Author: Andy Seed
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
Do you know what 'park your jam on the frog' means? Fancy some ognib? What rhymes with 'circus'? ...plus many more amazing things you never knew about words. Have hours of fun wixing up your murds with this hilarious book, packed full of rhymes, puns, games, jokes, gibberish and more.
Author: Andy Seed
Publisher: Bloomsbury Children's Books
This laugh-out-loud book is bursting with facts, lists, jokes and funny stories all about nature! From the hilarious Andy Seed, winner of the Blue Peter Book Award 2015 for Best Books with Facts, comes the amazing Incredible Book of Fantastic Fascinating Nature published in partnership with the RSPB. Which fish can walk on land and climb trees' Ever wondered what makes a tiger walk backwards' How much poo comes out of an elephant's bottom' Where does chocolate come from and what are nature's oddest funghi' Discover answers to these and much more in this amazing book of weird nature! This funny and fascinating book is also bursting with brilliant games and quizzes and hilarious artwork from Scott Garrett. An unmissable book for nature lovers!
Author: Andy Seed
Say goodbye to boredom with this fantastic outdoor boredom buster book! From the hilarious Andy Seed, Winner of the Blue Peter Book Award 2015 for Best Books with Facts comes the fantastically busy Anti-boredom Book of Brilliant Outdoor Things to do.The outdoors are boring right? Wrong! Not when you've got Andy Seed's Anti-boredom Book of Brilliant Outdoor Things to do! Suitable for all seasons, find out how to set bug traps, create a rainbow, construct an amazing summer slide and much, much more!But what about those rainy summer days we hear you cry? Not a problem! This book also includes awesome indoor activities about the outdoors for rainy days. Design your own mini parachute, create the worlds most amazing frisbee, or create a bird feeder to keep your feathered friends well fed!A brilliant book bursting with amazing outdoor activities that will have you running for the door! Packed full of hilarious illustrations from the wonderful Scott Garrett, this book will keep you entertained for hours on end!Andy Seed's laugh-out-loud 'Anti-boredom' series has something for everyone! A seemingly endless car journey to visit your long lost aunty? Andy's got an activity for that! A boring rainy afternoon stuck indoors? Andy's got a joke for that! A dull holiday with no one to play with? Andy's got a game for that! Say goodbye to your boredom blues with Andy Seed's fantastic range of Anti-boredom books!
Author: Anthony D. Fredericks
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines
Fill your library or classroom with giggles and laughter with these uproarious readers theater scripts from popular author Tony Fredericks. The more than two dozen reproducible scripts are based on fractured fairy tales and twisted legends. Guaranteed to re-energize the language arts and writing curricula, this collection will educate and entertain. The book also includes helpful guidelines and an abundance of tips and ideas for using readers theater to extend learning.
While You Teach Small Groups
Author: Susan Finney
Publisher: Scholastic Inc.
Learn how to structure collaborative, literacy-focused activities for "the rest of the class" while you provide direct instruction to small groups.
Lerky the Handturkey is the inspiring story of a handturkey whose wise words encourage others to see the bright side. The delightful companion to Silly the Seed and Weird the Beard, this wacky tale of friendship and optimism is a treat for every child.
Author: Julie Adams
Publisher: Macmillan Education AU
Category: English language
"Over 80 activities covering all the key learning areas are included. This book contains motivating themes and exposes students to a diverse range of genres, enabling them to actively experience all forms of writing styles. View sample pages
How to Choose and Use Children's Literature to Help Students Grow as Readers
Author: Shelley Stagg Peterson,Larry Swartz
Publisher: Pembroke Publishers Limited
Based on extensive research on the features that make children's books appealing and appropriate, this valuable teacher resource offers guidance on selecting books, strategies for specific grade levels, suggestions for extension, and tips for assessment. This teacher-friendly book is organized around the major genres -- traditional literature, picture books, nonfiction, poetry, and multicultural texts -- that will inspire young readers. Throughout the book, teachers will find suggestions for using literature to implement shared reading, reading aloud, and response strategies with emergent, developing, and independent readers.