Amazing Annabelle – Last Month of School

Amazing Annabelle – Last Month of School

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Mrs. Mitchell’s class is involved with the final two Science units, the Solar System and The Food Pyramid, as well as many other end-of the-year activities. Annabelle has feelings of gratefulness and sadness at the same time. She overcomes her fear of the dark as her class visits the Planetarium.

Annabelle is chosen to read her poem at the Flag Day Ceremony and she writes a special Father’s Day poem for her dad which is shared in class. Although Annabelle has mixed feelings throughout the month, she still manages to have an amazing time.

This book draws attention to all of the fun end-of-year activities that students should embrace and look forward to. Always make the best of situations even until the very end. Memories are sweet, indeed.

Product ID: 16569ISBN: 9781947829091.

Description

Grade 2-6 | Fiction | ISBN: 978-1-94782-909-1 | Lexile: 860 | GRL: S | English

Amazing Annabelle Last Month of School:

Highlights:

  • Inspires readers with real-life dilemmas and issues that many young people face today
  • Motivates students to respond positively to adversity and uncertainty
  • Engages students of diverse cultures to achieve their own goals in life

Key features:

  • Student worksheets with individual and group activities to support social-emotional learning
  • Social-emotional learning Teacher’s Guide with lesson strategies and answer keys to support classroom instruction
  • Glossaries to build student vocabulary

About the Author: 

Linda taps into her 25 years as a schoolteacher to write books that inspire students to acknowledge their feelings and work together to solve problems. Throughout her career as a teacher and more recently as an author, Linda has been passionate about nurturing children and giving them the skills to be the best they can be.

Reviews:

“Amazing Annabelle is truly an amazing character! She possesses personality traits that we can all strive for: self-confidence, perseverance, compassion, endurance and problem solving. She has such a wonderful outlook on life and finds the positive in any situation. What a great role model! This is a great character education story that can be read across the elementary grade levels. While reading the story, I was able to bring Annabelle to life in my mind. The illustrations are fabulous! I look forward to reading all of her adventures. Such a wonderful gift of storytelling. Well done!”

—Pam Doughty, Teacher

“The rich vocabulary…. enhances the text. It challenges the reader and allows the reader to naturally develop their vocabulary. Readers can easily relate to the characters in the story and will eagerly await the next book in the Amazing Annabelle series.”

—Nancy Woodward, Reading Specialist

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