a way, the children's book called The Big Orange Splot by Daniel Pinkwater sums
up our goals in writing this book about teaching science and meshing our
approach with your district curriculum. Mr. Plumbean, the star of The Big Orange Splot, ...
Author: Kerry C. Williams
Publisher: Corwin Press
This valuable handbook is packed with examples, questions, stories, and thought-provoking ideas linked to NSES to help teachers give students a strong start in science achievement.
Then read The Big Orange Splot (Pinkwater, 1977) to the group. This children's
book is about a neighborhood in which all of the houses look exactly alike until a
bird drops a can of orange paint onto the home of Mr. Plumbean. Instead of ...
Author: Adria N. Pearson
Publisher: New Harbinger Publications
ACT for Body Image Dissatisfaction is an acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT) manual practitioners can use to help clients overcome body image dissatisfaction and disordered eating behaviors such as food restriction and binge eating.
The Big Orange Splot ( Pinkwater , 1977 ) . When adults and children need
encouragement to dream , The Big Orange Splot is hard to beat . People of all
ages enjoy the adventures of Mr. Plumbean as he tries to decide how to handle
Author: Lissa A. Power-deFur
Publisher: Jones & Bartlett Learning
A comprehensive look at inclusion, this book provides success stories by administrators and teachers who have found that inclusion is the be st way to meet the least restrictive environment needs of their studen ts. Complete with checklists, in-service materials, and pre- and post- evaluation methods, this detailed guide will help you meet student nee ds in a way that complements the educational, fiscal, and legal outloo ks--as well as the attitudes--of your school division.
Big. Orange. Splot. It's. Okay. Being. Different. Summary. Mr. Plumbean lives on a
street where all the houses are alike. After a seagull drops a can of orange paint
on Mr. Plumbean's house, he paints his house. He paints his house to match his
Author: Jeri A. Carroll
Publisher: Lorenz Educational Press
Category: Conduct of life
Recommends stories that teach honesty, responsibility, compassion, self-discipline, and perseverance, among other values, with follow-up discussions and activities.
BY THE AUTHOR OF The Big Orange Splot, The Neddiad, and Adventures of a Cat-Whiskered Girl Things Victor loves: pizza with anchovies, grape soda, B movies aired at midnight, the evening news.
Author: Daniel Pinkwater
Publisher: New York Review of Books
Category: Juvenile Fiction
BY THE AUTHOR OF The Big Orange Splot, The Neddiad, and Adventures of a Cat-Whiskered Girl Things Victor loves: pizza with anchovies, grape soda, B movies aired at midnight, the evening news. And with his parents off at a resort and his older sister shirking her babysitting duties, Victor has plenty of time to indulge himself and to try a few things he’s been curious about. Exploring the nearby city of Hogboro, he runs into a curious character known as the Chicken Man (a reference to his companion, an intelligent hen named Claudia who lives under his hat). The Chicken Man speaks brilliant nonsense, but he seems to be hip to the lizard musicians (real lizards, not men in lizard suits) who’ve begun appearing on Victor’s television after the broadcast of the late-late movie. Are the lizards from outer space? From “other space”? Together Victor and the Chicken Man, guided by the able Claudia, journey to the lizards’ floating island, a strange and fantastic place that operates with an inspired logic of its own.
Author: Time-Life for Children (Firm)Publish On: 1990
Author: Time-Life for Children (Firm)
Publisher: Time Life Education
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction
A collection of original stories, traditional tales, essays, poems, songs, activities, and games, grouped under the headings "My House and Your House," "Around the Corner & Down the Street," and "Living and Working Together."
This witty picture book from children’s luminary Daniel Pinkwater and Aaron Renier offers an insider’s look that will make you completely abandon everything you thought you knew about vampires!
Author: Daniel Pinkwater
Category: Juvenile Fiction
This witty picture book from children’s luminary Daniel Pinkwater and Aaron Renier offers an insider’s look that will make you completely abandon everything you thought you knew about vampires! Welcome to the village of Blinsh, Pinksylvania, famous for the many vampires that call it home. With a caring look at this town not so different from our own, we hope the reader will get to know more about vampires and see that they are not so different from you or I. It is true, a certain amount of biting happens, but a nip on the neck may just be a vampire’s way of saying, “Hello, let’s be friends.”
