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  • $2.00

    This cross-curricular (Science / Literacy Writing ) product will have students creating their very own mini-books detailing the life cycle of a flower!

    Knowledge students will learn: Students will learn what flowers (plants) need to live and grow (soil, water, sun, air) and how a planted seed becomes a sprout, then a seedling and then a beautiful flower.

    Students will:— read the text — draw a picture — write (copy) the written text

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  • Guided Reading and Activities - Make Way for Ducklings
    $3.75

    This Reading / Literacy resource offers guided reading questions and student activities that will help students get the most from Robert McCloskey’s book, Make Way for Ducklings. (1942 Caldecott Medal award winning book!)

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  • Frog Life Cycle
    $2.00

    This cross-curricular (Science / Literacy Writing ) product will have students creating their very own mini-books detailing the life cycle of a frog!

    Knowledge students will learn:

    The book will begin with the female frog laying her eggs near or in water. Students will then learn about the tadpole, what it looks like and what it eats and how it grows and turns into a froglet. They will learn how the froglet has developed the ability to breathe and live on land and then turns into a frog. Does a frog eat different things than a tadpole? Students will find out! At the end of the unit, there is also a coloring page of the different stages from egg to frog.

    Students will: — read the text — draw a picture — write (copy) the written text

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  • Life Cycle of a Ladybug - Beetle
    $2.00

    This cross-curricular (Science / Literacy Writing ) product will have students creating their very own mini-books detailing the life cycle of a ladybug!

    Knowledge students will learn: The book will begin by identifying a ladybug as a beetle. The students will then learn that the mother ladybug lays tiny yellow eggs in clusters under a leaf and continues as the larva hatches and begins to eat. What do ladybugs eat? Students will find out! They will also learn what the ladybug pupa looks like before attaching itself to a leaf for changes to begin. Finally, an adult ladybug will emerge!

    Students will:— read the text — draw a picture — write (copy) the written text

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  • $4.00

    This Winter Reading and Writing resource (with a “Read it! Draw it! Write it!” section) has a variety of pages (and a variety of skills) that you can use in reading and writing centers, as mini-lessons, seat work for early finishers or as homework. Perfect to use in December, January, February and into March!

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