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A Bookbag of the Bag Ladies Best: Resources, Ideas, and Hands-on Activities for the K-5 Classroom
A Bookbag of the Bag Ladies Best: Resources, Ideas, and Hands-on Activities for the K-5 Classroom
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A Bookbag of the Bag Ladies' Best: Resources, Ideas, and Hands-on Activities for the K-5 Classroom

Are you a creative teacher or notice that there's more to teaching than the rigor of skills and core instruction? Have you wondered what the missing piece is that would allow students to be a member of a team, apply standards in a creative way, and learn skills hands-on? Start here with A Bookbag of the Bag Ladies Best and add hands-on pizazz to your teaching. Encourage interactive learning and motivate your K-5 students with projects that use everyday recycled items like file folders, CDs, and hair ties. This revised edition of A Bookbag of the Bag Ladies Best gives you step-by-step directions, drawings, blackline masters, and photographs for numerous classroom projects. It has everything you need to build thematic units geared toward your own curriculum. Best of all, you can be sure that these activities work. The Bag Ladies have tested each and every one in their very own classrooms.

 
ISBN978-1-4966-0836-9
Text TypeInformational Text
SubjectProfessional Development
Page Count184
Copyright2017
SeriesMaupin House
Paperback
Price
$23.95
 


 
 
Karen Simmons

Karen Simmons

Karen Simmons has taught every grade except kindergarten during her 28-year career. She holds a gifted certification and has also taught inclusion SLD classes in Palm Beach County, where she now teaches a second grade gifted class. Karen has been nominated for the Dwyer Award and the Florida Teacher of the Year twice, and she has received the "I Make a Difference" award in teaching sponsored by Channel 12 in West Palm Beach, Florida, and the Palm Beach Post (1998-99).

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