Teaching With Books
Pairing fiction and nonfiction text helps students fully understand a topic. Students will read a classic Magic School Bus book in order...
Daffodils bloom in the spring. The scientific name for daffodils is Narcissus. The name Narcissus comes from a Greek myth about a hunter. Narcissus fell in love with his own reflection in a pool of water. He became obsessed and died at the edge of the pool. A daffodil grew where he died. Daffodils tilt downward like they are looking down at a reflection.
In 1969, an astronaut named Neil Armstrong became the first person to walk on the moon. His footprints are still visible. There is no wind on the moon, and all of the moon's water is frozen. There is nothing to wash away the prints.
A bond is a feeling that unites people. It is a common emotion or interest.
The bond between the sisters was strong.
Describe the bond you have with your sisters or brothers. If you don't have siblings, describe a bond you have with someone else.
There are 36 children in the fourth grade. Three out of four children have a sibling. How many children have siblings?