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  1.   Saving Storks in the Sinai
Guide Index Under and Around the Red Sea Tomb of the Pyramid Builders Science and the Brain Oasis of the Ancestors Saving Storks in the Sinai Ancient Flutes in Egypt SHOW 304: Saving Storks in the Sinai Twice a year, over 450,000 white storks (Ciconia ciconia) migrate from Europe to southern Africa and back again. The trip is arduous, made more difficult by man-made perils like aircraft, power lines, barbed wire, polluted water and...
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    Grade Level: 6-8

  2.   Birds by Inquiry
...with water, and let them try pushing a hand through the water with fingers spread, then with the "webbed feet." Day 3 Show the children a variety of bird pictures. Be sure to include some birds of prey, a hummingbird, and a parrot or other large beaked bird. Water birds such as ducks, pelicans and storks or herons also contribute well to this exercise. Ask them to think about what the birds eat, and what the body structures in the pictures tell about each bird's diet. These questions might be helpful in guiding their thinking: When you want to drink something from a glass, what kind of tool might you put...
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    Grade Level: K-2

  3.   Fables Introduction
...A Funny Dolch Word Book 2 See an excerpt. This book has all of the grade 2 words. A little at a time can get a big job done. So we should start work on a big job right away. (from "The Crow and the Pitcher") Treat others the way you would like to be treated if you were them. (from "The Fox and the Stork") It is best to do today's work today. Don't wait till later. (from "The Ant and the Grasshopper") When we try to hurt others, we hurt ourselves. (from "The Frog and the Mouse") When we want someone to do something, it is best to make them glad to do it. (from "The Wind and the Sun") To stay out of trouble...
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    Grade Level: Pre-K

  4.   GENI - Life on the Edge
...rade , but give him the bland food instead of the candy.) Now we would like to hear from the Weather Person. (Send in villagers, give chief the 1980 decision-making card, make sure the forest is cut for fuelwood, and see that two trees are used to trade for food.) Now we would like to hear from the Stork. (It is 1985. In addition to the tasks listed above, the chief must appoint a person to die and send migrants to the city. Decrease the size of the village by one-third by shortening the yarn.) Now we would like a report on the region. Let's hear from the Reporters. (It is 1991. There are no trees left so...
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    Grade Level: 6-8

  5.   Sayings and Phrases: Do You Mean That Literally?
...ures and print. b. Students will understand the implied and literal meanings of sayings and phrases. c. Students will read, respond to, and discuss a variety of literature such as folk tales, legends, myths, fiction, rhymes and poems, non-fiction, and content-area reading. Materials The Fox and the Stork by Aesop pg. 18 1. 2. Appendix N Checklist for Activities Key Vocabulary None Procedures/Activities 1. Read the fable The Fox and the Stork to the students. Ask the students the following questions: What did the fox do to the stork? How did the stork feel about this? What did the stork do about this? How d...
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    Grade Level: K-2

  6.   BBC - The Magic Key - Teachers Notes - HMS Sweet Tooth
Text Only version Skip to main content of this page Access keys help bbc.co.uk Home TV Radio Talk Schools A-Z Index Search 19 January 2008 Accessibility help Text only BBC Homepage Teachers and Parents Teacher Resources Lug and the Giant Stork - Capital letters Magic Key Home Curriculum relevance How to use the online activity Online lesson plan How to use the printable worksheet Off-line lesson plan Curriculum relevance Adventures Key Skills National Curriculum: Key Stage 1 En2 Reading 1b) sound and name the letters of the alphabet En3 Writing...
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    Grade Level: K-2

  7.   Patterns & Balance
...ou are to carefully go through the first 13 screens. They are, in order - 1. A silvery curve (the St. Louis Arch) 2. A small village with a church 3. A close-up of the church 4. A series of buildings in a town called Rostock, Germany 5. A close-up of the buildings 'framed' by trees 6. A sign with a stork perched on it 7. A close up of the stork 8. Example of LINE 9. " " of SHAPE 10. " " of FORM 11. " " of TEXTURE 12. " " of PATTERN 13. " " of COLOR At this point you should click on the GO TO button in the upper right corner of the screen. You should return to the screen with the Principles button (darkened...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  8.   Good Golly, It's Mali
...sh. You will also see the king and queen. The story will say that these are the ones that had the calabash hidden in the first place. You must read everything on this page. ? At the bottom of this first page there is a sign that reads "next". Click on this sign. A third page appears. You will see a stork holding a piece of the calabash in the top right corner. At the bottom of this page, Anansi says that only one person knows where all six pieces of the calabash are hidden. This last sentence is written as a link. After clicking on this last sentence the scavenger hunt begins. ? You will see Anansi peeping...
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    Grade Level: 3-5

  9.   Habitat Cards
...& map Golden/NP guide & map Golden/NP guide & map National Park map National Park map CARD NUMBER Appendix: Data cards. p. 1. A 25 N, 81 W B Everglades C 1,507,850 acres D panther, opossum Manatee, marsh rabbit, white-tailed deer, = black bear E roseate spoonbill, brown pelican, white ibis, wood stork, flamingo F royal palm, strangler fig, slash pine A 48 N, 93 W B Voyageurs C 218,035 acres D moose, lynx, European hare, gray wolf, wapiti, woodland caribou E common loon, grebe, snowy and boreal owl, Connecticut warbler, least flycatcher F common prickly ash, black hawthorn, Tamarack, yellow birch G glaci...
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    Grade Level: 6-8

  10.   Stork Delivery
...of the data lies below the lower quartile (75% above). Graph types Back-to-back stem-and-leaf: uni-variate data comparison. Box-and-whisker: uni-variate data comparison. Composite bar graphs: uni-variate data comparison. Scatter: bi-variate data comparison. Required Resource Materials: Copymaster 1 Stork Delivery data set (table of data). The data can be printed to use as a data sheet or students can explore the Poster paper if required for the report. Graphics calculators or computer for spread sheeting. Uni-variate comparison Bi-variate comparison Activity: Session 1: Getting Started and Review This sess...
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    Grade Level: 3-8


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