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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: 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
The Family Guide to Medieval Life By Pippa Britton
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Medieval men and women wanted the same things in life that we do today - they wanted to be warm and dry and well fed. They needed education and jobs and in their spare time liked to be entertained.... More > In fact it sounds like all these things could apply to any one of us today! This book shows how very alike people are regardless of what century they were born in and is illustrated with examples of everyday things. The Family Guide to Medieval Life gives the casual reader and older child a broad view of what it was like to live in the Middle Ages. It is a chance to find out how people lived, from the very rich to the very poor and how their lives were not only influenced by the Church and society but how they were enriched by travel, education and entertainment< Less
The Family Guide to Medieval Life By Pippa Britton
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Medieval men and women wanted the same things in life that we do today - they wanted to be warm and dry and well fed. They needed education and jobs and in their spare time liked to be entertained.... More > In fact it sounds like all these things could apply to any one of us today! This book shows how very alike people are regardless of what century they were born in and is illustrated with examples of everyday things. The Family Guide to Medieval Life gives the casual reader and older child a broad view of what it was like to live in the Middle Ages. It is a chance to find out how people lived, from the very rich to the very poor and how their lives were not only influenced by the Church and society but how they were enriched by travel, education and entertainment< Less
The People's Divorce Guide w/Email Consult By Cynthia MacGregor
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The People's Divorce Guide is the most savvy, sincere and diverse compendium of first-hand advice you'll ever read. From hundreds of men and women of all ages and backgrounds who've been through... More > every kind of divorce. It's got pages of spot-on, insightful quotes on every aspect of divorce. As short as a sentence, but never longer than a page. It's broken up into a dozen chapters that cover every stage of divorce. From how to choose a lawyer, to how to start dating again. So it helps you know just what to do, every time you reach a bridge you had no idea you'd ever have to cross.< Less
The Strong Arm By Robert Barr
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Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: Robert Barr (16 September 1849 – 21 October 1912) was a... More > Scottish-Canadian short story writer and novelist, born in Glasgow, Scotland.Barr emigrated with his parents to Upper Canada at age four and was educated in Toronto at Toronto Normal School. Barr became a teacher and eventual headmaster of the Central School of Windsor, Ontario. While he had that job he began to contribute short stories—often based on personal experiences—to the Detroit Free Press. In 1876 Barr quit his teaching position to become a staff member of that publication, in which his contributions were published with the pseudonym "Luke Sharp." This nom de plume was derived from the time he attended school in Toronto. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Robert_Barr_(writer)< Less
Segovia pintado By Carlos Megino Herranz
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Book about Segovia, a city just mere 100 Kilometers from Madrid with images of its beautiful streets, monuments and the very famous Aqueduct built by romans and which is the symbol of the city.
Metz - Images By Carlos Megino Herranz
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This is the beautiful city of Metz, in the French Aquitania. Very famous because of its cathedral, with what are supposed to be the biggest stained glass windows of the word. Near Luxembourg and... More > Germany, this part of France is not well known although it has one of the most striking monuments of the country.< Less
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Cardboard Cardboard By Patrick G. Redford
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