about events.
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