Let's Meet a Teacher

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Millbrook Press, 2013 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 24 pages
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Whiteboards, computers, and stickers. What do these things have in common? They're all tools Ms. Crawford uses in her job. Ms. Crawford is a fourth grade teacher. She invites a group of students learning about community helpers to visit her classroom. She shows them the many ways she helps her students learn. Hooray for teachers!

 

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User Review  - anita.curry - LibraryThing

I enjoyed this book. It explains the expectations of a class room, different subject and ways teachers teach their students. It is a great informational book to get a child ready for school if they were going into pre-k or kindergarten. Read full review

Contents

Chapter One Lots Of Learning
4
Chapter Two Stickers And Red Pens
10
Chapter Three Paper Clips And Pizza Parties
16
Make A Pencil Holder
22
Glossary
23
To Learn MoreIndex
24
Back Cover
26
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About the author (2013)

Bridget Heos is the author of 13 young adult nonfiction books and the Expecting Animal Babies picture books. Prior to being a children's book author, she wrote for several newspapers and magazines, including The Christian Science Monitor , The Kansas City Star , and Missouri Lawyers Weekly . Bridget lives in Kansas City with her husband and three sons.

Kyle Poling began taking art lessons in kindergarten. He won various local and national art competitions in high school and graduated from Columbus College of Art and Design. Kyle was then hired by American Greetings in Cleveland, where he specialized in Juvenile and Humor card illustrations. Since then he has developed children's art for cards, picture books, early reader books, board games, and educational textbooks.

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