Edward the Emu Big Book

Author: Sheena Knowles

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category: Emus

Page: 32

View: 895

A timeless Australian classic that continues to delight young children - and their parents 'Edward the Emu was sick of the zoo, There was nowhere to go, there was nothing to do, And compared to the seals that lived right next door, Well being an emu was frankly a bore.' First published in 1988, EDWARD THE EMU has become a timeless Australian classic picture books that continues to delight children - and their parents. Ages 2+

Edwina the Emu

Author: Sheena Knowles

Publisher: HarperCollins Australia

ISBN:

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 32

View: 571

the wonderful sequel to the bestselling and widely acclaimed EDWARD tHE EMU. Now, we all know what happened after Edward met his mate Edwina, little emus of course! But with a completely modern challenge for their mother of again finding her true place in the scheme of things. Hilarity is bound to happen as Edwina goes job searching while Edward stays on the nest! Ages 2+ the wonderful sequel to the bestselling and widely acclaimed EDWARD tHE EMU. Now, we all know what happened after Edward met his mate Edwina, little emus of course! But with a completely modern challenge for their mother of again finding her true place in the scheme of things. Hilarity is bound to happen as Edwina goes job searching while Edward stays on the nest!Ages 2+

Assessing Reading 2: Changing Practice in Classrooms

Author: Martin Coles

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN:

Category: Education

Page: 200

View: 561

This second book focuses directly on the classroom, on the challenges individual teachers face in classroom-based assessment, and how these challenges have been and are being met in a range of international contexts.

Vocabulary in Action

Lessons from Great Literacy Teachers

Author: Gay Fawcett

Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield

ISBN:

Category: Education

Page: 127

View: 199

This book will take you into the classrooms of great literacy teachers from around the United States who have designed successful vocabulary instruction for their grades K-6 classrooms. Each teacher will share vocabulary routines that he or she uses on a regular basis, including his or her favorite, which you can use as-is or adapt for your own classroom. Through their stories you will be encouraged to examine your vocabulary instruction and consider what you can do to help students who have vocabulary gaps and further enrich the vocabulary of those students who don t."

CAROUSEL CURRICULUM JUNGLE ANIMALS

Author: Bridgett Parsons, M.Ed

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN:

Category: Education

Page: 70

View: 316

CAROUSEL CURRICULUM Definition- carousel: a merry-go-round, a conveyer on which items are placed for later retrieval. (Education should be fun, and we learn by retrieving old information and building on it.) My curriculum is a collection of literature-based thematic units for early learners. The units are developmentally appropriate for all early learners. They are standards based and Creative Curriculum friendly. Carousel Curriculum has been used successfully with young learners including English language learners, children with special needs and diverse learning styles as well as homeschoolers. I am a teacher with 35 years of teaching experience in the areas of early childhood education and early childhood special education. Principals and co-workers always expressed an interest in my thematic units. This planted the bug for me to write down and market what I have used successfully for so many years. The curriculum was created through years of education, experience, trial and error, revisions, and updating. Each unit covers a span of 4-6 weeks. Each unit includes an introduction, weekly outlines, daily plans, poems and songs, a book list, additional activities listed by domain, and related ideas for centers. Each unit can be used independently or be used as part of the collection of units to create an interwoven curriculum: Animals And Their Environments. The total collection includes: Farm Animals, Forest Animals in Winter, Polar Animals, Jungle Animals, Pond Animals, and Ocean Animals. Additional units available are Farm Crops, A Safari, The Zoo, and The Circus. I hope the units will be a great resource for you and your class. Enjoy!!!

Using Poetry Across the Curriculum

Learning to Love Language

Author: Barbara Chatton

Publisher: ABC-CLIO

ISBN:

Category: Education

Page: 241

View: 128

This comprehensive listing and discussion of poetic works supports the standards of all areas of the curriculum, helping librarians and teachers working with kindergarten through middle school students. * Updates from the first edition include new and different poetry and newer authors than the first edition * Provides numerous lists of anthologies, poems, and poetic prose and meets national standards and areas within those standards * Offers lists of bilingual works in Spanish and English and lists of poems representing various cultural groups both in the United States and around the world * Includes teaching ideas, writing activities, and links for crossing the curriculum

Clippity Clippitys Exciting Discovery

Author: Paula White

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN:

Category: Fiction

Page: 26

View: 826

Clippity Clippity is the story of a young horse who lives in the circus with his mother Bright Star. His dream is to one day be in the circus like his mother. Clippity is worried that he might never be in the circus, he is also worried that he might be sent away. Clippity is very concerned about his destiny. Come along with Clippity on his journey and see what happens.

The Emu

Official Organ of the Australasian Ornithologists' Union

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Category: Birds

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View: 772

Homicide at Emu Lodge

Author: June Whyte

Publisher: June Whyte Books

ISBN:

Category: Fiction

Page: 175

View: 288

The week leading up to Christmas should be fun, but when mobile-veterinarians, Emily and Maggie encounter an angry arachnid as large as a small dog, they decide it’s no fun at all – especially as the eight-legged creepy-crawly is guarding a dead body. Who hated the arrogant literary agent enough to kill her? Was it her boss, Edward G. Peters, the best-selling horror author whose Modus Operandi in his latest novel is identical to the crime? The jovial cook who is protecting a shady secret? The young cleaner who thinks nothing of skirting the truth? The computer guy with a hidden agenda? Or the scruffy burglar caught breaking into Emu Lodge the day before the murder? Once again, the two amateur sleuths soon find themselves stethoscope-deep in another baffling mystery. However, when Maggie’s daughter, Judi, gets caught up in the killer’s sights and Fat Santa threatens to blow them away if they don’t butt out, both Maggie and Emily wonder if maybe the stakes are too high after all. That is until Maggie wakes to find herself surrounded by spiders…