Growing Vegetable Soup

Author: Lois Ehlert

Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt

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Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 32

View: 899

"Dad says we are going to grow vegetable soup." So begins Lois Ehlert’s bright, bold picture book about vegetable gardening for the very young. The necessary tools are pictured and labeled, as are the seeds (green bean, pea, corn, zucchini squash, and carrot). Then the real gardening happens . . . planting, weeding, harvesting, washing, chopping, and cooking! In the end? "It was the best soup ever." Ehlert’s simple, colorful cut-paper-style illustrations are child-friendly, as is the big black type. A recipe for vegetable soup tops it all off!

Growing Vegetable Soup

Author: Lois Ehlert

Publisher: Perfection Learning

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View: 315

In brightly-colored collage illustrations, a father and child share the simple joys of planting, watering, and watching seeds grow in their garden. Then they cook them all up into a delicious vegetable soup, the recipe for which is included. Full color.

Growing Vegetable Soup--Yummy Vegetable Soup Recipe

Author: Sharon Draznin

Publisher: Teacher Created Materials

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Page: 4

View: 220

Cooking projects provide a highly motivating, real-life application for learning. This child-friendly recipe is based on a piece of children's literature. Read the book, and then collaborate to make this delicious food to enjoy together.

Growing Vegetable Soup

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Category: Soups

Page: 32

View: 934

A father and child grow vegetables and then make them into a soup.

Growing Vegetable Soup Little Book

Author: WRIGHT GROUP

Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education

ISBN:

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 32

View: 238

A father and child grow vegetables and then make them into a soup.

The Power of Picture Books in Teaching Math and Science

Author: Lynn Columbia

Publisher: Taylor & Francis

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Category: Education

Page: 288

View: 809

This book's 50-plus lessons-each based on a different picture book or story-will help classroom teachers build a foundation for teaching math, science, and social studies concepts to their students. Each lesson uses children's literature to make challenging, abstract concepts relevant to children's lives, inviting them to learn these concepts while responding to a story's illustrations, theme, characters, and plot. The lessons also demonstrate how teachers can use children's literature to meet national standards in math, science, and social studies. Chapters 1 through 5 set the stage for using picture books, discussing the effective, imaginative integration of literature into the classroom. Teachers will learn to create an environment that ensures that when children and books come together, the experience is enjoyable and thought provoking. Chapters 6 through 9 provide individual lessons, by grade level, with detailed activities based on specific books.

Apples, Pumpkins, and Harvest

Ready-to-go Activities, Games, Literature Selections, Poetry, and Everything You Need for a Complete Theme Unit

Author: Ann Flagg

Publisher: Scholastic Inc.

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Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 48

View: 406

Celebrate the autumn season in the classroom with fresh bulletin board ideas, learning centers, poetry, easy science projects, no-cook recipes, hands-on math activities, reproducibles, and more.

Ready, Set, Grow!

A Kid's Guide to Gardening

Author: Rebecca Spohn

Publisher: Good Year Books

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Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 96

View: 965

Provides instructions for indoor and outdoor gardening projects, as well as recipes and ideas for crafts using garden produce.

Many Ways to Learn

Month-By-Month Activities to Develop Multiple Intelligences

Author: Sharon Roop

Publisher: Good Year Books

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Category: Education

Page: 164

View: 179

Ten theme-based units suggest creative activities based on the theory of multiple intelligences. The monthly themes kick off the school year with "my favorites (favorite books, people, colors, etc.), then move on to apples and pumpkins, harvest, stories about runaways, hot soup (for January), authors, weather (for March), ecology, and careers, closing out the year with a June unit on friendship. Units offer key questions, a framework addressing each of eight learning styles, a one-week sample lesson plan, lists of related children's literature, and reproducible handouts to ease implementation. Grades K-2. Bibliography. Illustrated. Good Year Books. 164 pages.

Planting a Rainbow

Author: Lois Ehlert

Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt

ISBN:

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 32

View: 691

This educational and enjoyable book helps children understand how to plant bulbs, seeds, and seedlings, and nurture their growth. Lois Ehlert's bold collage illustrations include six pages that present all the flowers of each color of the rainbow.