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by Cindy Guinn,Karen Simmons

  • Author: Cindy Guinn,Karen Simmons
  • ISBN: 092989541X
  • ISBN13: 978-0929895413
  • ePub: 1630 kb | FB2: 1479 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Schools & Teaching
  • Publisher: Maupin House (January 1, 2013)
  • Pages: 208
  • Rating: 4.6/5
  • Votes: 494
  • Format: doc lrf lrf lit
Bookbag of the Bag Ladies Best (Maupin House) ePub download

Karen Simmons has taught every grade except kindergarten during her 28-year career. I have been wanting this book for a very long time. The "Bag Ladies" use bags, baggies, and other materials in clever ways. The book is full of actual samples that you can follow.

Karen Simmons has taught every grade except kindergarten during her 28-year career. She holds a gifted certification and has also taught inclusion SLD classes in Palm Beach County, where she now teaches a second grade gifted class. Karen has been nominated for the Dwyer Award and the Florida Teacher of the Year twice, and she has received the "I Make a Difference" award in teaching sponsored by Channel 12 in West Palm Beach, Florida, and the Palm Beach Post (1998-99).

I think this book would be better for a math club, or working with a small group of students. Bookbag of the Bag Ladies Best (Maupin House) Paperback. This could easily turn into a daunting task for 25+ students. Plus, I didn't feel the pay off (learining) of the activity was worth the time it would take, in many cases. Aside from the activities themselves, the book looks like it was made on a home-computer.

A Bookbag of the Bag Ladies Best: Resources, Ideas, and Hands-on Activities for the K-5 Classroom (Maupin House). by Karen Simmons and Cindy Guinn.

Awesome idea! How to twist electric wire together!

Encourage interactive learning and motivate your K-5 students with projects that use everyday recycled items like file folders, CDs, and hair ties

Encourage interactive learning and motivate your K-5 students with projects that use everyday recycled items like file folders, CDs, and hair ties. It has everything you need to build thematic units geared toward your own curriculum. Best of all, you can be sure that these activities work

Cindy and Karen Simmons started the Bag Ladies in 1993. Both believe in the value of keeping teachers excited and full of creative ideas. Since then, they have created 13 thematic units and presented make-n-take manipulative workshops in schools and at conferences in Florida.

Cindy and Karen Simmons started the Bag Ladies in 1993. Their easy and inexpensive make-n-takes give teachers inexpensive and fun tools to create integrated thematic units.

Coauthors & Alternates.

Math, Manipulatives, & Magic Wands: Manipulatives, Literature Ideas, and Hands-on Math Activities for the K-5 Classroom (Maupin House). by Cindy Guinn, Karen Simmons. Coauthors & Alternates. Learn More at LibraryThing. Cindy Guinn at LibraryThing.

Encourage interactive learning and motivate your K-5 students with projects that use everyday recycled items like file folders, CDs, and hair ties

Encourage interactive learning and motivate your K-5 students with projects that use everyday recycled items like file folders, CDs, and hair ties. Best of all, you can be sure that these activities work

The Bag Ladies, also known as Karen Simmons and Cindy Guinn are classroom teachers who present .

The Bag Ladies, also known as Karen Simmons and Cindy Guinn are classroom teachers who present Make 'n Take workshops and create hands-on projects for each of . .heir 17 thematic units for grades K-6. Both Karen and Cindy have been nominated for numerous educational awards. They have also published 17 thematic units and have two books: "A Bookbag of the Bag Ladies Best" and "Math, Manipulatives, and Magic Wands". A new book is coming soon: Bags, Boxes, Buttons, and Beyond".

A Bookbag of the Bag Ladies’ Best: Resources, Ideas and Hands-on Activities for the K-5 .

Ever wanted to put together a really fabulous thematic unit but didn't know where to begin? Start here with A Bookbag of the Bag Ladies' Best and add hands-on pizzazz to your thematic units! Encourage interactive learning and motivate your K-5 classes with projects that use everyday items, like cereal boxes, newspapers, and CD cases. A Bookbag of the Bag Ladies' Best gives you step-by-step directions, drawings, blackline masters, and photographs for forty-eight classroom projects all you need to build thematic units geared toward your own curriculum. Best of all, you can be sure the projects work; the Bag Ladies have tested each and every one in their own elementary classrooms. So dive in! Become an honorary Bag Lady! Learn Bag Lady techniques, and you'll understand why students say that Bag Lady classrooms are fun places to learn. Named Product of the Week in Teaching K-8, February 2001
Andronrad
They use every day things like CD cases, paper bags and more in ways I never could have guessed. Unique.
Winasana
I have been wanting this book for a very long time. The "Bag Ladies" use bags, baggies, and other materials in clever ways. The book is full of actual samples that you can follow. Love it!!!
Xor
This is a must have resource for any teacher. The projects are easy to follow and extremely useful in the classroom. These projects have brought the life back into my classroom as well as helping to keep my students organized and engaged. Each project has a picture in the book to show you what the finished project should look like. I found this very helpful. The materials you need for the projects are very reasonable to purchase or can be gotten for free from local vendors. Not only are these great for the curriculum but they are also "green" in that these clever teachers have used recycled cd cases, bags, etc. to make these wonderful additions to your classroom. I highly recommend this book for all teachers whether they have just started teaching or are veterans. The children love the projects and you will too. I hope they write many more books to keep teachers and students stimulated.
Samardenob
One of the most truly useful books to come along in a long time. This book needs to be in the hands of every elementary teacher. The ideas are useful, practical and easy to implement. Once more, all of the suggestions that I have used in both my elementary class and my masters college classes have been met with success. They show ways to bring the joy back into learning in this test concious atmosphere. As adjunct faculty to Nova Southeastren University in Ft. Lauderdale, I recommend this book to all of my college students as a source they must have. It is always wonderful to see a book by real teachers for teachers. My thanks to them for sharing some of their "tricks of the trade" that make them such successful teachers. Education needs more like them.
Lesesshe
The ideas in this book are great! They are some we have all thought of but have never really used because we weren't sure exactly how! This shows you how step by step!
VizoRRR
This collection of the Bag Ladies' best ideas for classroom projects is a "must have" for elementary teachers, and secondary teachers would do well to take a look, too! These ideas are easily adapted to different subject areas, skill levels, and students' interests. The projects are not really lesson-specific but serve more as creative ways to organize artifacts from lessons.
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