By Daniel A. Kriesberg
Celebrating within sight nature and the marvels of our personal backyards, this e-book is helping you introduce kids to the area round them. With caliber kid's literature and straightforward actions, you could domesticate a kid's experience of ask yourself and pleasure and train her or him the significance of residing in concord with nature. those tasks span the curriculum and are provided in reproducible structure, so they are effortless to take advantage of. Highlighting the 5 senses (sight, sound, scent, flavor, touch), they construct connections among scholars and the land and create in younger beginners a feeling of place-a precise necessity for dwelling on the earth at the present time. Grades K-6.
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Extra resources for A Sense of Place: Teaching Children About the Environment with Picture Books
Just as they turn to leave, an eagle dives down and snatches a fish. Jessie writes back explaining all the wonders of the place where she spends her summers. The letter format is a good model for the children to use as a journal entry or an actual letter to a friend or relative about the place in which they live. A good inspiration for a variety of counting books. It is part of a continuing series. The journal excerpts are wonderful models. Each letter is represented by a fact about the caribou' s life.
A bird nest. Moss. An actual animal sighting. A mushroom or fungus. Animal scat. A stick that looks like a letter (besides "l" or "I"). A bird song. Something about which you have a question. Animal bones. A seed. A spiralshaped object. A seed spread by wind or animal. Two stones that fit together. Natural objects to make music. Something unimportant to the forest (there isn't anything). Something you think is interesting. A fun homework assignment is a takehome scavenger hunt. The children can write labels for the items they collect and display.
Where does your garbage go? • What did the place look like 50 years ago? • 100 years ago? • A million years ago? • Which way is north from where you are now? • What was the last natural disaster to effect your area? • What crops are grown in your area? • What are the most pressing environmental problems in your area? • Why is your town where it is? • How does the local geography effect your area? In these places, children first connect to the Earth on their own. By seriously thinking about why these places are special and sharing the place with others, the connection grows even stronger.
A Sense of Place: Teaching Children About the Environment with Picture Books by Daniel A. Kriesberg