Grades 3 and 4: Theme: Yesterday

3th Grade Theme Book: Sarah Plain & Tall


3th Grade Official Supplemental Books

  • Snowflake Bentley by Jacqueline Briggs Martin. Houghton Mifflin Co., 1998.
  • Sarah Plain and Tall (DVD). Hallmark Hall of Fame, 1999.
  • “The Warm Church” from Windows of Heaven by Patricia A. Habada, Sally J. McMillan, Blossom Engen, Frances Blahovich, Mitzi J. Smith. Adventist Life Reading Series Level 8. The Department of Education General Conference of Seventh-day Adventists, 1987.

3th Grade Other Supplemental Books

What other books do you use with Sarah Plain & Tall? Please share here. This could include books for students or teacher resource books.
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Technology Ideas

  • Connect to another class via Skype and share (show & tell) your antique collection with each other. Have students share what they liked about the book.
  • Create a multimedia presentation about the prairie animal.

Websites


"In Real Life" Ideas

Non-technology ideas, field trips, author/expert visits, community resources and ideas, etc.

  • Visit an Amish settlement
  • In rural America there are many events such as tractor pulling or horse pulling which will show the children how work was done "Yesterday"

Lesson Plans

  • Class written lesson plans will be added here.

Learning Center Plans

  • Class written learning center plans will be added here.



4th Grade Theme Book: The Cabin Faced West


4th Grade Official Supplemental Books

  • Schoolyard Games by Bobbie Kalman and Heather Levigne. Crabtree Publishing Co., 2000.

4th Grade Other Supplemental Books

What other books do you use with The Cabin Faced West? Please share here. This could include books for students or teacher resource books.
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Technology Ideas


Websites


"In Real Life" Ideas

Non-technology ideas, field trips, author/expert visits, community resources and ideas, etc.
  • Write here

Lesson Plans

  • Class written lesson plans will be added here.

Learning Center Plans

  • Class written learning center plans will be added here.


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