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Little House Books - Harper Collins

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Are you a Laura or a Nellie? Click Extras at the top menu for you and your students to read about the girls of Little House to see whom you ...more
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Are you a Laura or a Nellie? Click Extras at the top menu for you and your students to read about the girls of Little House to see whom you are most like. Plan a big "Little House on the Prairie" event using the many suggestions and materials available. Printables, a classroom activities guide, lesson plans, games, author information, and more await you here.

tag(s): reading comprehension (123)

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Teachers, mark this site as a favorite to use when you plan your Little House or pioneer unit. If you need a quick quiz for any of the Little House books, you will find one already prepared for you. Directions to make your own autograph album, scrapbook, "Little House" recipes, and more are located in the Teachers section. The classroom activity guide features 17 pages of ideas!
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The Laura Ingalls Wilder Companion - Annette Whipple

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Discover the pioneer world of Laura Ingalls Wilder with this blog. Under "Live Like Laura" from the top menu find Activities, Crafts, Recipes, and Pioneer Living. Find blog posts and...more
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Discover the pioneer world of Laura Ingalls Wilder with this blog. Under "Live Like Laura" from the top menu find Activities, Crafts, Recipes, and Pioneer Living. Find blog posts and a few videos about the Cat's Cradle game, Gardening Activities, information about the Grasshopper Plague, Word Searches, Trivia Searches, and too much more to list here. This informative site is a must see for anyone who loves Laura Ingalls Wilder or teaches the books with all puzzles, activities, and images of people in clothing of the time and places in Laura's life.

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Use an interactive whiteboard or projector to introduce your students to the lovely Laura Ingalls Wilder. After introducing the site, ask students to read parts of the blog in pairs or small groups. If you are beginning the process of integrating technology, have students replace pen and paper and create their own blogs sharing their learning and understanding using Weebly, reviewed here. If you are teaching younger students and looking for an easy way to integrate technology and check for understanding challenge your students to replace pencil and paper and create a blog using Seesaw, reviewed here. Take this a step further with older students and enhance student learning by asking them to use their blog entries to create an interactive timeline of Laura's life using Knightlab's multimedia timeline creator, reviewed here.

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From Little House to My House - ReadWriteThink

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This site offers primary students an exposure to families "then and now" through excerpts from Laura Ingalls' writings. The lesson asks students to compare and contrast the family experiences...more
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This site offers primary students an exposure to families "then and now" through excerpts from Laura Ingalls' writings. The lesson asks students to compare and contrast the family experiences in the story with their own. Aligned to national standards.

tag(s): family (53), parents (61)

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