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  1. Kids cook farm-fresh food: Seasonal recipes, activities & farm profiles that teach ecological responsibility by Sibella Kraus, 2002

1. Kids Cook Farm-fresh Food Seasonal Recipes, Activities Farm
Kids cook farmfresh food Seasonal recipes, activities farm profiles that teach ecological responsibility (Sibella Kraus)

2. Months Of The Year Theme - Lesson Plans, Thematic Units
Quick Links Teacher Downloads . Free Newsletter . Sites for Teachers

3. Celebrating St. Patrick's Day At The Holiday Zone
Pages include St. Patrick's games, arts and crafts, reading comprehension exercises, discussion topics, and language activities for teachers

4. Holidays
. Sites For Teachers Check out these excellent education websites. Children's...... and Seasonal Units. Try these links too. Site

5. Lesson Plan Search Seasonal Activities Fall Halloween
Home Seasonal Activities Fall Halloween Categories Links Pumpkin Talk Who thought pumpkins could teach your students about air and

6. Seasonal Activities For Young Children
Seasonal Activities for Young Children This site is maintained by SAFETY RULES AND QUIZ http// ..

7. The Teacher's Corner - Teacher Resources - Lesson Plans
Home Seasonal Activities Halloween Activities Lesson Plans. Arts Crafts 2+ A creative lesson that allows you to teach adjectives using

8. Print Seasonal Activities
Merry Bee Seasonal Activities sites 11/10/04 This is the printer friendly compilation of pages from http// ..

9. The Lesson Plans Page - Holiday Lesson Plans And Seasonally Themed
Search This Site Vote For Us @ SitesForTeachers @ Teachnology Seasonal Themes and Holiday Lesson Plans Visit Other

10. Biltmore Estate - Seasonal Outdoor Activities
Activities include animal care, nature hikes, arts and crafts, and a Broad River, biking, fishing, and animal tracking teach outdoor skills.

11. Preschool Spring Theme Activities For Teaching Young Children
Hot and cold cooking experiences enhance seasonal learning activities. Comments I teach children with severe learning difficulties, ASD s and PMLD s
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Spring Theme
Activities for Teaching Young Children
Print this Theme Preschool education activities for spring that blossom into early childhood education lesson plans for teaching pre-k children pre reading, counting and the science skills of observation and prediction. Hot and cold cooking experiences enhance seasonal learning activities. Please help this page blossom by sharing your ideas
for preschool Spring a ctivities.
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Preschool Spring Activity Theme
Just in time for Spring, lots of themes and activity plans are in
The Rainbow Resource Room!
Springtime Song
Preschool children learn about the spring season as they sing this sensory song from Nicole H Springtime Song Tune: Did you ever see a Lassie? My eyes can see it springtime, it's springtime, its springtime. My eyes can see it springtime, the grass is so green! The green grass, the flowers, the sunshine and showers. My eyes can see it's springtime, and I am so glad. My ears can hear its springtime, its spring time, its springtime.

12. Seasonal Activities For Young Children
seasonal activities for Young Children. This site is maintained by. Pam Pettyemail homepage http//
Seasonal Activities for Young Children This site is maintained by Pam Petty
Johnny Appleseed For a biography of John Chapman with further links,try the following page.

The following treasure hunt is an especially fun one,with games, puzzles, pictures, etc., all on the JohnnyA. theme: JOHNNY APPLESEED WEBQUEST:

Test your knowledge with the following puzzle.
This very good and extensive bio from professor Tirado attempts to put Columbus' life into historical context. 1492: AN ONGOING VOYAGE: Navigate your own way through the historical voyage in this wonderful online exhibit from the Library of Congress. COLUMBUS AND THE SPANISH EMPIRE:

13. Roots & Shoots - The Jane Goodall Institute
seasonal activities. Early Childhood (2 – 6 yrs) The Roots Shoots servicelearning projects teach students how to take ecofriendly actions to benefit
Lesson Plans: Overview Lesson Plans Teacher Development Youth Development ...
Sample Activity
Send an E-card
Send an e-greeting to someone you know. Choose from eight different e-cards Try a New FONT!
download this chimp type font (PC Compatible-Font compressed in .zip format)
. Students can practice the alphabet and write messages using letters formed out of chimpanzees!
EcoTeam provides a set of six that are linked to environmental science lesson plans
  • Raise awareness about storm drain run-off Combat soil erosion Make eco-friendly cleaning products Help captive raptors Design a pollinator garden Pledge to make a difference
Sample activity Walking with Grandfather
The Walking with Grandfather curriculum includes six service-learning lessons that teach about values encouraged in Native American culture, including kindness, living in harmony with others, and overcoming challenges. Activities correspond with a video series and curriculum produced by Four Worlds International that use storytelling to teach life lessons and values.

