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Robin Hill School The Complete Collection
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Tales From Outer Suburbia. As soon as his teacher comes over to him and whispers that he has something special in common with the apples, Michael immediately starts to help his classmates pick apples.
Share this book with your students in pre-k through first grade if you see problems in class with students working together. This book shows a good example of how working together speeds up a process and lessens the amount of work each per In this story Michael does not want to help his classmates pick apples at the orchard. This book shows a good example of how working together speeds up a process and lessens the amount of work each person has to do. Good showing of cooperation.
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Aug 20, Lyndsey Hurm rated it liked it Shelves: math , fall-books. This is a good book to use in a math lesson. You could Tally the amount of each apple that is collected in the story and teach the students about pictographs and tally marks. If a class is taking a field trip to an apple orchard this would also be a good book to read before, after, or both to teach them about the different types of apples.
I may read it and then ask my students to come up with their own ways of picking and collecting apples. Jan 20, Yadira rated it liked it Shelves: i-can-read , math. This is a book is about a class that takes a field trip to pick apples, but one of the little boys does not want to pick any apples.
This book can be used during math. Each child can have a certain amount of apples and they might have to figure out how many baskets they need to distribute the apples evenly. Jan 28, Eugene Magee rated it liked it Shelves: being-social , children-s-books , feelings , friendship , generosity , good-to-teach-colors , math , patience , picture-books , trees. Good book to assist you in teaching numbers and colors.
Also talks about the different types and names of apples. You can also use this book to explain why it is important to be social and have a good attitude towards others. Jan 06, Heather Jo rated it really liked it Shelves: meggie-list. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers.
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About Margaret McNamara. Margaret McNamara. Margaret McNamara is the Christopher Award—winning author of more than two dozen books for young readers, including the Robin Hill School series. The Fairy Bell Sisters series is inspired not only by her love of the classic sisterhood novel Little Women but by her own experiences growing up with older sisters and a baby brother.
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Margaret and her family live in New York City, but they spend part Margaret McNamara is the Christopher Award—winning author of more than two dozen books for young readers, including the Robin Hill School series. Margaret and her family live in New York City, but they spend part of their summer on an island in Maine very much like Sheepskerry Island. Other books in the series.