to become the first female President of the United States,
Grace enters her first race in the mock election at her
school. The race appears to offer some stiff competition...especially
among the boys who seem intent to vote for "the best
man" in the race. Another hurdle is understanding the
electoral college, but her
teacher handles that in a clever way that not only helps
the students understand it, but also the readers! The electoral
college simulation is unforgettable!
for President is the perfect book for preparing your
students of all ages for a presidential election. The educator
Bruno was famous for saying, "You can teach anything
to anyone if you make it simple enough." This book
fits that bill and adds fun to boot!
Kids Wings activity guide for Grace
for President provides
fun and learning, perfect for lesson planning and printed handouts
or for projection
on your SmartBoard!
Activities (see screen shots below) include:
Before and After Reading (Vocabulary & Prediction)
Readers Theater: Electoral Votes
Do I Understand?
Signs in a Row, Logic Puzzle
Cast Your Ballot Puzzle
Vote Here Activities
P Is for President (phonics)
for President is included in
the Kids Wings Discover Magic collection
of literature guides for 58 award-winning primary-level picture
books. This collection comes in a spiral-bound book with CD and
site license for one school. Discover
a Kids Wings literature collection for 58 award-winning picture
books that includes fiction and nonfiction, fantasy, reality,
and more! You can purchase individual titles and title cluster
for about $12.95 or you can purchase Discover
Magic and receive fabulous guides and
activities for 58 great picture books for less than $.75 each!
is one of the best bargain in the USA, while quantities last!
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