Best Education & Reference Books for 11 Year Olds

Here are the top 30 education & reference books for 11 year olds. Please click Read Review to read book reviews on Amazon. You can also click Find in Library to check book availability at your local library. If the default library is not correct, please follow Change Local Library to reset it.

1. Everything You Need…english To Know About English Homework (Everything You Need to Know about (Scholastic Paperback))

by: Anne ZemanKate Kelly
Release date: Jan 01, 2005
Number of Pages: 144
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With a refreshing new design and fully updated information, the Everything You Need to Know About…series is a first-rate homework reference guide for 4th- 5th- and 6th-graders and their parents!

The newly revised and updated Everything You Need to Know About…Homework series provides kids and parents with a quick refresher to 4th through 6th grade curriculum topics. The organization and scope of these concise homework-help guides make them an essential reference resource.

Researched according to middle-grade curriculum and current textbooks, and created in conjunction with subject experts, these titles answer kids’ most frequently asked homework questions.
In ENGLISH, students will find everything from how to use an apostrophe to how to write a book report.

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Children’s Books > Education & Reference > Reading & Writing

2. God’s Great Covenant, OT Book One

by: Clarie A. Larsen
Release date: Jan 01, 2007
Number of Pages: 212
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God’s Great Covenant, Old Testament One teaches the Biblical narrative chronologically, from Genesis to Ruth to elementary aged students. The Old Testament is a narrative of God’s faithfulness to his people, and the overarching themes of the promises and power of God are presented in weekly stories. The workbook text contains thirty-two weekly chapters along with maps and 3D illustration. Recommended for second grade and up.

Classical Academic Press

Educators will find all curricula by Classical Academic Press to be created with four important attributes. Each product is classical, creative, relevant, and easy to use. As our company name implies, you will find that we publish classical books and media, seeking to acquaint students with the best that has been thought and said.

We also design and present our products with creativity and zest, from beautiful illustrations to engaging storytelling, ensuring that the classical subjects being taught are anything but boring.

Areas we publish in include:

-Latin
-Ancient Greek
-Logic
-Bible, Old & New Testament
-The Art Of Poetry
-Spanish
-Classical Education Resources

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Christian Books & Bibles > Education > Children & Teens

3. Monster High: Meet the Ghouls Character Guidebook

by: Kirsten Mayer
Release date: Nov 04, 2014
Number of Pages: 96
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Monster High fan-ghouls can read all about their favorite monsters in this fun guidebook to all the characters illustrated with ghoulgeous full color photos. Inside are all the scary-cool facts about the student disembody’s freaky flaws, pet peeves, favorites-colors, subjects, activities, and foods-GFFs, and more! From Frankie Stein to Jane Boolittle, meet all the ghouls!
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Children’s Books > Growing Up & Facts of Life > Friendship, Social Skills & School Life > School

4. Creepy Crawlies and the Scientific Method: More Than 100 Hands-On Science Experiments for Children

by: Sally Kneidel
Release date: Apr 06, 1993
Number of Pages: 240
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From beetles to bugs, ant lions to slime molds, praying mantises to earthworms, Creepy Crawlies and the Scientific Method shows teachers and parents how to use a full spectrum of insects and other crawling creatures to teach children the five steps of the scientific method: question, hypothesis, methods, result, and conclusion. Focusing on fun as well as education, and operating on the premise that doing is learning, Creepy Crawlies offers more than 100 different experiments. This classroom-tested collection of experiments and discussions on crawling creatures and scientific methodology is a perfect resource for teachers or just an afternoon of educational fun at home.
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Children’s Books > Science, Nature & How It Works > Experiments & Projects

5. Longman Children’s Picture Dictionary (Teacher’s Resource Book)

by: PRENTICE HALLLongman
Release date: Dec 20, 2002
Number of Pages: 152
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The Longman Children’s Picture Dictionary uses fun, child-centered scenes to illustrate 800 words, organized into 50 thematic units, complete with songs and chants. Themes from Animal Orchestra to Pirate Ship provide a clear context for learning new words.

