5 edition of Library & Reference Skills, Grade 2-3 found in the catalog.
Library & Reference Skills, Grade 2-3
Michael J. Loftus
by Instructional Fair
Written in English
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The Incredible Book Eating Boy is an adorable story and a fun match for introducing reference materials in the elementary grades. Second graders easily identify with Henry, the main character in the story, who loved to eat books. The Spectrum® Geometry Workbook for fifth grade features 96 pages of focused instruction to master important geometry skills. Students will build a foundation in geometric angles, figures, area, volume, and graphing. This standards-based workbook guides students through problem-solving and critical.
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The purpose and appropriate forms of business and social letters and letters of application. Practical application of library skills. Identifying and appreciating poetic forms. Fill-in-the-blank, word-bank, and multiple-choice type exercises help with review and retention. 35 pages each, paperback booklets. Grade English 2/II PACEs 5/5(2). Of course, a fantastic library cannot be built in a day. It evolves gradually; content and appearance constantly change. Strive to keep your library fresh and dynamic. As a library grows, getting shelves becomes increasingly important. I look for shelves that show the book covers, not just the spines. Search stores for discarded fixtures. These carefully selected pairs of fact and fiction titles allow students to: • Compare and contrast different texts on the same subject. • Develop critical thinking skills. • Acquire background knowledge. • Explore content area topics. • Read for both comprehension and enjoyment. Discover the benefits of pairing fiction and nonfiction.
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