The student will read and comprehend that animals have:
Specific physical characteristics.
Specific interaction with other animals.
Geography: Student will identify states by shapes and locations on a map.
Geography: Student will identify continents.
History: Student will learn that states have their own resources.
History: Student will identify state symbols.
History: Student will learn facts about states.
Reading: Student will describe people, places, and things.
Reading: Student will be able to retell the story.
Reading: Student will increase their vocabulary.
Reading: Student will identify pictures as clues to help identify words
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About the Author
A Few of My Presentations:Tele Conference for Math tea chers at Old Dominion University.
Teaching Strategies to Math and Science teachers: ODU, 2002
7th, 8th, 9th, and 10th Old Dominion University Annual Symposium.
9th Annual Mid-Atlantic Symposium on SOLS: Old Dominion University 2001.
333 County Schools 2001.
Dan River Elementary and Middle School: Danville, Virginia 2001.
Commonwealth of Virginia Department of Correctional Education: Richmond, Virginia, 2000.
Regional Math Conference, New Jersey, 2001.
Tidewater Math Conference: Maury High School, 2001.
Peninsula Math Conference: 2001
Pittsylvania County Schools: Danville, Virginia, 2000
Mathews Public Schools.
Here is what they have been saying:
I appreciate you taking the time to share with teachers your ideas and activities. I heard nothing but good comments from teachers as they moved from session to session. Everyone seemed excited about learning new ways to help students learn. Elizabeth M. O'Brien: Math Coordinator, Peninsula Council.
Best in service in 30 years of teaching. Participant Virginia Commonwealth for Correctional Education.
Invite her back. Super session. We need more teachers like Janet. Participant at the Mid--Atlantic Symposium on SOLS.
Activity Puts Kids On Hunt For Knowledge: Margaret Windley: Portsmouth Times.
Staples has combined her idea for the Treasure Hunt and other games in books that she uses in seminars throughout Hampton Roads: Stephanie Crockett: Virginia Pilot.
On behalf of the Instructional Team, may I take this opportunity to say thank you for assisting Pittysylvania County Schools at the Summer Institute. J. E. Daniels: Administrative Assistant Instruction, Pittyslvania County Schools.
Teacher Focus On Fun And Sols: Tina Mccloud: The Daily Press.
I would like to thank my family and those educators that supported my efforts.
Janet L. Staples: State of Virginia Educator for 38 years.