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This is an integrated unit of work I created, based on the Stage Three Geography unit "Factors that Shape Places" and a shared reading unit based on the book "Window" by Jeannie Baker. The shared reading component would be suitable for either Stage Two or Stage Three students. The unit of work conta
Window, by Jeannie Baker, is a wordless book that walks you through the transformation of a wilderness into a city over 24 years. The vocabulary is rich, and the story lends itself to conservation and Earth Day themed activities. While the book is not included in this packet and must be purchased
Window, by Jeannie Baker, is a wordless picture book that goes hand in hand with The Little House from the Ox Cart Man unit. This is a great book to show how things change over time, just as it did in The Little House. This will certainly enhance your lessons as students learn to use the illustrat
Based on the book 'Window' by Jeannie Baker, this comprehension activity encompasses:- visual literacy- vocabulary- author intention- themes- text to self and text to world connectionsThis activity also promotes collaboration, social skills and listening skills.This is a differentiated, open-ended
This is a follow up activity to use after viewing and discussing the book 'Window' by Jeannie Baker. It gets students to use four different roles when thinking about the book - summarizer, feeling seeker, message breaker and question asker.
Grades:
1st - 3rd
This is a companion unit of Speech and Language focused activities to go with Home, by Jeannie Baker. Home is the sequel to Window. The book is not included with this unit. Many of the activities can be used in your therapy sessions without the book. This unit targets many of the typical Speech a
•These fun slides can be used for oral discussion, brainstorming ideas or for stimulus writing. They were created as a fun follow up activity to accompany the book “Windows” by Jeannie Baker.•Templates are provided to help scaffold your students’ writing.The fun images in this resource lend themselv
Do you have students who really struggle with creative writing?Do you need activities for your classroom writing station? These creative and fun window images were created for my reluctant writers after we explored the wonderful book "Windows" by Jeannie Baker. My students really found these fun an
24 Maker Cards each to support a different picture book. These cards have been created to develop student efficacy and get learners hands on creating and making. Each card has a Design, Build, Create and Make open task for students to choose between. The tasks do not involve technology.Pack 9:Nelso
This NO PREP unit of work, Google Classroom ready bundle is programmed for the Australian National Curriculum. However, it can be tailored to suit other nations’ curriculum outcomes. This unit of work was written as a library program but can definitely be used as a classroom unit as well.In this uni
The local community serves as the focal point for third grade as students begin to understand how their communities have changed over time and to make comparisons with communities in other places. The study of local history comes alive through the use of artifacts and documents.This is the PRINTABLE
Look at the concept of change by reading and reflecting on the picture book Window.
Grades:
1st - 3rd

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