With signature wit and whimsy, the inimitable Daniel Pinkwater introduces an eccentric, endearing babysitter every child will wish they could have.
Author: Daniel Pinkwater
Publisher: Candlewick Press
Category: Juvenile Fiction
With signature wit and whimsy, the inimitable Daniel Pinkwater introduces an eccentric, endearing babysitter every child will wish they could have. Nick and Maxine live in a tall building with one apartment on top of another. So when they look out their window and see a little house they never knew was there, of course they must visit (especially when their parents tell them not to!). Going through the boiler room, they’re amazed to find to a secret backyard with a garden, a porch, and a statue of a cat. And they’re even more amazed when that cat starts to talk. . . . Welcome to the world of Mrs. Noodlekugel, where felines converse and serve cookies and tea, vision-impaired mice join the party (but may put crumbs up their noses), and children in search of funny adventures are drawn by the warm smell of gingerbread and the promise of magical surprises.
The Big Orange Splot. Scholastic, 1977. Polacco, Patricia. Chicken Sunday.
Philomel Books, 1992. Polacco, Patricia. Mrs Katz and Tush. Bantam, 1992.
Polacco, Patricia. The Bee Tree. Philomel Books, 1993. Rodman, Mary Ann. My
Author: Thomas R. Hoerr
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Howard Gardner's groundbreaking theory applied for classroom use This important book offers a practical guide to understanding how Howard Gardner's theory of Multiple Intelligences (MI) can be used in the classroom. Gardner identified eight different types of intelligence: linguistic, logical, spatial, musical, bodily-kinesthetic, naturalist, interpersonal, and intrapersonal. Celebrating Every Learner describes the characteristics of each type of intelligence and follows up with ready-to-use lesson plans and activities that teachers can use to incorporate MI in their pre-K through 6 classrooms. Offers a treasury of easily implemented activities for engaging all students' multiple intelligences, from the New City School, a leading elementary school at the forefront of MI education Provides ready-to-use lesson plans that teachers can use to incorporate MI in any elementary classroom Includes valuable essays on how and why to integrate MI in the classroom Hoerr is the author of a bi-monthly column for Educational Leadership as well as the editor of the "Intelligence Connections" e-newsletter
The big orange splot. New York: Scholastic. Pollock, P. (1996). The Turkey girl: A
Zuni Cinderella story. New York: Little, Brown Books for Young Readers. Portis, A
. (2007). Not a stick. New York: HarperCollins. Portis, A. (2012). Not a box.
Author: William Bintz
Publisher: Guilford Publications
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines
Teaching students to make connections across related texts promotes engagement and improves reading comprehension and content learning. This practical guide explains how to select and teach a wide range of picture books as paired text--two books related by topic, theme, or genre--in grades K-8. The author provides mini-lessons across the content areas, along with hundreds of recommendations for paired text, each linked to specific Common Core standards for reading literature and informational texts. In a large-size format for easy photocopying, the book includes 22 reproducible graphic organizers and other useful tools. Purchasers also get access to a Web page where they can download and print the reproducible materials.
... 53 Big Mose ( Shippen ) 36 : 174 Big Ones , Little Ones ( Hoban ) 13 : 104 The Big Orange Splot ( Pinkwater ) 4 : 166 The Big Pets ( Smith ) 47 : 199 Big Red
Barn ( Brown ) 10 : 66 The Big Red Barn ( Bunting ) 28 : 48 Big Sister Tells Me
Author: Peter Brown HoffmeisterPublish On: 2011-06-01
She reads us children's books: Where the Wild Things Are, The Big Orange Splot,
Bill and Pete. She reads classics as well: The Adventures of Tom Sawyer, The
Prince and the Pauper, Arabian Nights. She reads us the Bible. I love the way my
Author: Peter Brown Hoffmeister
Category: Biography & Autobiography
Peter Hoffmeister was a nervous child who ran away repeatedly and bit his fingernails until they bled. Home-schooled until the age of fourteen, he had only to deal with his parents and siblings on a daily basis, yet even that sometimes proved too much for him. Over the years, he watched his mother disintegrate into her own form of mania, while his father—a scholar and doctor who had once played semi-pro baseball—was strict and pushed Peter particularly hard. He wanted only the best from his son but in the process taught Peter to expect only the worst from himself. In the midst of his chaotic home life, Peter began to hear a voice—an insistent, monotone that would periodically dictate his actions. When Peter finally entered public school he started to break free from his fathers control—only to fall sway to the voice more and more. His obsessive-compulsive behavior morphed into ruthless competition in sports and, ultimately, into lies, violence, and drugs. The End of Boys follows Hoffmeister to the very brink of sanity and back, in a harrowing and heartbreaking account of the trauma of adolescence and the redemption available to us all, if only we choose to find it.