14. In Universities - Roots & Shoots® - The Jane Goodall Institute
Roots Shoots for Young Children consists of ageappropriate seasonal activities . The activities teach students how to take eco-friendly actions to
University Resources: Overview Universities in Action College Leadership Council University Connections ... Mentoring Resources
Group Resources
(Receive with Membership CLC Sample Constitution
Many colleges and universities require new clubs to create a constitution or set of by-laws, particularly if they plan to request funds. This constitution, developed by the CLC, can serve as a model.
Download the Sample Constitution
Lessons for Hope
Check out Lessons for Hope
Mentoring Resources These resources offer great opportunities for youth mentoring and student teaching.
All resources can be obtained through our National Office TapRoots!

15. Craft Recipes
Includes seasonal activities and printable coloring pages. Kid s Zone Arts andcrafts for all ages. Kids-Idea - Features cutting paper, crafts, flipbooks,
Curriculum Lesson Plans Organizers Rubrics ...
  • Activities for Kids - Offers crafts, coloring, dot to dot, and word search. You can also hear the Kookaburra song, about a bird who laughs.
  • Activity Village - Keeping Kids Busy - Dozens of free activities for kids 10 and under. Includes crafts, printables worksheets, coloring pages and puzzles, jigsaws and wallpaper to download, and links.
  • All American Kids Club - Features sections such as historical crafts, bath and body for kids, bead patterns, and party crafts. New projects added regularly.
  • Avalon Arts Recipes - Recipes for cookless play dough, flubber, pretend snow, and goop. Ben and Jerry's Fun Stuff - Features on-line fun and craft ideas for kids.
  • Bubble Fun - Teaches kids how to make their own bubbles and wands. Includes tips on how to make art and color out of bubbles.
  • Bubble Town - How to make giant bubbles, construct a bubble tube, mix a super bubble blowing solution, and play bubble games.
  • Card Collectors Frame Craft - Instructions to make a frame to display your Pokemon cards.
  • 16. Homework Help
    Includes seasonal activities, as well as materials for parents and teachers.FE Kids Offers homework help, activities, games, software and more.
    Curriculum Lesson Plans Organizers Rubrics ...
  • Andy's Homework Help Page - Useful pointers and links to other helpful sites.
  • Answer Point - An MSN community where kids, teenagers, and adults can ask questions in a forum. People volunteer answers on topics from the arts to the sciences. Includes a special kids-only section.
  • BJ Pinchbeck's Help with Homework - More than 625 links to educational sites appropriate for homework help.
  • Book Report Now - Five guidelines for getting a book report done.
  • Chatterbee's Homework Help Center - Homework help on hundreds of topics ranging from Art to Zoology.
  • - Offers homework resources, print-outs, and games. Includes seasonal activities, as well as materials for parents and teachers.
  • FE Kids - Offers homework help, activities, games, software and more.
  • Ganapit kids - Designed for children in elementary school to aid them in school reports and presentations. Offers information on many subjects, costume ideas, and writing help.
  • Homework and School Help - Provides information and resources related to science, literature, history, art and other educational subjects.
  • 17. What Are The Seasons
    In times past, the Okanogan people engaged in seasonal activities that were Ask an elder to teach students the Okanogan words for months and seasons.
    What Are the Seasons?
    Cindy Fry, Sandy Kelnhofer, Barbara Quintasket
    Paschal Sherman Indian School, Omak, Washington Summary Students learn about seasons and how they are part of a continuous circle. Grade level
    First Grade Time required
    Two hours Materials
    The book, Round and Round the Seasons Go
    Seasons Wheel
    Okanogan Salish words for months of the year and seasons
    Science journals
    Pictures of children's seasonal activities
    Photos and cultural artifacts related to traditional seasonal activities Goals By completing this lesson, students will
  • use their senses to make seasonal observations, learn the Salish words for months and seasons, learn about the Circle of Life, learn about traditional seasonal activities of the Okanogan people and develop inquiry process skills.
  • Science standards addressed National Science Standards
    • Abilities necessary to do scientific inquiry Changes in Earth and Sky Life cycles of organisms Types of resources
    American Indian Science Standards
    • Changes in Earth's surface, weather fluctuations and movements of celestial objects and how they affected historical American Indian community locations, annual migrations, and agricultural and ceremonial cycles.
    Teacher tips Ask an elder to teach students the Salish words, and to talk with them about the Circle of Life and seasonal activities of the Okanogan people. Gather photos and cultural artifacts related to traditional seasonal activities, such as a digging stick, fishing weir, etc.

