If You Take a Mouse to School: Here is a printable interactive notebook sequencing activity to go along with the book, If You Take A Mouse to School by Laura Numeroff. It is appropriate for first and second grade. The lift-the-flap activity is similar to a story map focusing on the characters, setting, beginning, middle and end. Students may glue the correct answers under each flap, or write their own sentences under each story map flap.
Adorable New Mammal Discovered By California Academy Of Sciences Staff: Macroscelides micus, discovered in a remote part of Namibia, is actually more closely related to the elephant than it is to a mouse. #Animals #Mammal #Macroscleides_micus
To a Mouse – Connect Robert Burns’ Poem to Steinbeck’s Of Mice and Men
“So, what does the title mean, anyway?” If you’ve ever taught Of Mice and Men, you know that you’re bound to be asked this question by the end of your unit. Just click here and you'll help students answer their own question.
Robert Burns (Scottish Poet and Lyricist) was a pioneer of the Romantic Movement. Considered by the Scots as "The Greatest Scot" His most popular song is "Old Auld Syne" which is sung at New Years across the world. His poems most read are A Red, Red Rose, A Man's for A' That; To A Louse to A Mouse, The Battle of Sherramuir, Tam O'Shanter and Ae Fond Kiss.
I took Zimbio's 'Cinderella' quiz and I'm Lady Tremaine! Who are you?
SAT/ACT Vocabulary Word Count: 14 (on first page) Inception for mice is here! Scientists were able to successfully implant a false memory into a mouse's brain. Are humans next? Read more and learn vocabulary words like alibi, inducing, intrusion, isolate, milestone, prominent, traumatic, and trivial.