Educators looking for diverse ways to reach 3-5 grade students may find our Educator Guides and activities page an excellent resource. Each beautifully illustrated book comes with a variety of detailed lessons to engage students while meeting Next Generation Science Standards. Click on the links below to access the Educator Guides.
In this graphic novel, we follow the journey of a Rock Pigeon through New York City and beyond, as he discovers and interacts with superhero birds, The Winged Heroes. Readers discover a blend of fantasy and reality in the stories…
Eavesdropping on Elephants
Featuring 10 activities that target national science, English, mathematics, and art education standards for grades 3-6, the teacher guide is a fun and interactive way to help students better understand Eavesdropping on Elephants: How Listening Helps Conservation by Patricia Newman.
On Meadowview Street
Join Caroline in habitat exploration in your own neighborhood with these excellent student activities. Get to know your local habitat!
Animals in Flight
Explore bird flight and migration with a series of activities to go along with Animals in Flight, written by Steve Jenkins and Robin Page. Students will develop a better understanding of migration while meeting science standards.
Flute’s Journey: THE LIFE OF A WOOD THRUSH
Learn about migration by following Flute’s journey to Costa Rica. Educators can use these free additional resources to pair with the book to develop an engaging unit.
An Eagle’s Feather
Combine the book with these free book activities. Content includes a fun mix of articles, videos and sounds! Activities can be adapted to grades K-5th.