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Teaching With Favorite Magic Tree House Books

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Motivate kids to learn about the features of fiction and nonfiction with the series they’re mad about—the Magic Tree House Books! This idea-packed book includes tips on planning a series study, journal-writing activities that help kids distinguish “real” from “fantasy,” lessons that explore character, plot, and setting, and extensions in social studies, science, and art. P ...more
Paperback, 64 pages
Published December 1st 2003 by Teaching Resources
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Stephanie
Aug 18, 2013 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: homeschooling
This is an excellent resource for parents or teachers who have children that love this series. My 3 year old son and I have now read the entire series together, and I want to go back through and reread it with a bigger focus on the historic and scientific facts stated in the books.

This guide is the perfect way to accomplish that goal. Even though it is written for 1st - 3rd grade I found lots of great activities and resources that can be used for a preschooler or slightly modified to be made mor
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Rachel Vessels
Apr 24, 2016 rated it it was amazing
Rovin-Murphy, D. & Murphy, F. (2003). Teaching with favorite: magic tree house books. New York: Scholastic Inc.

Citation by Rachel Vessels

Type of Reference: Bibliography

Call Number: 808.042 Mur 2003

Content Scope: Geared to help teachers grades 2nd-5th. Includes before and after reading discussion ideas; and activities that help kids build vocabulary, learn about genres, and explore story elements.

Accuracy/Authority/Bias: Scholastic is known the world-around. With their picture books, chapter
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Oct 23, 2012 rated it liked it
I'm done with this one till next year. It's a good resource and easily adaptable to a library setting, although meant for schoolteachers.
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