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- Available Lessons: 174
- Average Lesson Length: 8 min
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Course SummarySuccessfully teach your students about animals in children's books using this lesson plans and teacher resource course at your convenience. All of the materials included here are written by experienced teachers and can be accessed at any time on your mobile phone, tablet or computer.
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- Comprehensive test covering all topics
- Detailed video explanations for wrong answers
About This Course
Use this helpful course, and the lesson plans, activities and resources included in it, to refresh your curriculum or design your instruction for the first time. Here you'll find lesson plans for books about fish, sharks, animals, insects, birds, dogs, the zoo, monsters and more. The short and engaging video lessons average 8 minutes, so teachers can quickly apply the material to their curricula.
How It Works
The chapters included here each contain lesson plans according to a specific type of children's book or animal, making it easy for you to review only the information that you need. Our lesson plans are comprised of concise videos and lessons to assist in in the teaching process. Additionally, the lesson quizzes and chapter tests help to assess your students' grasp of this material.
We've included the following resources in this chapter:
- Lesson plans on a variety of different kinds of animals in children's books
- Short videos to engage your students and allow you to bring technology into the classroom
- Printable lesson transcripts that can be used as-is or modified as handouts
- Lesson quizzes and chapter tests for student assessment
- Teacher resources for use when teaching books about animals
How It Helps
- Creates confidence: Knowing that the lessons and activities on animal children's books you're teaching meet standards will give you confidence as you lead your students in the classroom.
- Offers flexibility: Use these lesson plans and resources to customize your curriculum and easily create group projects, book report topics, discussion questions and more.
- Saves time: When you use this course to create your curriculum on animals in children's books, you can use the time you save to complete other important teaching tasks.
This course provides teacher resources on the following topics:
- Animals in picture books
- Insect, fish and shark picture books
- Picture books about birds
- Zoo and monster picture books
- Teaching books about animals and dogs
- Children's books about frogs and toads
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