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Full STEAM Ahead: Integrating literacy and STEAM

STEAM and literacy go hand in hand guiding student inquiry and encouraging critical thinking skills. Learn more about connecting literacy across your STEAM curriculum with TeachingBooks.net.   Learn how Gail Jarrow’s curiosity and real-world thinking skills inspire her to write about deadly diseases with her TeachingBooks.net Guest Blog Post.      Encourage students to use visual […]

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Guest Blogger: Steve Jenkins

It’s difficult, even for adults, to wrap one’s head around the fact that the elephant can weigh 22,000 pounds. So I included a simple infographic, a small silhouette of each animal, alongside another of an adult human (or a human hand, if the animal was small).






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Guest Blogger: Gail Jarrow

Blistery red rashes and hallucinations, lethal germs in food, flea bites that kill— these are all subjects that have captured my attention, and I hope will grab readers’ attention, too. Intriguing medical stories speak to my background in zoology, an interest in history, and experience teaching middle school science. As an author, I get to […]






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Contests and Giveaways | June 2015

Each month we feature free and enjoyable book contests and giveaways! We hope you will enjoy the following opportunities as well as the author and book resources available via TeachingBooks.net.   Win a free copy of RAIN FOREST COLORS (Elementary) Yellow spiders! Blue butterflies! Green lizards! Get little kids started on learning with a color concept book that […]

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