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6. The Kingfisher Dinosaur Encyclopedia: One Encyclopedia, a world of prehistoric knowledge (Kingfisher Encyclopedias)

by: Dr. Michael Benton
Release date: Apr 04, 2017
Number of Pages: 160
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The Kingfisher Dinosaur Encyclopedia by Professor Mike Benton is the perfect guide to dinosaurs and the prehistoric world for children aged nine plus. It is packed with colourful illustrations, step-by-step sequences and the latest photography. Arranged thematically into key areas, the concise text is clear, accurate and perfectly pitched, making this an unbeatable resource for home and school.

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Children’s Books > Animals > Dinosaurs

7. Sword Fighting

by: Karyn Henley
Release date: Apr 06, 2000
Number of Pages: 384
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This devotional from Karyn Henley helps children use memorized verses to make character-building decisions. Fifty-two Scriptures will help kids focus on the positive character traits in choices such as listening vs. ignoring, willingness vs. stubbornness, and bravery vs. cowardice. Kids will enjoy examining biblical examples, as well as reviewing and using memorized verses for friendly “sword-fighting” application games. A great tool for elementary age kids.
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Children’s Books > Religions > Christianity > Bible > Reference & Interpretation

8. Spanish Picture Word Book (Dover Children’s Language Activity Books)

by: Hayward CirkerBarbara Steadman
Release date: Jan 07, 1994
Number of Pages: 32
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Here’s a pleasant and effective way for students of Spanish to build and strengthen vocabulary skills. The book consists of 15 carefully rendered scenes, each devoted to a different theme or topic:
En el Zoológico (At the Zoo)
En la Finica (On the Farm)
El Cuarto de Niña (Girl’s Bedroom)
El Cuarto de Niño (Boy’s Bedroom)
La Clase (Classroom)
La Sala de Estar (Living Room)
El Cuarto de Baño (Bathroom)
En la Cena (At Dinner)
El Supermercado (Supermarket)
En la Playa (At the Beach)
… and five more.
Each illustration contains dozens of common objects, clearly labeled in Spanish. By studying the illustrations, students can learn over 500 words for common household items, clothing, foods, vehicles, furniture, names of animals, parts of the body, types of stores, and public buildings and many more.
To help reinforce words and meanings, all the scenes in this book are ideal for coloring. In addition, a complete list of Spanish words (with definite articles) and English translations will be found at the back of the book. The result is an attractive and useful language resource that will appeal to any student of basic Spanish, child or adult.
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Children’s Books > Education & Reference > Foreign Language Learning > Spanish

9. Inside Biosphere 2: Earth Science Under Glass (Scientists in the Field Series)

by: Mary Kay CarsonTom Uhlman
Release date: Oct 13, 2015
Number of Pages: 80
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In the Arizona desert, scientists conduct studies and experiments aimed to help us better understand our environment and what sort of things are happening to it due to climate change. The location is Biosphere 2, an immense structure that contains a replica ocean, savannah, and rainforest, among other Earth biomes. It’s a unique take on the Scientists in the Field mission statement — in this case, the lab is a replica that allows the scientists to conduct large-scale experiments that would otherwise be impossible.
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Children’s Books > Education & Reference > Jobs & Careers

10. The Black Soldier: 1492 to the Present

by: Catherine Clinton
Release date: Sep 25, 2000
Number of Pages: 128
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Black soldiers have fought and died in the Americas for centuries, forming a chain of warriors stretching back nearly 500 years. Yet their contribution to our nation’s history has been neglected, and the battles they’ve had to fight against racism and prejudice have often been as challenging as facing the enemy on the field of battle.
This exciting story of African-American heroism traces the history of the black soldier, from the African explorers who accompanied Columbus to African Americans who took up arms in the American Revolution, the Civil War, and Desert Storm. These tales of heroism show young readers that while black soldiers were once systematically ignored within the armed forces, earning little praise and often dying for a nation that granted them few rights, black men and women rose to the occasion and distinguished themselves with each successive opportunity to prove themselves in combat and in the ranks. Ultimately, the sacrifices of these valiant soldiers led to today’s fully integrated armed services.
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Children’s Books > History > Military & Wars

