I came across this fantastic hardcover book at the Morton Arboretum Gift Shop in Lisle, Illinois recently. It is a fabulous source for information on fireflies and would be a perfect centerpiece for a lesson on them.
End of the year blahs got you? Never fear! Check out this insightful blog post on The Teaching Channel's blog Tchers' Voice to find ten tips for ending the school year with purpose and positivity.
THE SECRET POOL, by Kimberley Ridley and illustrated by Rebekah Raye, is the perfect anchor text for studying the vernal pool habitat. Vernal pools come and go with the seasons, so look closely or you'll miss them and their inhabitants!
Google Doodles are special, temporary alterations of Google's logo their homepage that commemorate holidays, events, achievements, and people around the world. When Doodles were first created, they were neither animated nor hyperlinked—they were just simple images with text that described the subject or perhaps it expressed a holiday greeting. Doodles became more and more popular by 2010. In January 2010. What do you consider art? If you could a Doodle for Google, what would it look like? Read Wonderopolis Wonder #1887 to find out more about “What is Art!?”
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