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    How a House is Built - Literacy Fun Pack Express

    How a House is Built - Literacy Fun Pack Express

    Scholastic After School Literacy Fun Packs Express pair five copies of one of our engaging nonfiction or fiction titles with a one-hour lesson plan – perfect for after school or out-of-school time. The lessons are simple to implement and require little to no preparation time. Perfect for small group read-alouds and aligned to Common Core State Standards, our Literacy Fun Packs Express provide discussion questions, reading tips, and a variety of hands-on activities to promote additional student inquiry.

    This step-by-step guide to the construction of a house is full of interesting details, yet simple enough for young children to read and comprehend.


    Set Includes:
    • How a House Is Built (Gibbons)
    • How a House Is Built (After School Teaching Card)


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    Paperback Book Collection | Grades K-2
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    How Do Dinosaurs Say Good Night?

    How Do Dinosaurs Say Good Night?

    by Jane Yolen

    Follow along as eleven different dinosuar children and their prehistoric parents give a big kiss, turn out the light, tuck in their tails, and whisper "good night." Filled with wonderful detail, humor, and priceless expressions.

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How Groundhog's Garden Grew

Author: Lynne Cherry

Interest Level:
Pre-K-3

Lexile Framework:
650

Grade Level Equivalent:
2.9

Age:
4-8

Genre:
Animal Stories, Fiction

Subject:
Thanksgiving, Seasonal Themes, Agriculture

About This Book

Little Groundhog, in trouble for stealing from his friends' gardens, is taught by Squirrel to grow his very own. From seed-gathering to planting, harvesting, and eating home-grown fruits and vegetables, children join Little Groundhog in learning about the gardening process. At the end, Little Groundhog invites his animal friends to a Thanksgiving harvest feast.

Beautiful illustrations and thorough research on plants and insects make this sweet story an engrossing read, as well as a great picture-book introduction to how plants grow. Children and schools can follow Groundhog's lessons.


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