In 1876, France decided to give the United States a very big and very special present--the Statue of Liberty. The gift was to commemorate the 100th birthday of the United States, and just packing it was no small feat--350 pieces in 214 crates shipped across the ocean. The story of how the 111-foot-tall lady took her place in the New York Harbor will fascinate young readers.
Release on 2000-05-01 | by Brett Blair,Tim Carpenter (M. Div.)
Author: Brett Blair,Tim Carpenter (M. Div.)
Pubpsher: CSS Publishing
Category: Children's sermons
Anyone who has done children's sermons will sooner or later hear from someone that I learn more from the children's sermon than I do from the real sermon. And indeed, the truths of scripture are so simple that even a child can understand them. So it's no accident that children's sermons have become a central part of the worship service in many churches.Brett Blair and Tim Carpenter offer a year's worth of object lessons that engage children and impart profound lessons for all ages. Two sermons are provided for each Sunday in Cycle A of the Revised Common Lectionary, one based on the Second Lesson and one based on the Gospel. The messages are structured in two parts: the lesson uses an object to draw out active responses from children, then the application connects that object to the assigned scripture reading. Each message includes a clear statement of its exegetical aim.
She stands in New York Harbor, lifting her light to the world. The Statue of Liberty is a symbol of the United States of America. Many people know some things about her, but how much do you know? Do you know: What is the Statue of Liberty’s real name? What was the Statue of Liberty originally used for? What was the first part of the Statue to be finished? Which is taller, the statue or the pedestal it stands on? How are the Eiffel Tower and the Statue of Liberty connected? And many more! Find out more about the Statue of Liberty and amaze your family and friends with these fun facts. The Educational Version has activities that meet Common Core Curriculum Standards. LearningIsland.com believes in the value of children practicing reading for 15 minutes every day. Our 15-Minute Books give children lots of fun, exciting choices to read, from classic stories, to mysteries, to books of knowledge. Many books are appropriate for hi-lo readers. Open the world of reading to a child by having them read for 15 minutes a day.
Do you know that the Statue of Liberty hasn't always looked green? Or that the first torch had to be replaced? Lady Liberty has been an important US symbol for more than one hundred years. Join Mrs. Bolt's class as they visit the statue and learn where the statue came from, how she was built, and what American ideas she represents.
Release on 2013-08-22 | by Judith A. Muschla,Gary Robert Muschla,Erin Muschla
5- to 10-Minute Activities Aligned with the Common Core Math Standards, Grades 6-12
Author: Judith A. Muschla,Gary Robert Muschla,Erin Muschla
Pubpsher: John Wiley & Sons
A revised edition of the bestselling activities guide for math teachers Now updated with new math activities for computers and mobile devices—and now organized by the Common Core State Standards—this book includes more than 650 ready-to-use math starter activities that get kids quickly focused and working as soon as they enter the classroom. Ideally suited for any math curriculum, these high-interest problems spark involvement in the day's lesson, help students build skills, and allow teachers to handle daily management tasks without wasting valuable instructional time. A newly updated edition of a bestselling title Ideal for math teachers in grades six through twelve Includes more than 650 ready-to-use starter problems
Sharpen fourth graders' critical-thinking skills with these brain-teasing activities. Parents, students, and teachers will love these fun challenges, puzzles, and logical thinking pages. They're a great way to practice higher-order thinking skills.
First Grade Social Science Lesson, Activities, Discussion Questions and Quizzes
Author: Terri Raymond
Pubpsher: HomeSchool Brew Press
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction
If your child is struggling with social science, then this book is for you; the short book covers the topic and also contains 10 discussion questions, 10 activities, and 20 quiz style questions. This subject comes from the book “First Grade Social Science (For Homeschool or Extra Practice)”; it more thoroughly covers more first grade topics to help your child get a better understanding of first grade social science. If you purchased that book, or plan to purchase that book, do not purchase this, as the activities are the same.