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Medieval Times: Ontario Curriculum Resource Book By Jim Arnold www.folkloremedia.net
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For Grade 4 Teachers in Ontario, Canada. Includes 35 reprintable lessons, 70 classroom activities, teacher's guide, rubric, medieval feast planner, and glossary of terms. Chapters: Middle Ages,... More > Feudal System, Maps and Travel, Castles, Kings, Nobles, Notable Women, Knights, Chivalry, Heraldry, Coat of Arms, Peasants, Peasant's House, Farming, Clothing, The Church, Crusades, Weapons, Technology and Inventions, Food and Beverages, Bathing and Cleanliness, Education, Magna Carta, Black Plague, Myths and Legends, Music, Art, Tapestries, Illuminations, Holidays and Celebrations, Maypole Dancing, Puppetry, Medieval Books, Medieval Riddles, Medieval Poem, and a Medieval Story. ..................................... The activities support three styles of learning - Auditory, Visual, and Tactile/Kinesthetic. Teachers will find activities that are suitable for special education students, ESL students, as well mainstream and gifted students.< Less
Medieval Times: Teacher's Resource Book, Canadian Edition By Jim Arnold www.folkloremedia.net
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For Canadian Elementary School teachers. Includes 35 reprintable lessons, 70 classroom activities, teacher's guide, rubric, medieval feast planner, and glossary of terms. Chapters: Middle Ages,... More > Feudal System, Maps and Travel, Castles, Kings, Nobles, Notable Women, Knights, Chivalry, Heraldry, Coat of Arms, Peasants, Peasant's House, Farming, Clothing, The Church, Crusades, Weapons, Technology and Inventions, Food and Beverages, Bathing and Cleanliness, Education, Magna Carta, Black Plague, Myths and Legends, Music, Art, Tapestries, Illuminations, Holidays and Celebrations, Maypole Dancing, Puppetry, Medieval Books, Medieval Riddles, Medieval Poem, and a Medieval Story. ..................................... The activities support three styles of learning - Auditory, Visual, and Tactile/Kinesthetic. Teachers will find activities that are suitable for special education students, ESL students, as well mainstream and gifted students.< Less
Medieval Times: Ontario Curriculum Resource Book By Jim Arnold www.folkloremedia.net
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For Grade 4 Teachers in Ontario, Canada. Includes 35 reprintable lessons, 70 classroom activities, teacher's guide, rubric, medieval feast planner, and glossary of terms. Chapters: Middle Ages,... More > Feudal System, Maps and Travel, Castles, Kings, Nobles, Notable Women, Knights, Chivalry, Heraldry, Coat of Arms, Peasants, Peasant's House, Farming, Clothing, The Church, Crusades, Weapons, Technology and Inventions, Food and Beverages, Bathing and Cleanliness, Education, Magna Carta, Black Plague, Myths and Legends, Music, Art, Tapestries, Illuminations, Holidays and Celebrations, Maypole Dancing, Puppetry, Medieval Books, Medieval Riddles, Medieval Poem, and a Medieval Story. ..................................... The activities support three styles of learning - Auditory, Visual, and Tactile/Kinesthetic. Teachers will find activities that are suitable for special education students, ESL students, as well mainstream and gifted students.< Less
Moonfleet By John Meade Falkner
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In 1757, Moonfleet is a small village near the sea in the south of England. It gets its name from a formerly prominent local family, the Mohunes, whose coat of arms includes a symbol shaped like a... More > capital 'Y'. John Trenchard is an orphan who lives with his aunt, Miss Arnold. Other notable residents are the sexton Mr Ratsey, who is friendly to John; Parson Glennie, the local clergyman who also teaches in the village school; Elzevir Block, the landlord of the local inn, called the Mohune Arms but nicknamed the Why Not? because of its sign with the Mohune 'Y'; and Mr Maskew, the unpopular local magistrate and his beautiful daughter, Grace. Village legend tells of the notorious Colonel John "Blackbeard" Mohune who is buried in the family crypt under the church. He is reputed to have stolen a diamond from King Charles I and hidden it. His ghost is said to wander at night looking for it and the mysterious lights in the churchyard are attributed to his activities.< Less
A Pocketful of Pineapples By Neil Vicker
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Barbara Streisand said that people who need people are the luckiest people in the world. If one of those people was a care worker and the other someone who dribbled all day then it puts a different... More > context around the ageing songress’ laudable outburst. And what Ive tried to do in this book is look at things from a totally different angle. I have used people, in an office scenario and I have imagined how people would act if they were put in odd situations. I have used characters from an office to carry out my written experiment. It amuses me greatly and I hope you too. The following is an excerpt: “In short, Doreen is a sad character, who collects spoons and gleefully delights in her cat delicately brushing against them.” “Joss' family coat of arms is an unfashionable flared crimpolene skirt and clashing pendant, inscribed at the bottom of the plaque with the latin words, Ipso Factum Canoodlus. Roughly translated means, No, or few canoodling.”< Less
