Don T Let The Pigeon Finish This Activity Book

Author: Mo Willems
Publisher: Walker Books Limited
ISBN: 9781406347319
Size: 75.69 MB
Format: PDF, ePub
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Includes pages of highly interactive activities. This title helps you make a pigeon finger puppet, build a paper bus, make your own driver's licence, and you can even create your own Pigeon book starring.

La Paloma Encuentra Un Perro Caliente

Author: Mo Willems
Publisher: Hyperion
ISBN: 9781423140511
Size: 23.95 MB
Format: PDF, ePub
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Pigeon’s back! And he’s found un perro caliente! But a hungry (and very sly) duckling enters the scene and wants a bite of the hot dog. Who will be the more clever bird? For the first time, Mo Willems’s New York Times best-selling The Pigeon Finds a Hot Dog! is available in Spanish for a new group of kids to fall in love with.

Annabelle Flake Gets Rich

Author: Scott Sosebee
ISBN: 9781631738579
Size: 56.79 MB
Format: PDF, ePub
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44 Page Graphic Novel, black-and-white interiors with color cover. 5.92 x 8.875" Part one of the series, Annabelle Flake Gets Rich. This is the story of a man who has a completely miserable morning, ultimately ending in tradgedy. But giving the origin story to our "hero" for the rest of the tale.

Arts Education And Literacies

Author: Amy Petersen Jensen
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1317614844
Size: 73.15 MB
Format: PDF
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In a struggling global economy, education is focused on core subjects such as language arts and mathematics, and the development of technological and career-readiness skills. Arts education has not been a central focus of education reform movements in the United States, and none of the current education standards frameworks deeply address the processes, texts and literacies that are inherent to arts disciplines. This lack of clarity poses a problem for state and district leaders who might be inclined to advocate for the arts in schools and classrooms across the country, but cannot find adequate detail in their guiding frameworks. This volume acknowledges the challenges that arts educators face, and posits that authentic arts instruction and learning can benefit a young person’s development both inside and outside of the classroom. It presents ways that arts teachers and literacy specialists can work together to help others understand the potential that arts learning has to enhance students 21st century learning skills.

Observing Primary Literacy

Author: Margaret Perkins
Publisher: SAGE
ISBN: 1526413159
Size: 30.58 MB
Format: PDF
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A detailed, accessible and literacy-focused textbook for those training to teach in primary education using real life classroom scenarios to explore aspects of good teaching practice.

Winners Handbook

Author: Judy Freeman
Publisher: Libraries Unltd Incorporated
Size: 37.14 MB
Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi
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A comprehensive handbook with thoroughly annotated lists of the years best childrens books, lesson plans, teachers guides, stories, songs, and Internet resources. Includes index.

Make Writing Exciting Grades 1 2

Author: Debra Olson Pressnall
Publisher: Key Education Publishing
ISBN: 1602680701
Size: 73.17 MB
Format: PDF, Kindle
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Over 100 writing activities and lesson plan ideas. Focuses on skills such as word choice, writing sentences and paragraphs, editing and proofreading. Includes a variety of writing styles: stories, reports, essays, letters, and journals. Includes instructions for students with special needs.

Boar Island Anna Pigeon Mysteries Book 19

Author: Nevada Barr
Publisher: Hachette UK
ISBN: 1472202309
Size: 70.45 MB
Format: PDF, Mobi
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They are not alone... Nevada Barr's nineteenth Anna Pigeon mystery, Boar Island, is a gripping novel that transports you to the wild and dangerous landscape of Acadia National Park. Perfect for fans of Jo Nesbo and Paul Doiron. 'Gripping... harrowing... a moving, suspenseful, fast-paced novel... shimmering with vibrant life and originality' - Cleveland Plain Dealer Anna Pigeon, in her career as a National Park Service Ranger, has had to deal with all manner of crimes and misdemeanours, but cyber-bulling and stalking is a new one. The target is Elizabeth, the adopted teenage daughter of her friend Heath Jarrod. Elizabeth is driven to despair by the disgusting rumours spreading online and bullying texts. Until, one day, Heath finds her daughter Elizabeth in the midst of an unsuccessful suicide attempt. And then she calls in the cavalry - her aunt Gwen and her friend Anna Pigeon. The three adults decide the best thing to do is to remove Elizabeth from the situation and, since Anna is about to start her new post as Acting Chief Ranger at Acadia National Park in Maine, they join her and stay at a house on the cliff of a small island near the park, Boar Island. But the move doesn't solve the problem. The stalker has followed them. And Heath (a paraplegic) and Elizabeth aren't alone on the otherwise deserted island. At the same time, Anna has barely arrived at Acadia before a brutal murder is committed by a killer uncomfortably close to her... What readers are saying about Boar Island: 'Ms. Barr's amazing writing and character development sucked me in and I went on the most amazing adventure' 'An exciting, twisting novel' '[I] excitedly anticipated the next page. I couldn't put Boar Island down'