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📒Mouse Count ✍ Ellen Stoll Walsh
✏Mouse Count Book Summary : Ten mice outsmart a hungry snake.
📒Mouse Paint ✍ Ellen Stoll Walsh
✏Mouse Paint Book Summary : Three white mice discover jars of red, blue, and yellow paint and explore the world of color.
📒Mouse Shapes ✍ Ellen Stoll Walsh
✏Mouse Shapes Book Summary : Three mice make a variety of things out of different shapes as they hide from a scary cat.
📒Numbers And Stories ✍ Rita C. Janes
✏Numbers and Stories Book Summary : Count on children’s books to build number sense! Math and reading go hand in hand, especially among children who are new to both. If you’re looking for a surefire way to build number sense and reading skills at the very same time, rely on this indispensable K-2 resource. Using children’s books as a springboard for learning, it provides 22 ready-to-use lessons—all aligned to the Common Core Standards for Math and ELA. Inside you’ll find 22 interactive, research-based mathematics investigations High-quality children’s book selections Reflection and discussion questions and prompts for both teachers and students Children’s work pages and formative assessment tools An online facilitator’s guide
📒Animal Hooks Books And Cooks ✍ Wendy R. Gilstrap
✏Animal Hooks Books and Cooks Book Summary : Contains a series of children's literature activities developed around the animal theme.
📒Toad Pocket Reference For Oracle ✍ Jim McDaniel
✏TOAD Pocket Reference for Oracle Book Summary : Explores the interactive environment used for Oracle development and administration, covering topics including features, menus, defaults, shortcut keys, and SQL tuning.
📒Writing Math ✍ Sharon Z. Draznin
✏Writing Math Book Summary : Containing ten thematic units, one for each month of the school year, this book provides hands-on projects that integrate maths and language arts. The activities involve children with manipulatives and show how maths is part of our everyday experiences.
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📒Through The Eyes Of A Child ✍ Donna E. Norton
✏Through the Eyes of a Child Book Summary : Looks at the history of children's literature, discusses criteria for evaluation, and surveys genres.
📒The Winter Count ✍ Allen R. Wells
✏The Winter Count Book Summary : The chief joy of travelling comes from getting from where you were to where you choose to be, on time. A close second would be finding that your luggage has almost matched your trip and can be found on arrival. Unexpectedly high on the list of pleasures, though, are chance encounters. Seemingly dealt by fate at random, your seatmates may leave lasting impressions. They may quietly change your life. A bucket list is a list of experiences or achievements that a person writes down, when young, and crosses off as each is accomplished. Improbable items on the list may approach one hundred. They help give a sense of meaning to life, of progress, of winning in a competition to reach the writers dreams. A bucket list seems to symbolize purposeful living. The term relates to what people set out to grasp before they kick the bucket. The motivational value is obvious. A word for the opposite kind of life is hard to propose. It would be a life, like the one that is the subject of this book; made up of unplanned reactions to unexpected events. Such a life might be unachieving or hum drum. It could, as easily, be striking. It could be serene carefree, lucky or unlucky, looking back. Most readers, like this author, will not have a bucket list. Life unfolds as it may. Like snow flakes, no two haphazard lives will be identical. The chance events of life can, just as forcefully, change the outcomes of carefully planned and structured lives. The value to you, as a traveller, is to recognize the balance of opportunity and effort that colours all our lives, in whatever order those two influences may come. Here, then, is your opportunity for a chance encounter. If you knew the author in one of the two dozen or more scenarios of your shared life, this is your chance to reminisce. What came before and what came after, in his life or in your own? How did it all come about? How did it all come out? If you have never met the author, here is a different opportunity. In a few hours you can follow what came to be written on the blank slate of one of your companions on lifes journey. You can experiece a different life. You can be assured that your arrival (with your luggage) and your perceptions will end with new discoveries and satisfaction. Enjoy your trip.Enjoy your companion. You can begin to do both, now, by buying the book.