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by Deborah Murphy,Frank Murphy

eBook Teaching With Favorite Magic Tree House Books download ISBN: 0439332060
Author: Deborah Murphy,Frank Murphy
Publisher: Teaching Resources (December 1, 2003)
Language: English
Pages: 64
ePub: 1324 kb
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Rating: 4.3
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Magic Tree House series was ahead of its time compared to the new Common Core Standards and theories

Magic Tree House series was ahead of its time compared to the new Common Core Standards and theories. This resource goes in the wrong direction but could be useful in other countries. I am developing many new lessons and strategies that match Jack & Annie's adventures to the "Race to the Top" theories. The activities I provide for each book are normally not based on the ideas in the book, but the book is a good starting point when I am really at odds with myself over what type of activity to provide. 26 people found this helpful.

The Magic Tree House books are such an excellent series for young kids that I want to pull as much from them as I ca. Rovin-Murphy, D. & Murphy, F. (2003).

The Magic Tree House books are such an excellent series for young kids that I want to pull as much from them as I can. My son and I read one or two of these books in a single sitting, and he retains a lot of the information. With this guide I hope to expand on his retention. New York: Scholastic Inc. Citation by Rachel Vessels.

by Deborah Murphy and Frank Murphy. Motivate kids to learn about the features of fiction and non-fiction with the series they love--the Magic Tree House books. Includes tips on planning a series study, journal-writing activities that help kids distinguish the "real" from the "fantasy," lessons that explore character, plot, and setting, and extensions in science and art.

Deborah Murphy, Frank Murphy. by Deborah Murphy, Frank Murphy. Published December 1, 2003 by Teaching Resources.

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Motivate kids to learn about the features of fiction and nonfiction with the series they’re mad about—the Magic Tree House Books! This idea-packed book includes tips on planning a series study, journal-writing activities that help kids distinguish “real” from “fantasy,” lessons that explore character, plot, and setting, and extensions in social studies, science, and art. Plus, vocabulary-builders, literature response reproducibles, book links, and ideas for using the companion nonfiction Research Guides! For use with Grades 2-3.
Comments: (7)
Nikobar
This teaching guide was instrumental in the success of the "Literature Circle" provided by the public elementary school where I live. As the teacher and I read the various Magic Tree House books to the children we were able to compliment the reading with wonderful activities provided by this book. The activities allowed for excitement to build in each child which motivated and engaged them during each lesson. Truly a wonderful tool to have while working with the Magic Tree House series.

With the success of this endeavor, I researched more and found that Scholastic offers teaching guides for other classic or chapter books as well. What an opportunity to make learning more enjoyable!
Nekora
One of my favorite resource books!
Kerry
Magic Tree House series was ahead of its time compared to the new Common Core Standards and theories. This resource goes in the wrong direction but could be useful in other countries. I am developing many new lessons and strategies that match Jack & Annie's adventures to the "Race to the Top" theories.
Nawenadet
I was a little disappointed that the workbook was missing the last few pages. It didn't say that it was missing pages in the description.
Mazuzahn
My child and I are great fans of the Magic Tree House series written by Mary Pope Osborne. They are written at a level where my oldest can read them to us, yet I can also use them as a read aloud. The book are engaging, entertaining and educational. Add in the corresponding resource guides and you have an excellent resource for history and science.

I am not, however, quite as enchanted with Teaching With.... This book covers books 1-28 of the series, categorized into "clusters" of 4 books. Each book has three activities that I found very weak and most appropriate for classroom "busywork". Several of the lessons include a reproducible worksheet for vocabulary reinforcement. A reproducible generic passport is provided for students to record notes about each book.

Perhaps the greatest strength of this book is that it encouraged me to provide cooperative opportunities for my support group based on the books. I do not, however, use this book for the most part. I have gleaned the idea of the passport, but I do not use the one provided in the book. The activities I provide for each book are normally not based on the ideas in the book, but the book is a good starting point when I am really at odds with myself over what type of activity to provide.
Dikus
I have found this book to be a valuable addition to my classroom. I have used and/or adapted a number of the ideas and plan to use almost every idea in my classroom this year. I teach second and third grade and find the ideas acceptable for all my students.
Malann
Exploring variuos historical influences, language and nonverbal customs. traveling to many countries and creating a new world of imagination for young readers.
Took awhile for this book to show up but I use it often in my classroom, good and easy lesson ideas.