Item description for Theme Pockets - November (Make Books With Pockets) by Michelle Noble Barnett, Evan-Moor Educational Publishers & Marilyn Evans...
Overview With the the Theme Pockets series, you can enliven every month of the year with fun, exciting learning projects that students can proudly present in a unique book format. Each of the 12 titles has three engaging themes with lots of writing and art
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Studio: Evan-Moor Educational Publishers
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 10.93" Width: 8.55" Height: 0.27" Weight: 0.64 lbs.
Release Date Mar 31, 1999
Publisher Evan-Moor Educational Publishers
Grade Level Grade School
Series Make Books With Pockets
ISBN 155799708X ISBN13 9781557997081 UPC 023472005946
Availability 0 units.
More About Michelle Noble Barnett, Evan-Moor Educational Publishers & Marilyn Evans
Norris began teaching in a first-grade classroom at the University of Northern Colorado Laboratory School. He varied teaching career has spanned grades PreK through 8. She has directed a preschool program, been a remedial reading specialist, and acted as a district science resource trainer. Following twenty years of classroom experience in Colorado, Texas, North Carolina, and California, she continues to be active in staff development.
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Reviews - What do customers think about Theme Pockets - November?
Fun! Oct 16, 2007
Although this product was developed with classroom teachers in mind, I have found it a great supplement to my daughter's homeschool studies. Every so often, we take a week out of our normal schedule and do one of the Evan-Moor Theme Pockets.
The November book contains the instructions to make three pocket books: Native Americans, the Food Pyramid and Thanksgiving. The instructions are very detailed and easy to follow. My daughter really enjoys doing the crafts. The finished product is impressive and students can really learn a lot, especially if you utilize the bibilography and add in supplementary books from the library.
I rated the November volume of Theme Pockets 4 stars out of five because I felt the projects in the Food Pyramid pocket book were a bit lacking in creativity. A worksheet, which is the sole component of the vegetable group's pocket, isn't very exciting. The Thanksgiving and Native American books, however, are outstanding.