Protected: Norman Rockwell – Activity 5 – Making Predictions

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Norman Rockwell – Activity 4 Drawing Conclusions

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Tweet This is part of the Norman Rockwell integration blog series. To gain access to all the blogs in this series, click the tag “Norman Rockwell”. You are encouraged to try out these activities and to comment on the blogs, activities and ideas. You might even find that you can share other ways to integrate […]

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Why Practice Reading Skills Away from Reading?

Tweet This is part of the Norman Rockwell integration blog series. To gain access to all the blogs in this series, click the tag “Norman Rockwell”. ========================================= There are many reasons to bring Norman Rockwell and other artists into your classroom. Here are a three to consider: 1. Reading Skills are Really Real Life Skills […]

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Protected: Norman Rockwell – Activity 3 Storytelling

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Protected: Norman Rockwell – Activity 2 Fact & Opinion

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Norman Rockwell – Introducing Rockwell into Your Classroom

Tweet This is part of the Norman Rockwell integration blog series. To gain access to all the blogs in this series, click the tag “Norman Rockwell”. Norman Rockwell is one of my personal favorites. I love the way he can capture facial expressions, tell a story in one scene and make me stop and think […]

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Protected: Norman Rockwell – Activity 1 Parts of Speech

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Norman Rockwell – Inspiring in the Classroom

Tweet Norman Rockwell, an all-American painter, captures the hearts of so many of us: young and old. He has a realistic sense of humor, a poignant grasp of the human spirit, and an ability to express so much in the expressions of his characters’ faces. In the classroom, his painting can be used to grab […]

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Being a Creative Teacher is OK! – a lesson in Main Idea

Tweet Scripted Teaching – yuck! But is it part of our everyday teaching routine. Our reading and math series are so planned out, that it is rare that I make an actual lesson plan. The editors have given objectives, procedures, warm up activities, enrichment ideas, projects, games, material lists, materials and extra practice, to name […]

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