Bookbag: 6 to 8 writing (10 items)
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Avon the snail decides to become a writer with the help of his friend Edward the ant, which leads them into a series of adventures involving close encounters with an anteater, a crow, a tree frog and a hungry fish.
A Junior Library Guild selection.Accelerated Reader/Renaissance LearningIncludes bibliographical references (p. 129) and index.A handbook for the budding cryptographer including codes and ciphers, invisible inks, concealment techniques, spy stories and some history.Nonsecret codes -- Book code -- Dictionary code -- Codetalking -- Pig Latin -- Turkish Irish -- Caesar cipher -- St. Cyr slide -- Keyboard cipher -- Morse code -- Semaphore -- Pigpen cipher -- Rosicrucian cipher -- Date shift cipher -- Greek square cipher -- Greek skytale -- Rail fence cipher -- Route transposition cipher -- Codebreaking -- Early concealment techniques -- Null cipher -- Cardano grille -- Word grille -- Space code -- Playing card code -- Dot cipher -- Line cipher -- Zigzag cipher -- Invisible inks -- Codemakers and codebreakers Hall of Fame.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 32) and index.Ready to build a research report? First, you'll need the right tools. Discover plenty of tips and tools to get you started and soon you'll be collecting facts and writing reports like a pro!
Includes bibliographical references (p. 31) and index.Highlighting -- Using sticky notes -- Tables -- Visual note taking -- Venn diagrams.Presents tools for note-taking for young students. Each chapter includes activities designed to help readers with note-taking.
Includes bibliographical references and index.Segmented into ten subjects, a collection of "poemstarts" provides amusing beginnings to a series of poems and challenges readers to complete the tale in their own special way, enhanced with large text and bold illustrations.
Corduroy shows Lisa that writing letters to express your opinion can make a difference.
A ten-year-old draws and writes about her daily life in the journal she receives for her birthday.
Fourth-grader Katie forgets to read the new book of her favorite author, Nellie Farrow, who comes to class for a discussion, but when Katie turns into Nellie, the presentation seems doomed! Includes a recipe for S'More Bananas.RL: 3.4.