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Teaching Short-Vowel Discrimination Using Dr. Seuss Rhymes

Students will: Identify rhyming words in a story, Discriminate between short u and o sounds, Produce rhyming words when given a keyword in the word family, Blend onsets and rimes aloud to create words, Sort pictures based on their rimes.

Announcing World War II

Students get an overview of World War II while practicing their listening skills. They focus on selected events and situations from World War II that correspond with those that occur in the novel, Jacob Have I Loved, by Katherine Paterson

The Inside Story — Cells, Organs, and Systems of the Human Body

How do my body systems work together to keep me alive and healthy?

SHAPES WITCH

Each student will make a witch using
geometric shapes

Add Color — and Learning — To Your Fall Lesson Plans

Savor the season! Bring the colors of fall into the classroom with hands-on science and language activities that will teach important concepts and valuable study skills. Included: Ten activities to teach about the season!

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