This 48-page unit explores everything about pockets and pouches, from those in your students' shirts, pants and backpacks to the ones kangaroos and koalas come by naturally. People-oriented topics include: Pockets, What Can I Carry?, follow-up activities for the book, Peter's Pockets, by Judi Barrett, People Pockets, What Is in Your Pocket?, A Pattern for My Pocket. Topics related to Animals with Pouches, the marsupials, include: Kangaroos, Koalas, Opossums, Wombats, A Kangaroo Is Born, Koalas Live in Trees, Koala and Baby, follow-up activities for the book, Possum Magic, by Mem Fox, a Wombat Puzzle, a student-made Marsupial Book, What Is in This Pocket?, Language Activities, Using Picture Cards, Movement Activities, Math, Opossum Patterns, How Many Kangaroos in a Mob?, Patterns for Patterning, Put it in a Pocket, and follow-up activities for the book, Katy No-Pocket, by Emmy Payne. In addition to many marsupial picture cards and other fun reproducible, a full-color, two-sided pull-out poster is included, which features Pocket Pals (marsupials) on one side and What's Inside My Pocket? on the other. Teaching suggestions provided. Includes bibliography, and complete step-by-step instructions for all activities. All pages are reproducible and perforated for easy removal.
|Publisher:||Evan-Moor Educational Publishers|
|Product dimensions:||8.54(w) x 11.02(h) x 0.29(d)|
|Age Range:||5 - 6 Years|