Level 3 Units
Annika's Secret Wish
Baby in a Basket
The Polar Express
Three Snow Bears
Level 5 Units
Mr. Popper's Penguins
The Year of Miss Agnes
The Polar Bear Son: An Inuit Tale by Lydia Dabcovich
Something to Tell the Grandcows by Eilleen Spinelli
Eye Wonder: Arctic and Antarctic
DK 24 Hours Arctic
One Small Square Arctic Tundra by Donald M. Silver
Amazing Arctic Animals by Jackie Glassman (All Aboard Science Reader)
Over in the Arctic: Where the Cold Winds Blow by Marianne Berkes
Three Part Cards
created by Karen Briguglio
Antarctica Three Part Cards
How to use:
Cut cards out. One card will be cut apart on the dotted lines.
The card with the name attached is the control card. Teach the child using the control cards.
Lesson one. Say, “this is a rose (and point to it), this is a carnation “(and point).
Lesson two. Say, “can you show me the rose, can you show me the carnation.”
Lesson three. Say, “what is this called (point to the carnation), What is this called (point to the rose)”
Start by laying
out a few cards, then increase as child learns more. Eventually, the child
should be able to match all the cut cards. . After he is done, he checks
his work with all of the control cards.
Also, a child can take alphabet manipulatives and spell the names on the cards and check his work with the controls.