Bursting with fun fingerprinting ideas, this colourful activity book comes with its own inkpad of seven bright colours. Decorate the scenes with spiders, ladybirds, ants, bees and more. There are simple instructions showing how to fingerprint each creature and the book has a spiral binding so that it lies flat. Illustrations: Full colour throughout
100 Extension Activities in Art, Drama, Music, Math, and Science
Author: Sue McCleaf Nespeca
Publisher: American Library Association
Why use picture books with children? -- Extending picture books through art -- Extending picture books through drama -- Extending picture books through music -- Extending picture books through math -- Extending picture books through science.
Curriculum Resources and Activities for School Librarians and Teachers
Author: Amy Jo Bain
Publisher: Libraries Unlimited
Everything you need to create exciting thematic science units can be found in these handy guides. Developed for educators who want to take an integrated approach, these guides contain resource lists, reading selections, and activities that can be easily pulled together for units on virtually any science topic. Chapters identify and describe comprehensive teaching resources (nonfiction) and related fiction reading selections, then detail hands-on science and extension activities that help students learn the scientific method and build learning across the curriculum.
Help students in grades PK–K make connections and reinforce learning while keeping the classroom manageable using Giant Book of Preschool Activities. This 304-page book provides practice for the skills and functions needed for early childhood development. With more than 26 themes and 500 activities, this book makes it practically impossible to run out of ideas for teaching social, motor, memory, and auditory skills. The book includes ideas for movement, rhyming, circles, counting, games, and centers and comes with reproducibles, literature selections, Web site suggestions, and an index of activities by skill. This book supports NAEYC standards and aligns with state, national, and Canadian provincial standards.
A Balanced Approach to Literacy Instruction provides students with a strong background in using a balanced approach to literacy instruction. Using the National Standards for English Language Arts as a guide, the book calls for classroom teachers to become knowledgeable of and to master several literacy instructional practices, applying each when appropriate. A wide variety of literacy instructional practices are clearly presented. Theories are accompanied by practical, research-based ideas that students can use as they complete their field-based experiences and go out into their own classrooms. In addition to its in-depth coverage of phonics, comprehension, assessment, and vocabulary instructional strategies, A Balanced Approach to Literacy Instruction has wide coverage of technology and writing. Ways to meet the needs of diverse student populations are discussed throughout the book. Students also are provided with thorough lesson plans in reading, writing, and technology for them to consider using or adapting for their field based experiences.
"Bioethics deals with ethical issues connected with living beings in relation to their environment. Special emphasis is laid on the values that should govern our actions based on proper ethical considerations. This book is a must for all biology, biotechnology, engineering, medical and law students." --Book Jacket.
Proceedings of the IFIP TC11 Seventh International Conference on Information Security--Creating Confidence in Information Processing, IFIP/Sec '91, Brighton, UK, 15-17 May 1991
Author: David T. Lindsay
Publisher: North Holland
This proceedings examines the critical information security issues facing British Computer Society. Presented are technical, as well as organisational solutions by a distinguished list of international contributors. Particular subjects discussed include Information Technology Security Evaluation Criteria, logical access control mechanisms, security management and awareness, applications and database security, EDI security, PC security and auditing and control aspects. Specific concerns about computer viruses and how to deal with them are reviewed, as well as on a more general basis, how to investigate computer crime. Attention is also given to legislative measures which are increasingly being adopted to provide additional information protection against activities which damage individuals and organizations.