Take It to Your Seat Math Centers, Grades 3-4

Take It to Your Seat Math Centers, Grades 3-4

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by Evan-Moor Educational Publishers
     
 

Nonfiction Reading Practice, Grade 1 contains 20 topics in the following content areas:

* social studies—history, the library, maps, Pocahontas, and pyramids
* science—animal habitats, matter, Neil Armstrong, thermometers, and the sun
* health & safety—bike helmets, Dr. Jonas Salk, and washing hands
* mathematics—money,

Overview

Nonfiction Reading Practice, Grade 1 contains 20 topics in the following content areas:

* social studies—history, the library, maps, Pocahontas, and pyramids
* science—animal habitats, matter, Neil Armstrong, thermometers, and the sun
* health & safety—bike helmets, Dr. Jonas Salk, and washing hands
* mathematics—money, time, and calendars
* the arts—cave art, folk music, houses, and puppets

Each unit contains:

* a teacher resource page that introduces the topic and lists suggested vocabulary to introduce for each article
* a visual aid that presents the topic graphically to the entire class
* three articles on the same topic, but at three different reading levels
* three accompanying comprehension/vocabulary worksheets

Graphic organizers and a reading strategies checklist are provided for teacher and student use. An answer key is included.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781557999795
Publisher:
Evan-Moor Educational Publishers
Publication date:
07/01/2004
Series:
Take It To Your Seat Centers Series
Pages:
192
Sales rank:
1,330,368
Product dimensions:
10.70(w) x 10.54(h) x 0.50(d)
Age Range:
8 - 9 Years

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Take It to Your Seat Math Centers, Grades 3-4 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
MNmomKR More than 1 year ago
My favorite part of this book is the money match. Excellent way to teach counting money. I Love this book and I love the whole series. You don't have to use worksheets to teach concepts.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I decided to create the 'centers' around the house, like a scavenger hunt, and have the kids go from station to station. They first had to find the the centers- so they were able to run from room to room and get excited about what they were going to find next. As far as the centers go, great stuff! The only 'downside' was that I needed to provide my own folders and make photocopies of the pages for the kids to fill out. This involved another trip to the supply store. All in all, well worth it!