Sunday, July 7, 2013

New guide for Portia's Incredible Journey 2013

Review by two educators

Relates well to the new Common Core Standards
By Connie Carpenter on March 26, 2013
This teacher's guide relates very well to the new Common Core Standards that are currently being adopted by California schools. The vocabulary puzzles were a favorite with my third graders, and it was exciting to hear the students actually cheer when I passed out their homework!

Educator's comment
By G. Bassett on January 28, 2013
There have been many teacher guides that accompany children's novels, however the teacher's guide that goes with Portia's Incredible Journey will fast become a teacher's best friend. Emma Price has thoroughly researched and included meaningful activities in her 61 page teacher's guide. She has included various critical thinking level questions to use before, during and after reading that will motivate students to read and the guide is very convenient for teachers to use.


JoyCie said...

I enjoyed reading your introduction. I

JoyCie said...

I enjoyed reading your introduction. I

Marianne Kearns said...

"This finite existence is only a test, son," God Almighty sed to me in my coma. "Beyond thy earthly tempest is where you'll find corpulent eloquence" (paraphrased). Lemme tella youse without d'New Joisey accent...

I actually saw Seventh-Heaven when we died: you couldn't GET any moe curly, extravagantly-surplus-lush Upstairs when my beautifull, brilliant, bombastic girl passed-away at 17.

Find-out where we went on our journey far, far away like the symbiotically, synonyMOUSEs which creep across thy brain bringing U.S. together done in sardonic satires.

"Those who are wise will shine as brightly as the expanse of the Heavens, and those who have instructed many in uprightousness as bright as stars for all eternity" -Daniel 12:3

Here's also what the prolific, exquisite GODy sed: 'the more you shall honor Me, the more I shall bless you' -the Infant Jesus of Prague.

Go git'm, girl. You're incredible.
See you Upstairs...
I won't be joining'm in the nasty Abyss where Isis prowls

PS Need some uncommon, unique, uncivilized names? Lemme gonna gitcha started:

Oak Woods, Athena Noble, Autumn Rose, Faith Bishop, Dolly Martin, Willow Rhodes, Cocoa Major, China Stone, Bullwark Burnhart, Magnus Wilde, Kardiak Arrest, Will Wright, Goldy Silvers, Sophie Sharp, Gloria Hood, Violet Snow, Lizzy Roach, BoxxaRoxx, Aunty Dotey, Romero Stark, Zachariah Neptoon, Turkey Yankee, Mercurio Morrissey, Fritz & Felix Yates (<-- brothers, Czech republic near Germany), Mortimer Victor, Isabella Kennedy, Redding Rust...

God blessa youse
-Fr. Sarducci, ol SNL

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