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Map Reading Grades K-2 is intended to give young children an introduction into the world of maps. Upon completion of the activities within this book, children will have a basic knowledge of map skills. Through map reading, creating maps, using
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Tall Tales is a wonderful way to introduce either U.S. geography or certain periods in American history. Each story has a link to a particular period of time. This is a wonderful way of integrating the historical topics with a humorous story written
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Map Reading Grades 3-4 provides supplementary map materials for social studies programs. The five themes of geography: place, location, human/environmental interactions, movement and region are represented in this book. Many of the maps in this book
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Map Reading Grades 5-6 provides supplementary map materials for social studies programs. The five themes of geography: place, location, human/environmental interactions, movement and region are represented in this book. Many of the maps in this book
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Ecology is an extremely important topic for the students to learn because they are an important part of the biome they are living in. The animals and plants included in this book should open the door to their investigation of other plants and
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Elections Grades 4-6 introduces students to the elections of today, so that we will have an informed, educated, decision making, responsible future voter. For change to occur, we feel the student needs to know about the history of the election
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As educators, we all know how important it is for children to be good problem solvers. Whether it be during a math class, or out on the playground, children encounter situations where they need to solve problems on a daily basis. Thus, it is
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This book introduces the lives and works of famous composers. The information highlights each composer including interesting facts and stories that students will enjoy reading and knowing. “Composers of Note” gives good basic instruction to the
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Teaching students long division is sometimes difficult. The lessons in this book provide the students easy to use instructions and techniques to master this mathematical skill. This book uses the "Dad, Mother, Sister, Brother, Rover" approach to
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US Geography – New England States Grades 4-6 is a supplement for United States Regions social studies programs. The material will provide practical experiences using maps, graphs and diagrams. These skills are integrated throughout the book.
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One of the skills necessary for becoming a successful reader is sequencing. Sequencing is an important foundation reading skill. Sequencing is an arrangement, an order of one thing following after another. This book offers the child an assortment of
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US Geography – Great Lakes Region Grades 4-6 provides supplementary materials for United States Regions social studies programs. The book is not meant to replace such a program but may be used to enhance the curriculum. The material will provide
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“Fun With Real Art Grades 4-6” is to help teachers easily present new ideas, skills and media to their primary students. We want students to have fun with art and at the same time show them how to develop their imagination. This book is divided into
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US Geography – Rocky Mountain States Grades 4-6 is a supplement for United States Regions social studies programs. The material will provide practical experiences using maps, graphs and diagrams. These skills are integrated throughout the book.
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There are many different kinds of figurative expressions. If students are to advance in reading they need to recognize and understand figures of speech. Students greatly improve writing skills if they learn how to use figures of speech properly in
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US Geography – Mid Atlantic States Region Grades 4-6 is a supplement for United States Regions social studies programs. The material will provide practical experiences using maps, graphs and diagrams. These skills are integrated throughout the book.
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US Geography – Pacific States Region Grades 4-6 is a supplement for United States Regions social studies programs. The material will provide practical experiences using maps, graphs and diagrams. These skills are integrated throughout the book.
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Healthy Missions is presented in a poetic/play format, focusing on four themes: nutrition, exercise, good hygiene and making healthy choices. Special exercises and activities are included in each of the units of study. The content of this 60-page
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US Geography – Gulf States Region Grades 4-6 is a supplement for United States Regions social studies programs. The material will provide practical experiences using maps, graphs and diagrams. These skills are integrated throughout the book.
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Children are not always aware of the fact that with rights come responsibilities. This book will help them understand the relationship between the two. Responsibilities at home, in school and in the community are taught in this book. The purpose of
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Teaching Ink started with a simple mission – for teachers to create innovative teaching material for teachers. All Teaching Ink authors are classroom teachers teaching grades from K-8th, some still teaching and some retired. With over 50 titles in print, Teaching Ink Books are designed for teachers to use in a classroom setting. We’ve made a great effort for Teaching Ink Books to match the grade levels our teachers teach with the grade levels of the books they have authored. As educators, we know that a teacher best understands the different types and skills of students at their particular grade level. It is our mission to provide you with quality teaching material suitable for the various particular grade levels you teach. The teaching styles of our teacher-authors vary. Depending on the title, the teaching styles range from individualized lessons to hands-on group activities. Overall, Teaching Ink Books is all about innovative ideas for curriculum-based classroom teaching. Some of our Teaching Ink teacher-authors have been Golden Apple nominees and published in magazines such as Mailbox, Good Apple, Cobblestone, Pockets, Chicago Parent and Instructor. Teaching Ink Teacher-Authors include: Mary Lu Mu¬oletto, Debbie Cline, Lynne Backer, Ruth Emmel, Marion Rochelle, Barbara Barbour, Sheila Frankel, Karla Dencker-Koenig, Carol Bonebrake, Carol Schefelbein, Patti Buob, Sally Eyre, Judy Sinn, Barbara Spaulding, Gayle Gianopulos, Cindy Wong, Lynn Smith, Beverly Keagle, Beatrice Mary O’Halleran, Norma Stafford, Jan Yingst, Cheryl O’Callahan and Patty Corwin. For a complete bio and educational history of each of our teacher-authors please visit: http://www.teachingink.com/discount-books/show/aboutus/ ----Now offering ClipArt from StockClips and other titles from Selectsoft, our sister publisher of computer software!

