Sixteen-year-old Clancy Edwards has always been "the good girl." Ever since her mother died in a skydiving accident when Clancy was young, Clancy's father has watched her like a hawk. Between her dad's rules and her boyfriend's protectiveness, she's longing for an escape this summer. Then she meets Denny. Denny is a new skydiving student and college freshman. Clancy lets Denny think they're the same age--and that she's old enough to make decisions for herself. But the lies snowball, relationships are damaged, and suddenly Clancy isn't the person she wants to be. If only making choices were as simple as taking a leap out of a plane. Before Clancy can make things right, one last act of rebellion threatens her chance to do so--maybe forever.
Help your child develop early phonics and reading skills with the I Know the Alphabet workbook. I Know the Alphabet for ages 3+ teaches your child to recognize and write uppercase and lowercase letters, while helping them associate letters with sounds.
A wide range of children's picture books with a published theme, including such favorites as Little Bear, Arthur, and The Night Before Christmas, are used with these activities to assist children to develop critical literacy skills in reading comprehension, creative writing, vocabulary, grammar, word study and creativity. Children will love these activities based on their favorite Christmas storybooks.
Publisher: S & S Learning
Product ID: SSLC103
Grades: 2 - 3
Level(s): Primary, Intermediate
File Size: 2.27 MB
Whiteboard Compatible: Yes (Level 1)
ISBN (Physical Book): 9780921511151
Students will read about the RCMP and the musical ride and practice reading and language skills in: classifying sentences, following written directions, spelling, word meanings, plural nouns and kinds of nouns. Answer key included.
A two page summary with follow-up on Joannie Rochette - The Performance of a Lifetime. The follow-up asks students to answer the four questions from her biography. Answer key provided.
This book was created to help Grade 3 students prepare for the EQAO Mathematics Assessment test. The 10 practice tests were designed to be similar to the actual test the students will be taking. The questions are either multiple choice or open response so that students can get familiar with the question/answer format. The first 5 tests each feature a different key math skill for targeted practice: number sense and numeration, patterning and algebra, measurement, geometry and spatial sense and data management and probability. Students struggling in any of these areas will benefit from this skill-specific practice. The following 5 tests feature mixed math skills with questions that are a combination of all the math skills. There is no particular sequence to the tests. They can be used in whatever order you choose to fit your students' needs. 80 Pgs
Rosh Hashanah, Yom Kippur and Sukkot are Jewish religious celebrations that fall in September or October depending on their religious calendar. Your students will enjoy reading about the history, traditions and food pertaining to these celebrations. View the eBook that this E-Lesson is taken from here.
Teach the causes, personalities and consequences of rebellions of 1837-38 in Upper and Lower Canada. Students will recognize the nature of change and conflict, different ways of creating change, and methods of resolving conflicts. Seven complete lesson plans begin with discussion questions to introduce the topic and continue with reading passages and follow-up worksheets. This book supports many of the fundamental concepts and learning outcomes from the curriculums for the province of Ontario, Grade 7, History, Conflict & Change.This enhanced eBook gives you the freedom to copy and paste the content of each page into the format that fits your needs. You can post lessons on your class website, make student copies, and more.
This resource covers the most common coins and bills used in Canada today. Students develop knowledge of coins and bills through a series of exercises that focus on currency recognition, counting, addition, subtraction and making change.
These 23 second grade Numeration lesson plans are 100% Canadian content and follow the elementary mathematics curriculum guidelines. These 23 Numeration Common Core lesson plans include estimating and counting coins; relations between quantities, division and number words to name a few. Answer key included.
Students will complete a Media Survey - Media In My Week. A Memory Game is included along with additional activities to reinforce and strengthen learning. Answer key included.
May Day is an ancient festival still practised in some communities. The information provides students with the customs and traditions of this day and how it is celebrated around the world. The follow-up provides a review of synonyms and antonyms and a word meaning exercise.View the eBook that this E-Lesson is taken from here.
Help prepare your students for the EQAO tests. As an educator, you want your students to do well on the math test. Use the reproducible worksheets that replicate the test pages to stimulate the test environment and to discover areas of weakness in your students.This enhanced eBook gives you the freedom to copy and paste the content of each page into the format that fits your needs. You can post lessons on your class website, make student copies, extract or rotate pages, and edit the contents of the file.
Canada grew from the many cultures that immigrated to Canada, and not without difficulty or hardship. This resource will aid you when teaching your students about the development of Canada from an immigration viewpoint. The 10 lesson plans tell the story from the first immigrants to Canada, immigration before and after the wars, the changes in the laws and the process involved for immigrants to become Canadian citizens. This unit includes 10 lesson plans, unit test & answer key, the history of immigration in Canada and 3 research activities.This enhanced eBook gives you the freedom to copy and paste the content of each page into the format that fits your needs. You can post lessons on your class website, make student copies, and more.
Students will be aware of the rights and responsibilities that accompany their Canadian Citizenship. They will have a better understanding of the process and steps an immigrant must take in order to become a Canadian Citizen. (For more lessons search 'Citizenship'.)View the eBook that this E-Lesson is taken from here.
