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Book Walk

This is a really cool idea for a "BOOK WALK." Different pages from a story are posted around an outdoor trail. At each post (numbered in order), a volunteer adult reads that part of the story and then gives the children a small object related to that part. At the end, the children use the small objects to assist in retelling the story. Love it! (Click to blog to see more details.)

Book Walk

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This is a FREE name that animal based on its skeleton presentation. It helps reinforce that the skeletal system helps provide the form of the animal. A skeleton is shown and then the students try and guess the animal. This set of slides is one very small part of my skeletal system lesson. Link to FREE .ppt provided in pin info.

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Some might say that a hero is someone who does amazing feats like winning an Olympic gold medal or the Noble Peace Prize. Others say that being a hero is someone who performs a brave act like a firefighter who goes into a burning building to save a child.

What is a Hero? A Discovery Lesson

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This free eBook includes 14 free social studies resources for grades K-12! Fourteen of the best sellers on TpT have gotten together and contributed resources to help you Spring into Social Studies!

FREE Social Studies Collaborative eBook for All Grades

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33 Ideas for Read Across America

Teaching Blog Addict: 33 Ideas for Read Across America

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FREE LANGUAGE ARTS LESSON - “Reading Strategies Book Club Packet” - Go to The Best of Teacher Entrepreneurs for this and hundreds of free lessons. http://thebestofteacherentrepreneurs.blogspot.com/2012/08/free-language-arts-lesson-reading.html

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Do you want to build a snowman? (Welcome to Storytime)

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3 Reasons to Give Your Kids Graphic Novels

3 Reasons to Give Your Kids Graphic Novels Graphic novels are more than just expanded comic books.

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