Teaching Through Trade Books: Beneath Our Feetby: Christine Anne Royce

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This column includes activities inspired by children’s literature. Through the activities in this month’s column, younger students can understand how changes on Earth occur over time and that humans have an impact on Earth systems. Older students can consider Earth’s systems and how we have started to unravel the puzzle of how the Earth’s surface changes over time.

Grades
  • Elementary
Publication Date
4/1/2018

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  • on Sat Apr 14, 2018 11:52 AM

Christine Royce has created an engaging, well-structured lesson based on two trade books. Help your students discover more than the first things they observe. Follow the question: Is there more here that I am seeing? This lesson will take students under the city streets and under the sea to discover what changes the earth's surface over time. A great way to compare human-made changes and natural changes.

Wendi Laurence  (Park City, UT)
Wendi Laurence (Park City, UT)


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