Babies need someone to love them, even baby birds. Early readers will analyze a baby bird's struggle to find his mother in this classic children's story by completing fun, challenging activities and lessons. Are You My Mother: An Instructional Guide for Literature will familiarize young readers with this well-known story and add rigor to their explorations of literature. Engaging cross-curricular activities are guaranteed to encourage beginning readers to analyze story elements in multiple ways, practice close reading and text-based vocabulary, determine meaning through text-dependent questions, and more.
180 Days of Reading, Writing and Math for Sixth Grade 3-Book Set
Provide sixth grade teachers and parents with 180 daily practice activities to build and gauge students' reading comprehension, writing proficiency, and mathematical fluency that are great for after school programs, intervention programs, and more!
The Mitten: An Instructional Guide for Literature
Cozy up to this award-winning classic and introduce young readers to this enjoyable, charismatic story through appealing and challenging cross-curricular lessons and activities in this instructional guide for literature.
The Day the Crayons Quit: An Instructional Guide for Literature
Explore the fun and quirky ways in which the crayons quit with this instructional guide for literature. Students will love analyzing the crayons' struggles and complaints by completing age-appropriate activities and lessons provided in this guide.
Managing an Early Childhood Classroom
Create and manage an effective and developmentally-appropriate early childhood classroom! Filled with management suggestions and recommendations for young children's development, this guide provides ready-to-use lessons and templates to enhance learning.
180 Days of Math for Sixth Grade
180 Days of Math for Kindergarten
180 Days of Math for First Grade
180 Days of Math for Second Grade
Support second-grade students with 180 daily practice activities to build mathematical fluency of key grade-level skills. Parents and teachers will find these easy-to-use activities perfect for use in school or at home.
180 Days of Math for Third Grade
Support third-grade students with 180 daily practice activities to build mathematical fluency of key grade-level skills. Parents and teachers will find these easy-to-use activities perfect for use in school or at home.
180 Days of Math for Fourth Grade
180 Days of Math for Fifth Grade
Support fifth-grade students with 180 daily practice activities to build mathematical fluency of key grade-level skills. Parents and teachers will find these easy-to-use activities perfect for use in school or at home.
180 Days of Writing for First Grade
Increase students' writing abilities in various text types through these easy-to-use activities. In creative, theme-based units, students will learn about the writing process through mentor texts and then apply what they have learned to their own writing.
Integrated English Language Development
This powerful resource defines and supports the implementation of Integrated English Language Development (I-ELD) and provides research-based instructional strategies to immerse students in content while promoting oral and written language development.
The Write Thing: Kwame Alexander Engages Students in Writing Workshop
Newbery Medal-winning author Kwame Alexander shows how to shake up the traditional writing workshop to make writing fun again. Using his techniques and strategies, you'll invigorate the writing workshop and motivate even the most reluctant writers.
Guided Math: A Framework for Mathematics Instruction Second Edition
This 2nd edition takes an innovative approach to mathematics, using the same teaching philosophies as guided reading. This instructional framework provides an environment for math that fosters mathematical thinking and meets the needs of all students.
My View, My Voice, Levels 6-8
Equip teachers with the strategies needed to teach persuasive writing. This essential classroom resource teaches grades 6-8 students how to evaluate arguments, form opinions, and support and present their ideas with logic, reason, and evidence.