Features literature-based teaching units selected from issues of the Mailbox magazines published between 1987 and 1997. Includes novel units, thematic booklists, hands-on activities, skills-based reproducibles, etc.Bring in a basket of eclectic items such as an old watch, a baby bootie, an antique flatiron. a pair of spectacles, a toy car, etc. ... (For example, aquot;Friendship is Kathy giving me her goldfish after she found out that mine diedaquot;) Combine the favorite ... phrases that describe things that Rosie does to show shea#39;s a good friend (says I look good, remembers my nicknames, ... Finally have each student select ideas from her columns to rewrite into an essay entitled aquot;Why We Should Be Friends.
|Title||:||The Best of the Mailbox Literature|
|Publisher||:||Mailbox Books - 1998-11-01|