All Saints Day and All Souls Day are celebrations that honour the dead. All Saints Day is celebrated by the church and famous saints are honoured with a special service. On All Souls Day, the Christian Church remembers everyone who has died. Your students will enjoy learning about how these days came to be and how they are celebrated. The follow-up activity will strengthen the students ability to recall details in information.View the eBook that this E-Lesson is taken from here.
Students will practice and improve their writing and grammar skills with interrogative sentences and creative expression. Answer key included.
Through hands-on, experiential activities, your students will learn firsthand how manufacturing companies are developed. Your students will explore how a new company can be financed, the importance of location, transportation, resources, and markets. Group work, along with oral and written communication and research are some of the essential skill addressed in the course of this integrated unit.
Explorez ce pays pictoresque et découvez la réalite de la Suisse derrière ses paysages de rêve. Cette unite contient 47 activites d'orthographe, de grammaire, de géographie, de composition et de recherche.
Learning how to count money is an important skill as we need money to buy some of our favourite things! This resource is packed with worksheets and activities that allow students to practice important concepts involving money to meet expectations of the grades 3 and 4 Ontario Mathematics Curriculum. Concepts covered include: estimating, counting & representing money amounts up to $10/$100; adding & subtracting money amounts up to $10/$100; making change for purchases up to $10/$100. Assessments that can be used at the end of the math unit are included for each grade along with a marking rubric.
Many Ukrainians across Canada celebrate their Ukrainian Christmas in January as well as on December 25. Use the information and follow-up to acquaint your students with another cultures traditions, customs and food.View the eBook that this E-Lesson is taken from here.
Louis Riel Day celebrates the life of a rebel who fought for the rights of his people, the Mtis. Share his life story and this celebration with your students. The follow-up focuses on the students ability to recall events and the ability to express an opinion.View the eBook that this E-Lesson is taken from here.
This resource is based on the Ontario Curriculum but also incorporates topics covered in curriculum from other provinces and territories. For each grade level, there is an in depth look into a First Nation in Canada. This book looks at the Cree, Anishinaabe (Ojibway), and Haudenosaunee (Iroquois). Along with Social Studies topics, this book draws on cross-curricular instruction which allows Native Studies to be incorporated into a variety of subject areas. Also included in this resource is an Educator's Guide to teaching Native Studies in the classroom, with information on where to gain appropriate resources and information on the topics covered. 80 Pgs.
A child's world consists of him/herself, the family, friends, the school and the neighborhood. Explore the world of your students by implementing these ideas and activities into your language based classroom program. A reproducible booklet is enclosed for the children to illustrate their family, home, school, toys and foods. 25 activities.
In order for children to think well for themselves, they must realize and accept that they are human beings with strengths and weaknesses. Incorporate the ideas and activities in your own program on self-concept. Plus award badges and a student booklet! 40 activities.
Gain an in-depth insight into your students' personalities, feelings, emotions, likes, dislikes, concerns, fears and opinions with these ideas and activities focusing on creativity, language, creative writing, brainstorming and problem solving. 47 activities.
The world of circus clowns, jugglers, acrobats and roaring lions makes a perfect backdrop for learning phonics, math and much more. Your students will be delighted with these highly visual activities that put their new found skills in language arts and math to use. Includes skills in phonics, word study, critical thinking, research, math, and creative writing.
Students will practice and improve their grammar skills in identifying exclamatory sentences. Answer key included.
Theatre is a powerful teaching and learning tool. The historical plays in this resource contain age appropriate content that can be used to engage children in the stories of the struggles, sacrifices, and triumphs that Canadians of all walks of life endured in the dart and dangerous days of wartime. These five plays include scenes both at the home front and overseas which incorporate real events, names, and places to engage both the audience and the participants in historical thinking. A double-use Rubric and Teacher's Guide are included. Commemorate Remembrance Day with one.
Students will practice and improve their grammar skills in identifying pronouns. Answer key included.
A missing school key leads to the school printer being stolen. Mr. Doyle the school custodian, becomes the chief suspect. Can Roger, the class clown, find the real thief and clear Mr. Doyle? Novel by Colleen O'Shaughnessy McKenna. Reproducible chapter questions, plus comprehension questions, a story summary, author biography, creative and cross curricular activities, complete with answer key.
A New Year's holiday in Winnipeg is the setting for this adventure of Diamond and Kulniki Detective Agency. Jesse's Uncle Misha is the chief suspect in the Missing Carnivorous Plants case. Only superior detection work by the dynamic duo reveal the real thief of Blueberry Muffin. Novel by Linda Bailey. Reproducible chapter questions, plus comprehension questions, a story summary, author biography, creative and cross curricular activities, complete with answer key.
The setting is a Mormon Community in Utah, in 1896. Meet the Fitzgerald family and the Great Brain, Tom. When Tom puts his Great Brain to work the problem is always solved but with different results for different people. Novel by John D. Fitzgerald. Reproducible chapter questions, plus comprehension questions, a story summary, author biography, creative and cross curricular activities, complete with answer key.