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Modern Curriculum Press "Plaid" Phonics celebrates over 50 years of successfully helping more than 55 million children learn to read. Its proven scope and sequence, along with the abundance of practice, review, and application of skills, ensures comprehensive coverage and supports best practices in phonics instruction.
Spelling Workout has all the components you need to lead students from simple sound-letter relationships to more complex spelling patterns. Students learn spelling skills based on phonics through unique, cross-curricular reading passages, practice, and high-interest writing activities. Packed with flexible lessons, motivating activites, including fun riddles and puzzles, this dynamic program leads students to spelling success!
The Sails Literacy Series is the perfect resource for shared, guided and independent reading and writing. The engaging visuals and content will motivate your students to read for pleasure and for information.
Build your classroom libraries with these curated sets of curriculum-focused books to support student inquiry and learning. Kids are naturally curious - they have so many of questions as they figure out themselves and the world they live in. Text Sets are a great way to feed their curiosity and help kids find answers to their questions. These text sets will help you stock your classroom library with books that:
This series is designed to offer readers colourful, exciting, and engaging books that highlight many aspects of Canada and the Canadian experience. Each set of ten books has been carefully developed to meet the interests and reading needs of young Canadian readers. They share glimpses of Canada from places, to animals, activities, and events. The whimsy, variety, and beauty of our country will come alive for the reader. Children will gain a sense of the diversity and richness of Canada as they explore the unusual, familiar, and extraordinary.
Mental health has become a vital concern in our schools and communities. We understand better than ever that positive mental health is foundational to academic achievement, effective life skills, and overall well-being. Positive mental health encompasses ALL students and supports the goals of prevention, inclusion, compassionate support, and healthy development. The Well Aware series is designed to help teachers meet these goals by integrating mental health literacy into their literacy program.
Pearson Canada is pleased to partner with Teacher Created Materials to bring their world-class resources to Canadian schools.
The 3rd edition of the best-selling one-on-one, comprehensive assessment to determine students' independent and instructional reading levels on the F&P Text Level Gradient™.
The Fountas & Pinnell Leveled Literacy Intervention System (LLI) is a small-group, supplementary intervention system designed for children who find reading and writing difficult. LLI is designed to bring children quickly up to grade-level competency—in 14 to 18 weeks on average.
Self-confident students tend to face situations head-on and be risk takers. They see a purpose in their learning and view learning in a positive light. Mon réseau, ma vie is designed to empower students with confidence in learning and using French. The program is function-driven and based on purposeful, action-oriented tasks set in a variety of authentic contexts, which students face in their daily lives.
Developed for Adolescent Learners Taking Core French, Mon réseau, ma vie features authentic texts that help students engage in relevant, meaningful communication in French.
Une nouvelle série de littératie nivelée et inspirée par l’identité canadienne et sa diversité, conçue pour les classes d’immersion, de la 1re à la 4e année
Faites découvrir à vos élèves le Canada d’aujourd’hui, son paysage géographique, sa population et ses perspectives sociologiques !
Dr. Katy Arnett sets the context and establishes the conversation about student learning needs and inclusive education in second language classrooms. Informed by current research and theory, the range of practical strategies in this book will help you support your students’ diverse learning needs. You will also find simulations that will help you experience the challenges faced by some students, as well as dozens of language-based activities that have been differentiated for immediate classroom use.
New Modules created from the existing BC Socials Resources to address the New Grade 8 Socials Curriculum in British Columbia.
If you’re a new teacher or new to writing workshop, A Teacher’s Guide to Getting Started with Beginning Writers will show you in clear and simple terms what to do to establish a routine for writing in your classroom, offering you vision, insight, and practical support. If you’re an experienced workshop teacher, Katie and Lisa will help you imagine new possibilities.
In A Teacher’s Guide to Writing Conferences, Carl Anderson explains the underlying principles and reasons for conferring with students, and how to make writing conferences a part of your daily routine. With clear and accessible language, Carl guides you through the three main parts of a writing conference, and shows you the teaching moves and intentional language that can be used in each one.
Beyond the media’s focus on symptoms and disorders, we are seeing a shift toward understanding that developing positive mental health is foundational to academic achievement, effective life skills, and overall well-being for all students. This book provides you with the research-based evidence, practical tools, and ready-to-use strategies to help create a culture of positive mental health in your classroom. It reveals how, by working together, teachers and the larger educational community can make a difference to a student’s mental health.
Author Cathy Marks Krpan believes that through competency-based learning, students and teachers alike can deepen their mathematical understanding and share and impart that knowledge in and out of the math classroom. Teaching Math With Meaning takes a practical approach to embedding this deep learning in K to Grade 8 mathematics classrooms.
In this unique resource, teachers can watch, listen and read about the strategies and underlying key ideas that children use to solve problems. That’s because this is not just a book, but also an eText with 50+ narrated videos.
Author and researcher, Alex Lawson, tells the story of a group of students she interviewed and videotaped over several years. Through her narrative and video, you witness strategies and key ideas develop over time.
Research shows that children with good spatial skills perform better in mathematics overall. This research-based resource is a unique blend of professional learning and classroom activities.
Distinguished Research Professor at York University and Past President of the Council for Early Child Development, Dr. Shanker leads us through an exploration of the five major domains—what they are, how they work, what they look like in the classroom, and what we can do to help students strengthen in that domain.
Children, especially young children, are just beginning to understand and manage their behaviours and emotions. As teachers, you are already developing these self-regulation skills in your classroom. Parents can also help their child learn these valuable abilities and skills. That’s why we developed Calm, Alert, and Ready to Learn, a booklet that provides information, tips, and strategies on self-regulation. It is based on a best-selling book Calm, Alert, and Learning: Classroom Strategies for Self-Regulation, written by Dr. Stuart Shanker.