Anne Rockwell’s books have been used in classrooms to enlighten children in so many ways. Curriculum Guides can help teachers find the right game or activity to meet their classroom needs. Check back for more guides as they are added.
CLOUDS Curriculum Guide
Cumulus or cumulonimbus -- which clouds mean rain? Help your students uncover the mysteries of weather in Anne Rockwell's accessible and informative CLOUDS, part of the Let's-Read-and-Find-Out Science series. Curriculum guide highlights include:
CLOUDS and the free curriculum guide make the science of weather fun and accessible. Your students will gain a greater appreciation for the wonders of our natural world!
WHAT'S SO BAD ABOUT GASOLINE Curriculum Guide
This Let's-Read-and-Find-Out book breaks down the complex topic of climate change into easily understood concepts, focusing on the creation of fossil fuels in nature and the ways humans have used them over the centuries. Curriculum guide highlights and activities include:
WHAT'S SO BAD ABOUT GASOLINE and this teacher's guide are perfect for celebrating Earth Day in your classroom and for science and environmental units all year long.
BIG GEORGE Curriculum Guide
Boost your students’ American History knowledge and their understanding of what it means to be a leader with these engaging activities. Developed by a curriculum specialist, the activities include:
Designed to align with curriculum standards, this guide is filled with tips for before and after reading BIG GEORGE – a perfect addition to your elementary American History curriculum.