    18. Nimiipum Inmiwit - The Nez Perce Year Of Seasons
    Pictures of seasonal activities in contemporary times and times past for teach students the Nez Perce name of the current month or season and the names
    Nimiipum Inmiwit - The Nez Perce Year of Seasons
    Evelyn Carter, D'Lisa Pinkham, Jackie Taylor
    Nez Perce Indian Reservation, Lapwai, ID Summary
    Students learn about the seasonal organization of the Nez Perce traditional lifestyle. Grade level
    Kindergarten Time required
    Four 30-minute class periods Materials
    Bulletin board with four sections
    Cards with the Nez Perce name for each season written in large letters
    Cultural items used traditionally by the Nez Perce for food preparation such as a gaffing pole, dip net, digging stick, digging bag, beargrass woven berry basket, mortar and pestle, bow and arrows, drying racks, etc.
    Pictures of traditional Nez Perce food preparation items for coloring (see list above)
    Pictures of traditional Nez Perce foods for coloring: salmon, roots, native vegetables, berries, elk, and deer Pictures of seasonal activities in contemporary times and times past for coloring Historic pictures of Nez Perce people harvesting, preparing and storing foods Simple map of Nez Perce aboriginal territory, showing prominent landmarks

    19. KinderArt Littles Early Childhood Education Preschool Daycare Art Lessons
    teach your preschoolers about A, B, Cs. seasonal activities All sort ofideas from KinderArt. ShapeA-Bunny Shape and form for Easter.
    Click for KinderArt Littles Quick Site Menu *kinderart* *home* ece activities craft recipes ece tips the fridge kinderart store search submissions feedback you are here: Home > ece activities
    ece activities
    Artmaking: Building/Creating
    Artmaking: Color
    Cooperation ... KinderArt Alphabet/Pre-Writing
    3D Letters

    ...A great way to create letter art. From Cindy Marotta. Alphabet Animal Collage
    ...Learning the alphabet. Submitted by: Erika Bingham. Alphabet Dig
    ...Letter recognition and matching with Sue Mowrer. ABC's
    ...Letters and shapes C is for Celery
    ...Learning the alphabet Foam Letters
    ...Learning the letters of the alphabet. Submitted by: Jennifer Hynes. Name Recognition ...Letter and shape recognition. Submitted by: Karen LaVarnway. Name Writing for Preschoolers ...Pre-writing skills and name recognition. Submitted by: Lisa Elwell. Sand Names ...Children will learn about letters and words in a fun way. From Amy. TOP Artmaking: Building/Creating Beautiful Butterfly ...Building small motor skills. From Erica. Craft Sticks, Buttons and Beads

    20. Teach In Japan - The ELCA J-3 Program
    A candidate applies to teach in the J3 program, but the final seasonal activities.Pamphlets - Assist in handing out pamphlets Monday through Friday at
    The Japan Program (J-3) A Ministry of Teaching and Congregational Leadership The Japan Evangelical Lutheran Church (JELC) operates schools and other programs that provide English language instruction as part of the church's ministry. The JELC invites the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America to recruit North American English speakers to t each English and to be actively involved in the life of the local congregation. J-3 is the program’s moniker in Japan because the length of service is nearly three years (see timeframe below). A candidate applies to teach in the J-3 program, but the final determination of placement is made by the JELC after the teacher-missionary has been in Japan for a few months. Sample assignment descriptions provide an idea of the types of placements that may be available, although others may be offered as well. The J-3 program has a long history dating back to the mid-1950’s. Many people have found it to be a great opportunity and an unforgettable, life-changing experience. Is Japan in your future? To help you discern your direction, three recent J-3 teacher-missionaries talk about the challenges and opportunities (see right column) of serving in Japan and the qualities that may be needed. Timeframe
    The length of the contract is 33 months – July 2005 to March 2008.

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