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A Bear Called Paddington Unit Study Guide - This guide is broken down into chapters and contains many interactive links source

Abuela - by Arthur Dorros. Students imagine what it would be like to fly in their writing response source

Alexander, Who Used to Be Rich Last Sunday - by Judith Viorst (Education Place) source

Alexander, Who Used to Be Rich Last Sunday - Have students practice their math skills by exchanging money as you read the book source

Alistair Underwater - by Marilyn Sadler. A short summary of this book along with a classroom activity source

Amazing Grace - by Mary Hoffman. A short summary of this book along with several classroom activities source

An Edible Alphabet - Grow edible plants in your room or take a field trip to see different foods that grow on trees and vines source

Animals Should Definitely Not Wear Clothing - Lists activities across the curriculum in social studies, p.e., art, math, and science just to name a few source

Annie and the Old One (TeacherCyberguide) - This book ties in very well if you are studing native americans. It provides you with activities that students can use to explore their history and culture source

Annos Counting Book - Have students practice counting objects that are all around them and discuss the seasons source

Antarctic Antics: A Book of Penguin Poems - by Judy Sierra. If youre looking for penguin poems then this is the book for you! A short summary of this book along with several classroom activities source

Apple Picking Time - Includes eight classroom activities and several Web links to use for further ideas source

Armadillo from Amarillo, The - by Lynne Cherry (Education Place) source

Arrow to the Sun - Use this book as an opportunity to study Native American culture in both the past and the present source

Arthurs Pet Business - by Marc Brown. A brief review of this book along with several teacher created activities to use in the classroom source

Baboushka & the Three Kings - by Ruth Robbins (Education Place) source

Bag Im Taking to Grandmas, The - Students can practice choral reading and learn about words that rhyme source

Bamboozled - by David Legge (Education Place) source

Barn Dance! - Focus in on motor skills by having your students square dance. They also have the chance to learn about alliteration source

Bear Family, The - by Dieter Betz (Education Place) source

Beezus and Ramona - by Beverly Cleary (Education Place) source

Bennys Pennies - by Pat Brisson. A brief summary of this book along with classroom activities source

Best Christmas Pageant Ever, The - by Barbara Robinson (Education Place) source

BFG, The - by Roal Dahl (Education Place) source

Big Green Pocketbook, The - by Candice Ransom. Over five activities for this book. Connections include: shopping, goods and services, saving, community workers source

Big,Small,Short,Tall - by Loreen Leedy. A brief summary of this book along with classroom activities. Curriculum connections: opposites and positional words source

Biggest Pumpkin Ever, The - A lesson to use for comprehension, sequencing and making a storyboard source

Blueberries for Sal - A great book when introducing the letter B. Students can construct their own basket and draw pictures of items that begin with the letter B. source

Book That Jack Wrote, The - by John Scieszka (Education Place) source

Bread and Jam for Francis - by Russell Hoban. A Teacher Cyber Guide unit for this book. Many activities and ideas including web links are given source

Bringing the Rain to Kapiti Plain - Use this book to have students practice making predictions. They can also conduct a related science experiment and graph the results source

Bringing the Rain to Kapiti Plain - Use this book to start off a unit on Africa. Topics covered include geography, map skills, and cultural awareness source

Brother Eagle, Sister Sky - by Chief Seattle illustrated by Susan Jeffers (Education Place) source

Bunnicula - by Deborah & James Howe (Education Place) source

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