They found it, thumbed enough that the pages were thinning, and scurried back
to Val and Joe with it held above their heads, a children's book they loved to read
together, The Big Orange Splot by Daniel Manus Pinkwater. Rosa opened the ...
Author: David Whitehouse
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
From the award-winning novelist David Whitehouse, hailed by The New York Times as “a writer to watch,” a tragicomic adventure about a troubled adolescent boy who escapes his small town in a stolen library-on-wheels. “An archivist of his mother,” Bobby Nusku spends his nights meticulously cataloging her hair, clothing, and other traces of the life she left behind. By day, Bobby and his best friend Sunny hatch a plan to transform Sunny, limb-by-limb, into a cyborg who could keep Bobby safe from schoolyard torment and from Bobby’s abusive father and his bleach-blonde girlfriend. When Sunny is injured in a freak accident, Bobby is forced to face the world alone. Out in the neighborhood, Bobby encounters Rosa, a peculiar girl whose disability invites the scorn of bullies. When Bobby takes Rosa home, he meets her mother, Val, a lonely divorcee, whose job is cleaning a mobile library. Bobby and Val come to fill the emotional void in each other’s lives, but their bond also draws unwanted attention. After Val loses her job and Bobby is beaten by his father, they abscond in the sixteen-wheel bookmobile. On the road they are joined by Joe, a mysterious but kindhearted ex-soldier. This “puzzle of people” will travel across England, a picaresque adventure that comes to rival those in the classic books that fill their library-on-wheels. At once tender, provocative and darkly funny, Mobile Library is a fable about the intrinsic human desire to be loved and understood—and about one boy’s realization that the kinds of adventures found in books can happen in real life. It is the ingenious second novel by a writer whose prose has been hailed as “outlandishly clever” (The New York Times) and “deceptively effortless” (The Boston Globe).
The Big Orange Splot It ' s Okay Being Different Summary Mr . Plumbean lived on
a street where all the houses were alike . After a seagull dropped a can of orange
paint on 12 V Mr . Plumbean ' s house , he painted his house . He painted his ...
The Big Orange Splot. New York: Hastings House. (Showcases diversity and
pressures to conform.) Roe, E. (1991). Con Mi Hermano/With My Brother. New
York: Bradbury Press. (A loving relationship between Mexican-American brothers
Author: Jeanne M. Machado
Publisher: Cengage Learning
EARLY CHILDHOOD EXPERIENCES IN LANGUAGE ARTS: EARLY LITERACY, Eleventh Edition responds to national legislation, professional standards, and public concern about the development of young children's language and foundational literacy skills by providing current research-based instructional strategies in early language development. Activities throughout emphasize the relationship between listening, speaking, reading, writing (print), and viewing in language arts areas. This text addresses the cultural and ethnic diversity of children and provides techniques and tips for adapting curricula. Theory is followed by how-to suggestions and plentiful examples of classic books and stories, poems, finger plays, flannel board and alphabet experiences, puppetry, language games, drama, and phonemic and phonetic awareness activities. Students will also learn how, as teachers, they can best interact with children to promote appropriate language development, and how they can create a print-rich environment in the classroom. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.
The Big Orange Splot by Daniel Manus Pinkwater Mr. Plumbean lived on a street
where all the houses were the same . He liked it that way . So did everybody else
on his street . “ This is a neat street , " they would say . Then one day a seagull ...
The Big Orange Splot by Daniel Pinkwater ( New York : Hastings , 1972 ;
Scholastic , 1977 ) Summary : When a seagull drops a big orange paint splot on
Mr . Plumbean ' s nice neat house , he decides to turn it into the house of his