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  1.   The Year of the Rabbit
K-12 Education Home Microsoft HOME Office 2000 In The Classroom Classroom Resources Training Additional Resources School Software Classroom Resources In & Out Of The Productivity In The Classroom Classroom The Year of the Rabbit Online Tutorials Subjects: Language Arts, Social Studies, Science Required Software: Microsoft® Contents Internet Explorer 4.0, Microsoft® Productivity In Encarta 98/99 Encyclopedia Deluxe, The Classroom Microsoft® Word 97/98, Microsoft® Publisher 98 Optional Software: Microsoft® Encarta® 98/99 Virtual Glob...
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    Grade Level: 3-8

  2.   Sitting Rabbit's and Shehek-Shote's Maps
Across the DivideAbout the ExhibitionFor EducatorsResources & Links _ _ Introduction _ Teaching Units & Lesson Plans _ Using Primary Sources Lesson Plan 3, Part 2: Sitting Rabbit's and Shehek-Shote's Maps OBJECTIVES _ Students will: know some of the main characteristics of representative examples of American Indian maps know that map conventions are not universal know that maps can reflect how the mapmaker IMAGE GALLERY conceptualizes his/her physical landscape _ analyze American In...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  3.   Lesson Plan 3, Part 1: Sitting Rabbit's and Shehek-Shote's Maps
Across the DivideAbout the ExhibitionFor EducatorsResources & Links _ _ Introduction _ Teaching Units & Lesson Plans _ Using Primary Sources Lesson Plan 3, Part 1: Sitting Rabbit's and Shehek-Shote's Maps OBJECTIVES _ Students will: know some of the main characteristics of representative examples of American Indian maps know that map conventions are not universal know that maps can reflect how the mapmaker IMAGE GALLERY conceptualizes his/her physical landscape _ analyze American In...
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    Grade Level: K-12

  4.   Dear Peter Rabbit
Dear Peter Rabbit Students will identify formal language and sentence structures in friendly letters. They will use similar formal language and style to create friendly letters to other story book characters. A lesson plan for grade 4 English Language Arts and Information Skills By Caroline Annas, Elizabeth Gibson, and Steph...
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    Grade Level: 3-5

  5.   Rabbit in the Garden!
Rabbit in the Garden! Explore the world of small animal adventures by reading a Beatrix Potter book. Choose a favorite scene or character to illustrate from these children's classics. 1. Read stories by British author and illustrator Beatrix Potter. Get to know her beloved characters. You'll enjoy Peter Rabbit (al...
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    Grade Level: Pre-K-2

  6.   Fast Like a Rabbit
Growing Independence and Fluency Fast Like a Rabbit Rationale: For students to learn to be expert readers, they must be able to read fluently and accurately. This lesson gives students practice with reading fluently. In this lesson, students will increase their fluency by doing one-minute reads with a partner using books on their reading level. Materials: -t...
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    Grade Level: K-12

  7.   Reading Like Rabbits
Growing Independence and Fluency Reading Like Rabbits Rationale: students need to be able to read fluently and proficiently in order to be able to read an adequate amount of material in a certain amount of time. Fluent readers learn to read smoothly, with expression, and fast. If a student is a slow reader, it is likely that he or she will have trouble with r...
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    Grade Level: Pre-K

  8.   Rabbit's Good News Activity
Rabbit's Good News Activity Grade Level(s): K, 1-2 By: Mandy Wallace Introduce students to the signs of spring with this book by Ruth Bornstein. Materials: Rabbit's Good News by Ruth Lercher Bornstein Coffee filters Washable markers plastic cups paper towels clothes pins pipe cleaners Plan: Read the story "Rabbit'...
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    Grade Level: K-12

  9.   Bunny Rabbit
Bunny Rabbit Grade Level(s): Preschool By: Debbie Haren, Preschool Teacher Students design their own bunny mask to follow-up reading the book, Runaway Bunny. Materials: Glue Small ears cut out of pink construction paper straws scissors different colors of tempera paint paint smocks glitter Plan: Read the Runaway Bunny....
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    Grade Level: K-12

  10.   Sequel to Peter Rabbit in the Primary Classroom
Brief Description In this lesson, the class of students will write a class-generated sequel to a story featuring Peter Rabbit (or a bunny theme in a picture book). This will be done with the teacher doing shared/interactive writing with the class. The teacher will create a follow-up activity utilizing Kidspiration for the class to visit at the website called Kidspired Tales and do the concept map created for this lesson. Standards...
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    Grade Level: K-2


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