A year's worth of ideas and activities at your fingertips Since its debut four years ago, The Teacher's Calendar has become a fixture in classrooms and school libraries across the country, thanks to its fresh ideas and limitless teaching opportunities. Covering events from August 1, 2003, through July 31, 2004, this unique reference helps educators in grades K-8 enhance their lesson plans in ways they never thought of before. Teachers will find a wealth of innovative ideas for lessons, bulletin boards, and school calendars on every page. The more than 4, 800 entries include such topics as children's events, toy introduction anniversaries, teachers' conferences, and much, much more. Info-packed sidebars highlight specific dates and provide curriculum ideas and lists of appropriate books and websites. New additions to The Teacher's Calendar include: All new qCurriculum Connectionsq--with more hands-on projects Information on the Lewis and Clark Expedition bicentennial and invention of powered flight centennial events Contact information for governors and senators for all 50 states With its extensive listings and seemingly inexhaustible treasure of classroom ideas, The Teacher's Calendar will take the guesswork out of lesson planning and put back fun and creativity into the classroom.Author and illustrator, born at Geneva, Switzerland. ... Naturalist, author of A Field Guide to Birds, born at Jamestown, NY. ... booklists, worksheets and crosswords, all from homeschool mom Belinda Mooney: www.lessontutor.com/belm.html.
|Title||:||The Teacher's Calendar, School Year 2003-2004|
|Author||:||Editors of Chase's|
|Publisher||:||McGraw Hill Professional - 2003-05-22|