An American Bookseller Pick of the Lists! "This is a perfect choice for very young children, and extra-large print makes it even more accessible." —Publisher's Weekly One of Tomie's most popular young picture books, this charming story about Cookie the cat makes a perfect read along. With its bright watercolor illustrations and one sentence of text per page, toddlers will love following Cookie through the days of the week—and seeing all the trouble he causes around the house!
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A tempting assortment of cookie recipes, one for every week of the year, features such favorites as Ginger Snaps and Pecan Sandies, as well as such ingenious treats as Chai Shortbread, Cocoa Toffee Chunk Cookies, and Black Chocolate Oatmeal Cookies. Original.
- Author : Janiel Wagstaff
- Publisher : Scholastic Inc.
- Release Date : 2001-11
- Genre : Education
- Pages : 160
- ISBN : 0439165172
Collects activities for enhancing phonemic awareness.
The 180 Days of Problem Solving for Grade 2 offers daily problem-solving practice geared towards developing the critical thinking skills needed to approach complex problems. This teacher-friendly resource provides thematic units that connect to a standards-based skill that second grade students are expected to know to advance to the next level. Lesson plans offer guidance and support for every day of the week, outlining strategies and activities that dig deeper than routine word problems. Each week students will use visual representations and analyze different types of word problems (including non-routine, multi-step, higher thinking problems). This comprehensive resource builds critical thinking skills and connects to national and state standards.
A mentor teacher shares insights, strategies and lessons for teaching reading, writing and math--and laying the foundation for learning success.
The 180 Days of Problem Solving for Grade 1 offers daily problem-solving practice geared towards developing the critical thinking skills needed to approach complex problems. This teacher-friendly resource provides thematic units that connect to a standards-based skill that first grade students are expected to know to advance to the next level. Lesson plans offer guidance and support for every day of the week, outlining strategies and activities that dig deeper than routine word problems. Each week students will use visual representations and analyze different types of word problems (including non-routine, multi-step, higher thinking problems). This comprehensive resource builds critical thinking skills and connects to national and state standards.
- Author : Information Resources Management Association. International Conference
- Publisher : IGI Global
- Release Date : 2001
- Genre : Computers
- Pages : 1202
- ISBN : 1930708076
Today, opportunities and challenges of available technology can be utilized as strategic and tactical resources for your organization. Conversely, failure to be current on the latest trends and issues of IT can lead to ineffective and inefficient management of IT resources. Managing Information Technology in a Global Economy is a valuable collection of papers that presents IT management perspectives from professionals around the world. The papers introduce new ideas, refine old ones and possess interesting scenarios to help the reader develop company-sensitive management strategies.
THE REMARKABLE AND INSPIRING TRUE STORY OF ONE GUY WHO TRANSFORMED HIS UNCERTAINTY ABOUT THE FUTURE INTO ACTION A year and a half after he graduated from college, Sean Aiken found himself struggling to answer the question “What should I do with my life?” His mother suggested teaching. His older sister told him to apply for an entry-level corporate position. His father said, “It doesn’t matter what you do, just make sure it’s something you’re passionate about.” Taking his father’s advice to heart, Sean created the One-Week Job Project and launched himself on an epic journey to find his passion. His goal: to work fifty-two jobs in fifty-two weeks. After the launch of his website, oneweekjob.com, the offers began pouring in. Sean’s first gig was—literally—jumping off a bridge, as a bungee operator in British Columbia. From there he traveled across Canada and the United States, reinventing himself as a firefighter, an aquarium host, a radio DJ, a martial arts instructor, an NHL mascot, and a snowshoe guide. During the course of his seven-day stints, from a Florida stock-trading floor to a cattle ranch in the wilds of Wyoming to a real estate office in Beverly Hills, Sean found time to make new friends and even fall in love. Whether choosing a spring fashion line, brewing beer, or milking a cow, Sean continued to ask himself and others about what success really means and how we find happiness—all while having the adventure of his life. Inventive and empowering, witty and wise, The One-Week Job Project is a book that will give you the courage to follow your passion. Or, as Mark Twain said, “Explore. Dream. Discover.”
- Author : Stark, Kristy
- Publisher : Shell Education
- Release Date : 2017-03-01
- Genre : Education
- Pages : 218
- ISBN : 9781618137579
Take your students on a year-round problem-solving adventure with thematic units that hone in on the key skills needed to meet today's standards. With the changes in mathematics, teachers need a tool to help them implement lessons that provide a deeper understanding of math concepts. The 180 Days of Problem Solving e-Book gives teachers daily opportunities to go beyond routine word problems to strengthen reasoning skills with practice that shows how these skills apply in real-life situations. This incredible resource provides thematic weekly units that connect to standards-aligned skill. Each concept is introduced in a fun and interesting way, engaging students as they build their ability to tackle problems different ways as well as applying these skills to non-routine problems. These easy-to-implement lessons strengthen critical thinking and reasoning skills so that students can feel confident as they approach multi-step, higher-level problems. Aligned with national standards, 180 Days of Problem Solving prepares students for college and career readiness.
From the pages of Epic magazine come the true stories that Inspired the Apple Original Series. Includes nearly a hundred color photographs and a Foreword by Kumail Nanjiani. Nearly everyone in America came from somewhere else. This is a fundamental part of the American idea—an identity and place open to everyone. People arrive from all points distant, speaking a thousand languages, carrying every culture, each with their own reason for uprooting themselves to try something new. Everyone has their own unique story. Little America is a collection of those stories, told by the people who lived them. Together, they form a wholly original, at times unexpected portrait of America’s immigrants—and thereby a portrait of America itself.
Designed for busy teachers, daycare workers, and parents, this book contains weekly activities, lesson ideas, arts and crafts and cooking activities for preschool age children.