11. 30 Minutes a Day: Kindergarten (30 Minute a Day Learning System)

by: Brighter Minds
Release date: Jul 31, 2006
Number of Pages: 375
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30 Minutes a Day: Kindergarten (30 Minute a Day Learning System)
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Children’s Books > Education & Reference > Study Aids

12. More AbraVocabara: The Amazingly Sensible Approach to Teaching Vocabulary (AbraVocabra Series)

by: M.S. Samston
Release date: Aug 01, 2001
Number of Pages: 153
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Help your students improve their vocabularies with More AbraVocabra, a sequel to the popular AbraVocabra. The book includes 24 lists of 12 words—all words taken from newspapers, magazines, and television. The words are practical words that any reasonably educated person is likely to encounter in real life.

More AbraVocabra includes the following:

  • “tip-off” sentences to help students figure out what the words mean;
  • simple, student-friendly definitions;
  • lots of ideas for getting the students to use, and thus learn, the words;
  • interesting tests that do more than ask students to “regurgitate” definitions; and
  • playing cards and instructions for the “Vocabra” game.

More AbraVocabra has everything a teacher needs to help students expand their vocabularies. The AbraVocabra approach really works!

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Children’s Books > Education & Reference > Reading & Writing > Vocabulary & Spelling

13. Painless Junior: Science (Barron’s Painless Junior)

by: Wendie Hensley M.A.Annette Licata M.A.
Release date: Sep 01, 2007
Number of Pages: 216
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Elementary school students who find science mystifying, daunting, and hard to understand will change their minds when they open this book. The authors have transformed fundamental scientific principles into an exciting adventure where they discover how plant and animal life interact within the Earth’s ecosystem, how energy is converted into heat and motion, how matter exists in solid, liquid, and gaseous states, how light is reflected and refracted, how magnetism and electricity are related, how the Earth revolves around the Sun, how the Moon revolves around the Earth, how different kinds of rock were formed, and how the Earth’s surface has been formed and shaped over a period of many billions of years. The student-friendly text is complemented with instructive line art.
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Children’s Books > Literature & Fiction

14. Be Nice to Mice #20 (Katie Kazoo, Switcheroo)

by: Nancy KrulikJohn and Wendy
Release date: May 18, 2006
Number of Pages: 84
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Katie can’t wait for the school science fair. But when she hears that a sixth-grader named Selena is using her pet mice as part of a science experiment, Katie does her best to put a stop to it. When she turns into Selena on the day of the fair, she gets her chance to set the mice free. What a disaster! How will Katie eek her way out of this one?
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Children’s Books > Growing Up & Facts of Life > Friendship, Social Skills & School Life > School

15. Little Faith (Classic Stories)

by: O. F. Walton
Release date: Jan 01, 2001
Number of Pages: 144
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Little Faith is the story of a young orphan girl brought up by a Christian couple. When Faith’s adoptive mother dies her father’s mother moves in to look after the family. But Granny resents Faith as she sees her as an outsider and an intruder in the family. Granny is violent, drunk and lazy and strikes out at Faith’s father by telling him he should get rid of Faith, ‘She has no right to the families share of the money.’Faith, takes this very hard and runs away to find a job as a servant girl. At first she has no success in job hunting but one day she goes into a church where there is a service going on. The minister reads out the verse, ‘O ye of little faith, wherefore do you doubt.’ Faith hears the words, ‘Little faith wherefore do you doubt.’ Faith had been feeling that God didn’t care about her but now she believes that these words were a direct message from God to her. She now knows that God does care about her.A lady in the church eventually gives Faith a job as a servant in her household. Some time later Faith decides to return to her family but she finds that the grandmother has died and the family has moved. Faith sets out to try and find them. One day she sees her father in the distance and runs to catch up with him. A family reunion takes place and Little Faith is finally home where she was meant to be.
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Christian Books & Bibles > Literature & Fiction

16. Math Connects, Grade 5, Homework Practice Workbook (ELEMENTARY MATH CONNECTS)

by: McGraw-Hill Education
Release date: Jan 14, 2008
Number of Pages: 128
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The Homework Practice Workbookhelps students practice problems learned in each of the lessons.”
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Children’s Books > Education & Reference > Math

