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  1.   Get the Turtle to the Pond
Illuminations: Get the Turtle to the Pond Get the Turtle to the Pond Share | This activity provides opportunities for creative problem solving while encouraging young students to estimate length and angle measure. Using the Turtle Pond Applet, students enter a sequence of commands to help the turtle get to the pond. Children can write...
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    Grade Level: K-2

  2.   Tim the Turtle Takes Two Turns Today
Tim the Turtle Takes Two Turns Today Emergent Literacy Rationale: Phoneme and letter recognition are the two most important factors in a childas reading success. Only, when a child can understand that a phoneme is connected to a symbol o or letter o will they be able to develop their reading skills. Materials: Primary pa...
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    Grade Level: Pre-K

  3.   Ten Turtles Tapping In Time!
Ten Turtles Tapping in Time! Emerging Literacy Rationale: Letter recognition is one of the two best predictors of beginning reading success. It is very important for children to learn to recognize letters in print and to associate them with their corresponding sounds. In this lesson, children will be introduced to th...
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    Grade Level: Pre-K-2

  4.   Timmy the Turtle Goes Tick Tock
Timmy the Turtle Goes Tick Tock Emergent Literacy Design Rationale: With beginning readers, it is necessary that they understand that words are made up of phonemes and that the phonemes are represented by the letters in the word. In order to develop phonemic awareness, children must first be able to identify phonemes in sp...
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    Grade Level: K-2

  5.   Due Process Freedoms Yertle the Turtle Mock Trial
You currently do not have JavaScript enabled in your web browser. The ABA website relies on JavaScript for display purposes. To fully experience the ABA site, please enable javascript. _ _ _ For Schools Grades 4-6: Due Process Freedoms Yertle the Turtle Mock Trial by Gayle Mertz INTRODUCTION Most students are familiar with Dr. Seuss's book Yertle the Turtle. Yertle is the dictatorial and oppressive king of a pond. He decides that his kingdom is too small and demands that the other turtles stand on each other's backs to build a high, then higher, then high...
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    Grade Level: 3-5

  6.   Timothy Turtle
LESSON PLAN by: Dana Zehring and Katelin Harvey Lesson: Timothy Turtle Length: 15-20 minutes nd Age or Grade Intended: 2 Grade Academic Standard(s): 2.3.5 Confirm predictions about what will happen next in a story. Performance Objectives: o After reading part of the story, the students will make predictions 100% of the time asked. o After reading part of the story, the studen...
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    Grade Level: K-2

  7.   Toadstones, Snake Gods, and Divining Turtles
navigation bar Lesson 1 Lesson 2 Lesson 3 Lesson 4 Lesson 5 Resources Herps Home Toadstones, Snake Gods, and Divining Turtles This part of the lesson, focusing on the rich history that people share with herps, reveals the mixed feelings people have always had toward reptiles and amphibians. Objective: Describe some ways herps have been viewed throughout history. Materials: Fact-sheet Herps in History (Reptiles y Anfibios en la H...
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    Grade Level: 3-5

  8.   Comparing Two Turtles
Comparing Two Turtles 5Es Lesson by Sandie Nichols Image from USFWS National Science Standards Content Standard: Level 5-8 Unifying Concepts and Processes > Evolution and equilibrium > Form and function Life Science > Regulation and behavior > Populations and ecosystems > Diversity and adaptations of organisms Background S...
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    Grade Level: 3-8

  9.   Biology and Conservation of Sea Turtles
Go back to previous page Project title or topic of activity Biology and Conservation of Sea Turtles Author(s): Christie Barrett, Jenny Holen, and Beth Karasz Date: Fall semester 2000 Summary of Activity This activity is a two hour-long lesson plan designed to educate 4th and 5th grade students about marine turtles and their conservation. Students will be asked to observe and identify key characteristics...
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    Grade Level: 3-5

  10.   Turtle Toodling
Turtle Toodling Eastern box turtles by Dawn Critchfield Introduction Standards Objectives Activities Assessment Results Resources Start student activities (Homeroom) Introduction To compliment our life science unit, third graders will research details about Box Turtles and their habitats using the internet, docum...
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    Grade Level: 3-5


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