180 Days of Writing is a fun and effective daily practice workbook designed to help students become better writers. This easy-to-use third grade workbook is great for at-home learning or in the classroom. The engaging standards-based writing activities cover grade-level skills with easy to follow instructions and an answer key to quickly assess student understanding. Each week students are guided through the five steps of the writing process: prewriting, drafting, revising, editing, and publishing. Watch student confidence grow while building important writing, grammar, and language skills with independent learning.Parents appreciate the teacher-approved activity books that keep their child engaged and learning. Great for homeschooling, to reinforce learning at school, or prevent learning loss over summer.Teachers rely on the daily practice workbooks to save them valuable time. The ready to implement activities are perfect for daily morning review or homework. The activities can also be used for intervention skill building to address learning gaps.
Author of the New York Times bestseller Present Over Perfect, Shauna Niequist provides the perfect read for those who love food and value the community and connection of family and friends around the table. Bread & Wine is a collection of essays about family relationships, friendships, and the meals that bring us together. This mix of Anne Lamott and Barefoot Contessa is a funny, honest, and vulnerable spiritual memoir. Bread & Wine is a celebration of food shared, reminding readers of the joy found in a life around the table. It’s about the ways God teaches and nourishes people as they nourish the people around them. It’s about hunger, both physical and otherwise, and the connections between the two. With wonderful recipes included, from Bacon-Wrapped Dates to Mango Chicken Curry to Blueberry Crisp, readers will be able to recreate the comforting and satisfying meals that come to life in Bread & Wine.
Day-by-Day Math Thinking Routines in Third Grade helps you provide students with a review of the foundational ideas in math, every day of the week! Based on the bestselling Daily Math Thinking Routines in Action, the book follows the simple premise that frequent, rigorous, engaging practice leads to mastery and retention of concepts, ideas, and skills. These worksheet-free, academically rigorous routines and prompts follow grade level priority standards and include whole group, individual, and partner work. The book can be used with any math program, or for small groups, workstations, or homework. Inside you will find: 40 weeks of practice 1 activity a day 200 activities total Answer Key For each week, the Anchor Routines cover these key areas: Monday: General Thinking Routines; Tuesday: Vocabulary; Wednesday: Place Value; Thursday: Fluency; and Friday: Problem Solving. Get your students’ math muscles moving with the easy-to-follow routines in this book!
The purpose of this book is to present an account of several different studies of the relationship of food additives to child behavior and learn ing problems. Because the outcome of these studies has deep, personal interest for many parents and their children, I have tried to present the studies in such a way that the logic and evidence of the studies is com prehensible to informed adults interested in weighing the facts for themselves. Unfortunately, the facts do not always follow a straightfor ward course. Part of my purpose has been to show the complexities lying in the way of the answers to apparently simple questions. I believe it is healthy and important for parents to examine the scientific evidence on issues affecting their daily lives, and to become aware of the process of research surrounding controversial claims regarding new therapies. New ideas in behavioral science are often difficult to track down and evaluate, and consequently there may be a large gap between therapeu tic claims and evidence bearing on those claims. The mother who won ders whether her child should be treated with a special diet is unlikely to have the facts necessary to make a judgment of the costs and benefits. She should however, know some of the major pitfalls in coming to a conclusion for or against such a course.
The first three novellas of the Moonshine Hollow series in a single book. Moonshine and Murder: Zoey Mathers had everything going for her until one night she lost her biggest client, her job, and her reputation. Leaving her life up to fate, Zoey closed her eyes and pointed. She would serve out her career exile in the small mountain town of Moonshine Hollow where moonshine flowed as freely as a mountain stream. Giving up the law to become a baker in Moonshine Hollow turned out to be the best thing Zoey had ever done. She was happy and enjoying life in her new small town. But Zoey should have learned the first time . . . one night can change your whole life. After unknowingly crashing a battle between witches, Zoey accidentally becomes a witch herself. That’s all before Zoey stumbles over a murder victim and the town’s sheriff becomes involved. Now she’s trying to find a murderer, stop two old witches from playing matchmaker, and learning she’s way more than a mere accidental witch. And that’s all before fate turns up one more sexy hunk of a twist . . . Moonshine and Malice: What was an accidental witch to do when fate sends a sexy witch on a motorcycle, only to find out he might be there to kill her? Zoey Mathers was adjusting to life as a witch— a real finger wiggling, magic casting, talk to spirits witch who was thrown into the middle of a war between good and evil. And now Slade, fate’s sexy twist, was asking her out on a date and talking about her part in an ancient prophecy. It was up to Zoey to decide if she could trust Slade not to kill her. She also has to discover the reason for her particular powers. And then there’s that little thing about her possibly being the key to ending the War of the Witches. Ah, the quiet small town mountain life. Now, if only she could only avoid losing her heart, and more importantly her life to Slade. Moonshine and Mayhem: Zoey Mathers was a witch. Not on purpose. It had happened accidentally. But as Zoey was fin
The Christmas Cookie Cookbook is the perfect holiday present or year-round companion for new and seasoned bakers alike. Packed with tips, anecdotes, and tons of recipes, this cookbook is a must-have for anyone looking for a new holiday tradition or simply a fresh way to spread holiday cheer throughout the year. For almost twenty years, Ann Pearlman and a dozen of her friends have been in a Christmas Cookie Club founded by Marybeth Bayer. Every year at the same time, they gather at her house to exchange cookies, wine, and laughs. Now, with The Christmas Cookie Cookbook, Ann shows readers how to start a club of their own. The recipes and the inspiration are all here in one complete guide for cookie club hopefuls. With a diverse selection of not only Christmas cookies, but Chanukah and Ramadan cookies too, there’s a treat in here for everyone!