17. Math Connects, Grade 5, Problem Solving Practice Workbook (ELEMENTARY MATH CONNECTS)

by: McGraw-Hill Education
Release date: Jan 18, 2008
Number of Pages: 89
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The Problem Solving Practice Workbookhelps students become better problem solvers by providing frequent opportunities to solve real-world problems.”
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Children’s Books > Education & Reference > Math

18. How to Write a Great Research Paper

by: Leland GrahamIsabelle McCoy
Release date: May 01, 2014
Number of Pages: 64
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Give your students the tools they need to write a great research paper with this handbook from The Literacy Essential Series. “How to Write a Great Research Paper” guides students step-by-step through the research process. Each step is carefully explained, and the handbook includes helpful practice activities, as well as appropriate examples taken from research papers written by middle school students. Don’t let the process of writing a research paper overwhelm your students–watch them become confident writers and thinkers with this new edition of “How to Write a Great Research Paper.”
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19. Malala Yousafzai (True Books)

by: Robin S Doak
Release date: Feb 01, 2015
Number of Pages: 48
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At the age of 11, Malala Yousafzai began writing a blog in support of education for girls in Pakistan. As the blog gained popularity and Yousafzai became famous, she faced opposition from religious extremists who were against womens right to education. Readers will discover how Yousafzai stood her ground against terrorist activists, even after being shot for her beliefs. They will also learn how Yousafzai achieved international recognition and how she continues to support the rights of women in her home country.
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Children’s Books > Biographies > Social Activists

20. Talking Walls: Discover Your World

by: Margy Burns KnightAnne Sibley O’Brien
Release date: Feb 07, 2014
Number of Pages: 64
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If walls could talk, what would they say? Perhaps they would tell us who built them and why. Maybe they could even tell us about people’s lives today or about how our ancestors lived thousands of years ago.

In this book walls really do talk, and oh, the stories they tell.This new edition combines the beloved children’s books Talking Walls and Talking Walls: The Stories Continue. Together, those titles sold more than 170,000 copies. This new edition, thoroughly revised by the author, makes the text more accessible to young readers and English Language Learners and produces a book that is ideal for reading aloud. The back matter includes a world map that helps readers locate the many walls described, as well as additional information about the walls, the places, and the people.

The Talking Walls books have been much honored, including:

  • Top 25 Non-Fiction Children’s Books Boston Globe
  • Children’s Books of Distinction Hungry Mind Review
  • Noteworthy Book from Parallel Cultures: Horn Book
  • Paperback Plum Booklinks
  • Notable Children’s Trade Book in the Social Studies: Children’s Book Council/National Council on the Social Studies
  • Winner of a Mom’s Choice Gold Award — Picture Books category
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Children’s Books > History

21. Beautiful Words: A Dictionary

by: David Tuffley
Release date: Jan 15, 2014
Number of Pages: 74
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As English has evolved over the past 1,500 years, words that were once in common usage have slipped out of usage. Some are delightful, others not so much. This book blows the dust off a thousand delightful words, bringing them to a whole new audience. So if you enjoy words for their own sake, or if you are at all curious about how people talked and wrote when the world was a quite different place, then this book is for you.

Ever since it emerged as a distinct language from the West Germanic dialect spoken by early arrivals to what is now called England around the 5th Century C.E, English has busily absorbed many thousands of words from Ancient Greek and Roman Latin, the Northern Germanic languages of Scandinavia, the French spoken in Normandy, and more recently from countries that were once part of the British Empire (for example India). Most recently, American English has contributed many words to colourfully describe the modern world. The Oxford English Dictionary in 2011 lists over 250,000 words, and that does not include many more technical and slang words.

Use this book like a hungry person might approach a delicious buffet lunch. It deserves to be consumed slowly, savouring the flavours and giving them time to be properly digested.