TEACHING EXPERIENCE

Teaching Ink started with a simple mission – for teachers to create innovative teaching material for teachers. All Teaching Ink authors are classroom teachers teaching grades from K-8th, some still teaching and some retired. With over 50 titles in print, Teaching Ink Books are designed for teachers to use in a classroom setting. We’ve made a great effort for Teaching Ink Books to match the grade levels our teachers teach with the grade levels of the books they have authored. As educators, we know that a teacher best understands the different types and skills of students at their particular grade level. It is our mission to provide you with quality teaching material suitable for the various particular grade levels you teach. The teaching styles of our teacher-authors vary. Depending on the title, the teaching styles range from individualized lessons to hands-on group activities. Overall, Teaching Ink Books is all about innovative ideas for curriculum-based classroom teaching. Some of our Teaching Ink teacher-authors have been Golden Apple nominees and published in magazines such as Mailbox, Good Apple, Cobblestone, Pockets, Chicago Parent and Instructor. Teaching Ink Teacher-Authors include: Mary Lu Mu¬oletto, Debbie Cline, Lynne Backer, Ruth Emmel, Marion Rochelle, Barbara Barbour, Sheila Frankel, Karla Dencker-Koenig, Carol Bonebrake, Carol Schefelbein, Patti Buob, Sally Eyre, Judy Sinn, Barbara Spaulding, Gayle Gianopulos, Cindy Wong, Lynn Smith, Beverly Keagle, Beatrice Mary O’Halleran, Norma Stafford, Jan Yingst, Cheryl O’Callahan and Patty Corwin. For a complete bio and educational history of each of our teacher-authors please visit: http://www.teachingink.com/discount-books/show/aboutus/ ----Now offering ClipArt from StockClips and other titles from Selectsoft, our sister publisher of computer software!

MY TEACHING STYLE

The teaching styles of our teacher-authors vary. Depending on the title, the teaching styles range from individualized lessons to hands-on group activities. Overall, Teaching Ink Books is all about innovative ideas for curriculum-based classroom teaching.

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Some of our Teaching Ink teacher-authors have been Golden Apple nominees and published in magazines such as Mailbox, Good Apple, Cobblestone, Pockets, Chicago Parent and Instructor.

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ADDITIONAL BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

Teaching Ink Teacher-Authors include: Mary Lu Mu¬oletto, Debbie Cline, Lynne Backer, Ruth Emmel, Marion Rochelle, Barbara Barbour, Sheila Frankel, Karla Dencker-Koenig, Carol Bonebrake, Carol Schefelbein, Patti Buob, Sally Eyre, Judy Sinn, Barbara Spaulding, Gayle Gianopulos, Cindy Wong, Lynn Smith, Beverly Keagle, Beatrice Mary O’Halleran, Norma Stafford, Jan Yingst, Cheryl O’Callahan and Patty Corwin. For a complete bio and educational history of each of our teacher-authors please visit: http://www.teachingink.com/discount-books/show/aboutus/

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