Herd of Elephants? Part 1


Posted on: June 21st, 2011 by admin
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Theme unit and stand alone lesson plans to accompany Maggie’s cartoon adventure, “Herd of Elephants? Part 1”.

Teachers’ Resources for
“Herd of Elephants?”
Lessons and Activities for Teachers Using Miss Maggie’s “Herd of Elephants?” Adventure in the ClassroomEducational Framework for “Herd of Elephants?”
Language Arts
Write Your Own Guidebook!
Specific ideas and facts to help your students write scientific descriptions of African animals.
Pachyderms On Planes!
Focuses on Angolan issues and Quiçama National Park. Your students will read, write and understand the two sides of an issue.
Elephant Earth Adventures
Fascinating article and theme study about this “featured creature” along with integrated curricular activities.
Don’t Get On This List!
Graphic organizer and article on endangered African animals. Many multiple intelligences activities are suggested.
Lions at Lunchtime Reading Guide
Graphic organizer and article on endangered African animals. Many multiple intelligences activities are suggested.
The Wild Foundation
Informative article about the work that this organization is doing in southern Africa. Follow up activities included.
Math

Just How Big?
Read fascinating facts about African animals and do conversion exercises.
Math Journaling and Problem Solving
Our popular real life situations designed to empower students and heighten interest in math!
Conversion Math
Put your students’ measurement understanding to work. Have them complete this chart just as actual scientists might do!
Science

Elephant Earth Adventures
Fascinating article and theme study about this “featured creature” along with integrated curricular activities.
Don’t Get On This List!
Graphic organizer and article on endangered African animals. Many multiple intelligences activities are suggested.
Pitter, Patter, Raindrops
Science article and follow up activities designed to explain erosion.
Write Your Own Guidebook!
Specific ideas and facts to help your students write scientific descriptions of African animals.
Social Studies

Pachyderms On Planes!
Specific ideas and facts to help your students write scientific descriptions of African animals.