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22. The Confident Writing Teacher: Cultivating Meaningful Writing in Middle School

by: Shelley Barker
Release date: Sep 06, 2013
Number of Pages: 128
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“If you are currently a member of the teaching profession, it is very likely that you were never taught to write. Shocked? Think about it. Certainly, we wrote, but what did writing instruction look like when you were a kid? Do you remember receiving any? I do not remember being taught to write. My language arts teachers focused on those things that could be measured and counted as right or wrong, like parsing sentences, identifying linking verbs, and making sure those darned participles didn’t dangle.”

If Shelley Barker’s description rings true, then you know that students need more than corrections to thrive as writers. In this practical and uplifting guide, Shelley invites you into her classroom and shares:

  • guidance for nurturing yourself as a writer
  • strategies for building a community of writers in your classroom
  • tools for building lessons and addressing areas of student need
  • models of feedback that motivates writers
  • rubrics that make assessment valuable to students.

“Take what you need from your writing past-the positive experiences, the times when you felt successful, the times when writing made sense to you-and leave the rest-the red ink, the negative or empty comments, the references to your spelling and penmanship,” Shelley says. “We need to produce confident writers who when faced with difficult writing tasks may not know how to begin, but trust that they have the skills and perseverance to find the way.”

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23. Heroes & Villains – Osama bin Laden

by: Bill Loehfelm
Release date: Feb 21, 2003
Number of Pages: 104
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Osama bin Laden spent more than two decades creating himself as a radical leader and terrorist in the Middle East. After the September 11th, 2001 terrorist attacks on the United States, bin Laden came into international focus and became the world’s most wanted man.
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Children’s Books > Growing Up & Facts of Life > Difficult Discussions > Violence

24. The Night the Bells Rang (Puffin Chapters)

by: Natalie Kinsey-WarnockLeslie W. Bowman
Release date: Oct 01, 2000
Number of Pages: 80
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While the adults talk endlessly about the war overseas, Mason fights his own battles at home with a mean bully named Aden. But then Aden surprises Mason with an unexpected act of kindness. Finally, on the night the bells ring-and World War I ends-Mason lays an old enemy to rest. Readers will identify with this timeless story about a boy’s coming-of-age.

“This quiet, affecting coming-of-age story… realistically evoke[s] life in another time and place.” –The Horn Book

Awards for The Night the Bells Rang:

( An American Bookseller “Pick of the Lists”
( A Child Study Children’s Book Committee Children’s Book of the Year

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Children’s Books > Growing Up & Facts of Life > Family Life > Siblings

25. What is Love?

by: Etan BoritzerRobbie Marantz
Release date: Mar 01, 2014
Number of Pages: 40
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What is Love? is the 2nd title in Etan Boritzer’s best selling What is? series of Life Concepts books on character education and social issues. What is Love? is a way for children to discover how we all share many of the same needs and concerns in life, especially the need for love! This book communicates a message of multiculturalism and diversity as the means by which goals of understanding and tolerance can be reached. A sincere yet playful message for appreciating one of life’s tenderest emotions through which children can ponder the total human experience of honest caring and good will.
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Children’s Books > Growing Up & Facts of Life > Difficult Discussions > Prejudice & Racism

26. Willimena Rules! Rule Book #4: How to (Almost) Ruin Your School Play (Bk. 4)

by: Valerie Wilson WesleyMaryn Roos
Release date: Feb 14, 2005
Number of Pages: 112
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When Tina, Willie’s big sister, gets to cast and direct the next school play, Willie assumes that she is a slam-dunk for the lead. Every night Willie dreams of her reviews in the school newspaper: “BRAVO! SPECTACULAR! OUT OF THIS WORLD! A New Star Is Born at Harriet Tubman School and her name is Willimena Thomas!” But Willie’s audition goes south and she is cast as a tree. And without saying a single word, Willie still manages to make the headlines on opening night: “NIGHTMARE ON TUBMAN STAGE! Tap-Dancing Tree Ruins School Play.” Needless to say, Willimena does her best to make things right. But in the process, she makes things worse than Tina could ever imagine.
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Children’s Books > Growing Up & Facts of Life > Friendship, Social Skills & School Life > School

27. Writing Smart Junior: An Introduction to the Art of Writing

by: C.L. Brantley
Release date: Jul 25, 1995
Number of Pages: 224
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A unique collection of writing exercises designed to challenge and stimulate a child’s imagination.
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Children’s Books > Education & Reference > Reading & Writing > Composition & Creative Writing

28. Kids Care!: 75 Ways to Make a Difference for People, Animals & the Environment (Williamson Kids Can! Series)

by: Rebecca OlienMichael Kline
Release date: Sep 01, 2007
Number of Pages: 128
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The immediate goal of Kids Care! is to help children formulate a plan of action to make a difference, and then to help them see the plan through to completion.

