Endangered Animals is an environmental studies unit based on four children’s books by Canadian author Victoira Miles. Each book gives a glimpse into the daily life of a baby animal – the sea otter pup, the spotted owlet, the bald eaglet, and the cougar kitten. This 94-page unit includes everything a teacher will need to teach an endangered animals unit, including activities to introduce students to the theme, detailed lesson plans for each of the student books, activities integrating the unit across the curriculum, assessment strategies and tools, and reproducible blackline masters.
This resource is intended for use by teachers, counsellors and other caregivers who want to make a difference in teaching children how to get along and treat each other with respect and dignity. Names Will Never Hurt Me presents a lesson plan format of a guided conversation to have with students about their perceptions in the schoolyard and community as they experience harassment.
This teacher-friendly activity book uses the stories of real children today to teach students in grades 4-8 about immigration in Canada, to fight racial stereotypes, and to celebrate how similar we all really are.
This teacher’s guide includes activities for an alphabetized list of frequently used words and suggestions for how to use Word Wiz as part of an early literacy program in conjunction with other classroom tools and strategies.