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  1.   Bluebirds
Bluebirds (Grade K ) Master Teacher Phillip Dean Time Allotment Two 45-minute lessons Overview In this lesson, students will learn about bluebirds by exploring Internet content related to bluebirds. Students will observe the size, color and sounds of bluebirds. Students will view pictures of bluebirds in different sta...
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    Grade Level: K-12

  2.   Estimate, Solve and Check
...hill in the woods. One of the boys went down the hill 17 times. The other boy went down the hill 12 times. How many times did they go down the hill altogether? 6. My mother bought 36 doughnuts at the grocery store. My friends came over and ate 7 of them. How many doughnuts are left? 7. 11 beautiful bluebirds landed in the park yesterday. Suddenly, some more joined them. In all there were 20 bluebirds in the park. How many bluebirds joined the first ones? 8. The circus clown had a handful of 28 balloons. He let go of some of them and they floated away. Now he has 16 in his hand. How many did he lose? 9. My father...
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    Grade Level: K-12

  3.   Teacher's guide - Lesson 7
Teacher's Guide Bugs, Beavers, Birch Trees, and Bluebirds GRADE LEVEL: K-4 SUBJECTS: Science, Art, Math, Language Arts SKILLS: observing, gathering information, reading, communication OBJECTIVE: Students will learn that in the forest, and in all of nature, there are millions of living things and that each one has a unique role to play. BACKGROUND: How many types of...
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    Grade Level: K-5

  4.   Longfellow's The Poet's Tale: The Birds of Killingworth
...nd building sing Those lovely lyrics, written by His hand, Whom Saxon Caedmon calls the Blitheheart King; When on the boughs the purple buds expand, The banners of the vanguard of the Spring, And rivulets, rejoicing, rush and leap, And wave their fluttering signals from the steep. The robin and the bluebird, piping loud, Filled all the blossoming orchards with their glee; The sparrows chirped as if they still were proud Their race in Holy Writ should mentioned be; And hungry crows assembled in a crowd, Clamored their piteous prayer incessantly, Knowing who hears the ravens cry, and said: "Give us, O Lord, this d...
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    Grade Level: 6-8

  5.   These Maps Are For The Birds - NYS Dept. of Environmental Conservation
...Are For The Birds" worksheet in class. 4. See Resources for links to more information about birds included in this lesson. Assessment: Have students share answers to worksheet questions, or collect and grade sheets. Select other Breeding Bird Atlas maps for students to analyze. Suggestions: eastern bluebird, upland sandpiper, red-bellied woodpecker, and double-crested cormorant. Answers: 1. evening grosbeak 2. common tern 3. Bicknell's thrush 4. black vulture 5. bald eagle 6. Carolina wren 7. whip-poor-will 8. mute swan 9. ring-necked pheasant 10. wild turkey increasing due to more forest cover and release by hu...
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    Grade Level: 3-8

  6.   What's In a Noun: Grammar and Usage
...e: ____ Date: ____ Correct the following sentences. 1. Everglades National Park is a swamp it is in Florida 2. have you ever visited a swamp 3. He was an american who loved nature and wildlife 4. He went with his dog stickeen 5. The Colorado Rockies are exciting majestic and rugged 6. You might see bluebirds hawks owls or meadowlarks 7. Yes Mr. Stone it is. 8. Do you like the idea fred? 9. it produces extreme heat agreed Tony 10. Tony responded volcanic steam can run a power plant Fifth Grade, What's in a Noun: Grammar and Usage 2002 Colorado Unit Writing Project 41 APPENDIX I (1), page two Write these groups of...
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    Grade Level: 3-5

  7.   The Great Plains: From Grassland to Dust Bowl and Depression
...s. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 1961. Sherow, James Earl. Watering the Valley. Lawrence, KS: University Press of Kansas, 1990. Stegner, Wallace. Beyond the Hundredth Meridian: John Wesley Powell and the Second Opening of the West. New York: Penguin Books, 1992. Stegner, Wallace. Where the Bluebird Sings to The Lemonade Springs: Living and Writing in the West. New York: Penguin Books, 1992. Udall, Stewart L. The Quiet Crisis and the Next Generation. Salt Lake City: Gibbs-Smith Publisher, 1988. U.S. Department of the Interior, Geological Survey, Eros Data Center, Sioux Falls, SD 57198. Waldman, Carl. Atl...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  8.   "Native American Legends, Folk Stories and Tales"
...down from generations and many have to do with why things are or how they were created. There are many stories about how everything came to be and I am going to share with you a few stories that were told. I hope you enjoy them as much as I do. http://www.jacksonville.net/~grywolf/nastories.htm The Bluebird and Coyote *Pima tribe The bluebird was once a very ugly color. But there was a lake where no river flowed in or out, and the bird bathed in it four times every morning for four mornings. Every morning it sang: There's a blue water, it lies there. I went in. I am all blue. On the fourth morning it shed all it...
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    Grade Level: 6-8

  9.   The "Nuts and Bolts" of Taxonomy and Classification
...a hierarchic classification. Such terms as species, genus, family, and order designate categories. A category is an abstract term. The organisms placed in these categories are concrete zoological objects. Organisms, in turn, are not classified as individuals, but as groups of organisms. Words like "bluebirds" or "thrushes" refer to such groups. These are the concrete objects of classification. Any such group of populations is called a taxon if it is considered distinct to be worthy of being formally assigned to a definite category in the hierarchic classification. Categories, which designate rank in a hierarchy,...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  10.   Bluebird Boxes
Assessment Rubrics are used to assess birdhouse building, oral presentation, graphs, and charts. Author Melissa La Barre, St. Peter's School, Plattsburgh, NY Duration On-going Description Objective: Students will track the lives of area bluebirds, graph local and national populations via the Internet, and gain knowledge of environmental effects on the bluebird. Activity: Students take part in a nationwide program to raise awareness and concern for endangered bluebirds. Students work in correlation with the National Bluebird Society and a lumber compa...
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    Grade Level: 3-5


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