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Teaching and learning major U.S. holidays and seasonable celebrations just got much easier with The Entire World of Celebrations and Seasons™ Activity Book.
Twenty-four (24) major celebrations are covered. Each celebration includes a one page introduction and at least six different activities involving reading, math, social studies and science which have been aligned to state curriculum standards. A handy cross-reference chart is included so that creating lesson plans and activities mapped to curriculum standards is a breeze.
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This book is designed to provide you with tons of fun-filled activities for your students that you will use through out the year. Activities are designed for both younger and older students. Each section is divided and easily identified by younger and older student activities. 214 Pages. Ages: 5 and up. Holiday activities include:
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A tear-out calendar is included. All activities are downloadable for easy print at-school and at-home use.
214 Pages. Ages: 5 and up.
Holiday activities include:
Start of School
Daylight Savings Time
New Year's Day
Martin Luther King Day
Daylight Savings Time
St. Patrick's Day
School is Out
Teach sequencing and/or holidays using events going on around seasonal celebrations.
20 different holiday sequences are included (5 for each season) on extra rugged 3.5” x 4” cards. Each sequence includes 3 events depicted in a cute colored illustration. Place the events in order to reveal details of each season. 60 cards in all. Comes in a sturdy box.
A variety of skills are targeted, including:
Sequencing up to 3 elements
Receptive and expressive vocabulary skills related to seasons, celebrations, and
concepts of time
Narrative skills (e.g., story telling and describing a sequence of events)
Answer wh- questions
Verb tenses: present tense, past tense, and present progressive (is + ing)
Memory strategies for remembering details in a picture
Reasoning skills (e.g., prediction of what might have happened before
and what could happen next)