180 Creative Ideas for Getting Students Involved, Engaged, by Luisa Gerasimo; Sally M Walke

By Luisa Gerasimo; Sally M Walke

From the editors of The Teacher's Calendar and Chase's Calendar of occasions comes an essential lecture room source for educators of grades K-8. listed below are a hundred and eighty lesson plan supplements--one for every day of the varsity year--that will provide lecturers prepared entry to an abundance of functional, do-able actions and listings of very worthwhile assets to complement classes and inspire scholar participation. rules are awarded chronologically by means of month, yet also are keyed via topic region (math, technology, language arts, etc.) for optimum ease of use.

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Place names are an obvious starting point, but we also enjoy 34 Ideas for September many foods from Hispanic cultures in general and from Latin America in particular. You and your students can also observe this month by learning some Spanish. , and Spanish names for colors and common objects used in the classroom are good choices. Hispanic students in your class could lead the lessons. Check your local radio stations for a Spanish station you can turn on periodically. A food fair is a tasty way to explore Hispanic heritage.

Students will learn which plants larvae feed on and which plants adult butterflies turn to for nectar. Once the garden has been planted, keep track of caterpillars and butterflies with The First Guide to Caterpillars, by Amy Wright (Houghton, 0-395-91194-2, ages eight to twelve), and The First Guide to Butterflies and Moths, by Paul Opler (Houghton, 0-395-90665-2, ages eight to twelve). Both are in the Peterson’s guide series mentioned above. Several other books have information about butterflies and the kinds of gardens that attract them.

Art Tatum, Bill Evans, and Dave Brubeck have recorded many pieces. Or choose the works of James P. Johnson, who invented stride piano. Boogie-woogie, another form of jazz piano, has an infectious beat that leaves fingers snapping and toes tapping. 25 180 Creative Ideas for Getting Students Involved, Engaged, and Excited 17 Henry David Thoreau Ends Two-Year Stay at Walden, September 6, 1847 Henry David Thoreau, born in Concord, Massachusetts, July 12, 1817, is perhaps best remembered for his book Walden.

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