Bridges to Reading, K3: Teaching Reading Skills with by Suzanne I. Barchers
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New York: Holiday House, 1995. Grade levels: 2-3. Bess and her mother work hard as they wait for Bess's father to return from bringing settlers west on the Oregon Trail. When Bess's mother becomes ill and a bill collector informs them that Bess's father owes him $100, Bess decides to try to win a quilt contest at the fair. Bess ties for second place, winning $100, just as her father returns and tells them the debt is already paid. Activities 1. Allow a week or two to read this book aloud. Using a map of the United States, trace the route of the Oregon Trail.
What did they do? Did they find it? How long was it lost? Would their experience make as unbelievable a story as this one? Discuss how authors often use their own experiences when they write. 4. Arrange to visit an airport and board a plane. Interview the guide about how pets are transported. If you can't visit an airport or board a plane, call an airline and ask about the restrictions for pet travel. Many airlines allow one or two small pets per flight to travel with the passengers in the main cabin.
Grade levels: 2-3. When exotic animals must be transported, they often fly. However, they may have individual needs that must be met. For example, gorillas are nervous fliers who spend a lot of time trying to get out of their cages. Dolphins fly in a canvas hammock and receive a continuous shower and massage during the flight. Learn how a variety of animals travel in this fascinating picture book. Activities 1. Ask the students if they have ever flown in a plane. How do they feel on long flights?