* Kids Care about Cats & Dogs: Kids begin with simple pet-oriented projects such as making cat and dog toys, and growing their own catnip or baking (and selling) dog biscuits. Then, it’s on to creating a home pet care service, making “welcome” toys for humane shelters, learning games to play with cats and dogs for their excercise and companionship.

* Kids Care about Wildlife: Simple things kids can do to help animals in their own neighborhoods or backyards including making removable stick-on window art to protect birds, building birdhouses for birds whose habitat is threatened, and grwoing sunflowers for wildlife.

* Kids Care about People: Simple things to help others feel more comfortable in new surroundings, helping older people with day-to-day chores, learning to listen, making cards and small gifts to bring good cheer, helping kids who miss a lot of school, how to hold fundraisers, food and blanket drives.

* Kids Care about Environment: Kids make everything from useful (and funny) recycle bins to door “snakes” and rain catchers.

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Children’s Books > Education & Reference > Reference > Citizenship

29. Background Knowledge: The Missing Piece of the Comprehension Puzzle

by: Douglas FisherNancy Frey
Release date: Aug 05, 2009
Number of Pages: 200
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“Background knowledge is too often neglected in our push to raise test scores, despite the fact that we know background knowledge is a critical component of comprehension. Background knowledge simply has to become an instructional focus if we want to help students make sense of school. We will lose a generation of learners if we don’t act now.”

-Douglas Fisher and Nancy Frey

Why background knowledge?

  • Because the Grapes of Wrath is dry reading if students don’t know about the Dust Bowl.
  • Because the Boston Tea Party is a non-event if students don’t know loyalists from patriots.
  • Because knowing a triangle has 180 degrees isn’t the same as knowing why.

Because content-area comprehension depends on it, you and your students need Background Knowledge.

Douglas Fisher and Nancy Frey help you develop lasting subject-area understanding with ideas for modeling, guided practice, productive group work, and independent work that effectively engage adolescents. You’ll learn to:

  • distinguish incidental knowledge from core background knowledge
  • check students’ understanding prior to a unit with tools such as opinionnaires, interest surveys, and anticipation guides
  • model how to activate and apply prior knowledge so kids can wrestle with new content
  • build up students’ background knowledge through virtual fieldtrips, YouTube, guest experts, and more
  • provide collaborative ways for students to develop expertise, show what they know, and own their learning.

Doug and Nancy also build your background knowledge with multimedia book-study resources at http://www.heinemann.com/backgroundknowledge.

“As teachers our job is not to simply fill students’ heads with facts,” write Doug Fisher and Nancy Frey. “We need to have students manipulate and apply information so that it becomes a permanent understanding.” That’s why the time is now for Background Knowledge.

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30. Firefighting: Behind the Scenes

by: Maria Mudd RuthScott Sroka
Release date: Sep 28, 1998
Number of Pages: 64
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Have you ever awakened to blaring sirens, passed a fire station and paused to look inside, wondered how the trucks, ladders, and hoses work, what happens after a fire is extinguished, or how a person becomes a firefighter? From colonial bucket brigades to the modern technology that allows firefighters to respond to emergencies in seconds, the challenging task of fighting fires is one of the most vital jobs in our communities. This in depth look takes readers behind the fire station doors, beyond the fire line, and into the day-to-day lives of the highly skilled men and women who risk their lives to save people and protect property from the ravages of the nearly 2 million fires that occur in the United States each year. The engaging text and clear color photographs of Firefighting create a detailed and realistic portrayal of this important, dangerous, and rewarding career.
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Children’s Books > Education & Reference > Jobs & Careers

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