Enjoy this great lesson plan opportunity with the combined book and workbook package! Learn about the characteristics, traits and beauty of the oceans greatest and largest winged wanderer- the Northern Royal albatross. Live to Fly synopsis:
Sitting on a pier in New Zealand, Ollie dreams of traveling the world. Lucy already has! When a lonely girl and a royal albatross happen upon each other, an unlikely friendship takes off. What unfolds is a journey of discovery, connection, and recovery that leads to the revelation of Ollie's true purpose. Each of us has a struggle to overcome. Sometimes all it takes is seeing the world through a dear friend's eyes.
-------Read and reviewed by New Zealand Scientist Paul Scofield and author Carl Safina, Live to Fly offers a unique learning opportunity for children to gain an understanding of the challanges of overcoming obstacles while embracing those trying to help.
The use of Live to Fly, Fly to Live in the classroom will provide a rich opportunity for learning, while engaging children to tap into their creative sides! Play endangered step up, arctic freeze, and canyon explorer. Be a globe trotter, and calculate miles of albatross fun. Create pictures, make analogies, use homophones, and write persuasive letters. Compare and contrast, role play and explore our world. Careful attention was taken to outline the chapters and provide detail that would bring out the most enjoyable aspects of the learning experience, all the while providing a fun atmosphere for the student. Sample Workbook sections include: Classroom Links, Chapter Quizzes, Games & Activities; Creative Projects with emphasis on science, language arts, mathematics, social studies, and visual arts. The workbook meets Georgia Standards of Teaching for grades 3-5.