Subjects: Science Grade Levels: 1st, 2nd Resources: 56 slides in the PowerPoint Time: 52 minutes Made by: The Jacoby Jungle, Lakeland, FL
Description: This PowerPoint is full of colorful photographs and easy to understand sentences. It explains where forests are, what they are, and why they are in danger. It gives lots of information about the following forest animals: skunks, beavers, owls, squirrels, raccoons, opossums, porcupines, and bears.
Subjects:Science, English Language Arts, Vocabulary Grade Levels:PreK, Kindergarten, 1st Resources:PDF Acrobat Document File Time: 10 minutes Made by:gewitkow, Pennsylvania
Description:For this set of word wall words there are 25 forest animal picture/word cards and 2 word sheets for easy use in the writing center. Animals included: deer, mountain lion, raccoon, groundhog, rabbit, bear (black bear), opossum, bat, squirrel, chipmunk, bobcat, ruffed grouse, turkey, quail, hawk, skunk, wolf, pheasant,porcupine, barn owl, fox, cardinal, wood duck, blue jay.
Subjects: Science Grade Levels:PreK, Kindergarten, 1st Resources: PDF Acrobat Document File; 23 animal track cards with labels, 23 animal tracks cards without labels, 23 labels; 23 photographic pictures of animals (labeled); title cards for both the track cards and the animal cards; Cards are approx. 3¾” x 2½”. Time: 30 minutes Made by:Montessori Print Shop, Ontario, Canada
Description:Match each animal to their foot tracks. This work includes: black bear, beaver, dog, coyote, elk, opossum, grey squirrel, bobcat, chipmunk, black-tailed deer, mouse, porcupine, raccoon, striped skunk, grey wolf, duck, raven, quail, blue heron, robin, wild turkey, killdeer, and merganser.
Pumpkin, pumpkin, and more pumpkin! What respectable porcupine could resist this delicious feast? Teddy Bear, the “talking” porcupine, can’t resist — he indulges! Listen carefully, as he’s talking with his mouth full.
When: Monday, March 3, 8-3PM – Crafts, reading, signing, presentation to grades K-5
Where: Asa C Adams Elementary School, 6 Goodridge Road, Orono, ME
Testimonial: Asa C. Adams Elementary School Librarian, D. Smart
“Thank you so much for traveling to the frozen north to share your book and love of art with all of us. It was a joy to work with both you and Jamie. The children, as well as, the teachers continue to stop by the library to share their positive thoughts on your visit. We can’t wait to see what you write next!”