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For Maggie Partners and busy educators, Tuesday is NO longer the most boring day of the week!

Important benefits of becoming a Maggie Partner:

  • Maggie’s Earth Adventures and the weekly program are free…and we’re not kidding
  • T.G.I.T. – Maggie Partners receive an inbox every Tuesday morning with timely and engaging  material ready to download and share with students
  • The program and ancillary materials are developed by a top shelf team of educators who know what they are doing

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Latest news


St. Patrick’s Day Special!

Posted on: March 7th, 2015 by Jessica

One island, two countries…that’s what Maggie, Dude, Yoshi, Jenny and Kuma found in Ireland. A romantic old castle may be more sinister than it seems with its spine chilling midnight surprises, serious flashing lights, unexplained footsteps and whispering wardrobes as well as the mission itself. 

Read Lights! Camera! Action! to see how Maggie and her friends do on their Northern Ireland adventure.

The complete Teacher’s Guide to Maggie’s Earth Adventures eco-thriller Lights! Camera! Action! by Kathy Hart Smith is available now in our bookstore!  Find the book absolutely FREE under the Kids Section. You’ll also find a fully animated trailer, games and more!

 

February is Dental Health Month!

Posted on: February 26th, 2015 by Jessica

Dental Health Month

Mount Rushmore

Posted on: February 17th, 2015 by Jessica

Did you receive this week’s WAP, “Mount Rushmore Math Adventure” ?    In addition to the math activities here are several ways to introduce the content across the curriculum!

Social Studies:

  • Economics – Discussing “wants and needs?” Use the information to talk about what the country wanted and what was needed to create Mount Rushmore.
  • Local Geography – Research the local needs of the community and how people and leaders arrived at the decision to create this monument. Ask children to explain why this was necessary for the community.

Science:

  • Find out more about the rocks (geology) of the area and what construction workers needed to make this a success.
  • Discover more about the animals who live in the area. Each child can write a page for a field guide detailing Mount Rushmore’s wildlife.

Language Arts:

  • Informational Text (Writing) Write a biography of a sculptor.
  • Research – Find out why this site is called Mount Rushmore.
  • Using Text Features: Make a timeline showing the creation of Mount Rushmore since it was an idea until it opened.

Art:

  • Use various materials to create a 3D version of one of the areas of Mount Rushmore, including the walkway, visitor’s center, or actual mountain.