A Pocketful of Pineapples By Neil Vicker
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Barbara Streisand said that people who need people are the luckiest people in the world. If one of those people was a care worker and the other someone who dribbled all day then it puts a different... More > context around the ageing songress’ laudable outburst. And what Ive tried to do in this book is look at things from a totally different angle. I have used people, in an office scenario and I have imagined how people would act if they were put in odd situations. I have used characters from an office to carry out my written experiment. It amuses me greatly and I hope you too. The following is an excerpt: “In short, Doreen is a sad character, who collects spoons and gleefully delights in her cat delicately brushing against them.” “Joss' family coat of arms is an unfashionable flared crimpolene skirt and clashing pendant, inscribed at the bottom of the plaque with the latin words, Ipso Factum Canoodlus. Roughly translated means, No, or few canoodling.”< Less
The Wind in the Willows By Kenneth Grahame
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Excerpt: The Mole had been working very hard all the morning, spring-cleaning his little home. First with brooms, then with dusters; then on ladders and steps and chairs, with a brush and a pail of... More > whitewash; till he had dust in his throat and eyes, and splashes of whitewash all over his black fur, and an aching back and weary arms. Spring was moving in the air above and in the earth below and around him, penetrating even his dark and lowly little house with its spirit of divine discontent and longing. It was small wonder, then, that he suddenly flung down his brush on the floor, said, "Bother!" and "O blow!" and also "Hang spring-cleaning!" and bolted out of the house without even waiting to put on his coat. Something up above was calling him imperiously, and he made for the steep little tunnel which answered in his case to the gravelled carriage-drive owned by animals whose residences are nearer to the sun and air.< Less
I Wasn't There By Debbie Chase
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“I Wasn’t There” is a selection of poems touching on death, teenage crushes, fairy stories, family, and love. Written with love for you to read with love! “I don’t... More > know why but I run outside and stand in the garden, shivering, my face turned to the milky sky, arms clenched rigidly around my body, for the air is freezing now and the snow falling thicker and faster and I worry that Becky is cold … she won’t be cold will she? Mum will keep her warm … and Dad, and Dave, and Lily my mother-in-law. She should have a scarf, a warm coat, gloves, a hat … I didn’t think of that at the time. I wish that she was at home, cosy, sitting on the fluffy orange rug in front of the fire, and not in a box with a nailed lid, that lies down a deep dark hole in the earth. My heart pounds with terror.” (Extract from “You to Me Are Everything” – a novel by Debbie Chase)< Less
Our Ancestral Namesakes By Glenn Littrell
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42 Generations from Duke Marocomir the Sixth (404 AD) to Sir Hugh Luttrell (1521) the Great-Great-Grandson of King Edward the First, King of England, Duchess Anne Luttrell sister-in-law of King... More > George the Third, 300 years of alliance to the House of Lancaster, from King John the First and the Magna Charta to King Henry the Seventh and the War of the Roses...Southcote the Lunatic, Edward the Rascal, Robert the Canon of St. Patrick, Henry the Traitor, the kidnapping of Elizabeth! …Captains, Knights, Barons, Colonels, Generals, and an Earl… English, Australian, and Irish Branches…Over 12 portraits of Ancestors, Dunster Castle, 18 Coat of Arms (14 in color) and a chapter on their use and significance…A chapter on the history of last names as it applies to our name, from Loutre to Littrell…A chapter on our possible connection to the different branches and the nature of our kinship. 200 pages11 Chapters and addendums, over 150 footnotes, glossary, and bibliography.< Less
Holy Rune Might By Siegfried Kummer
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An English translation of Siegfried Adolf Kummer's seminal Armanen work Heilige Runenmacht. Here, Kummer gives his system of rune exercises and practices in detail with full illustrations, many of... More > which have not been available in the English-speaking world until now. Also included are instructions for astral projection, rune dances, the powers of precious and semi-precious stones, yodels, how to do medial drawing and painting, how to heal with runes, how a rune-healer prepares for healing, how runes are associated with planets, astrology, trees and times of the year, the uses of many medicinal herbs, how to use the pendulum, how to make your own Armanen family Coat of Arms, and much more! A number of poems, several pieces of Kummer's art and some of his personal stories and experiences are also included. All of the illustrations from the original German publication of Heilige Runenmacht are reproduced in this translation. Now English speakers can discover the true depth of early 20th century Armanen practice!< Less

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