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NEW!  Trash Action, the game

Trash Action

Download a copy of our new game, created to work with TRASH ACTION: A Fresh Look at Garbage. Get your whole class or group working together to preserve our environment… print the game, roll the dice, and play!

Download the .pdf files here (each sheet can be printed on standard 11" x 14", legal size paper):

teacher_guides
Tundra Books is pleased to work with teachers who are using our books in their classrooms and who are supporting this use with the suggested activities which we post on our site.

These activities help to teach children about themes as diverse as slavery, religion, creative writing, and world conservation. And most importantly, they encourage children to share ideas and opinions, and to stretch their imagination.

Free use by others is encouraged. Please provide the appropriate copyright credit.
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NEW! Rescuing the Children
by Deborah Hodge

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Harness Horses, Bucking Broncos & Pit Ponies
by by Jeff Crosby and Shelley Ann Jackson

Little Lions, Bull Baiters & Hunting Hounds
by Jeff Crosby and Shelley Ann Jackson

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Easy-to-Read Wonder Tales
by Veronika Martenova Charles

It's Not about the Apple!

It's Not about the Crumbs!

It's Not about the Hunter!

It's Not about the Pumpkin!

It's Not about the Rose!

 

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Five Thousand Years of Slavery
by Janet Willen and Marjorie Gann

Don't forget your worksheets!
Worksheet A
Worksheet B
Worksheet C
Worksheet D
Worksheet E
Worksheet F
Worksheet G

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World Vision Early Readers
Getting There and Mom and Me
Books by: Marla Stewart Konrad

Early Readers Activities

A World of Surprises – Guided reading activities for World Vision Early Readers produced by: World Vision Canada, Education and Public Engagement, 2009 (Writer: Katharine Kan, Editor: Nancy Del Col)
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Watching Jimmy
by Nancy Hartry

bullet Good-bye Marianne
by Irene N. Watts
bullet The Eye of the Crow
by Shane Peacock
bullet Into the Ravine
by Richard Scrimger
bullet Stones, Bones and Stitches: Storytelling through Inuit Art
by Shelley Falconer and Shawna White
bullet In the Land of the Jaguar: South America and Its People
by Gena K. Gorrell
bullet Mirror with a Memory: A Nation's Story in Photographs
by Janice Weaver
bullet The Nose from Jupiter
by Richard Scrimger
bullet Porcupine
by Meg Tilly
bullet  Almost Eden
by Anita Horrocks
bullet  Domenic's War
by Curtis Parkinson
bullet  I Came As a Stranger
by Bryan Prince
bullet  Mable Riley
by Marthe Jocelyn
bullet  The Man Who Ran Faster Than Everyone
by Jack Batten
bullet  The Matchless Six and Crossword
by Ron Hotchkiss
bullet  Rapid Ray
by John Cooper
bullet  Season of Rage
by John Cooper
bullet  Stealing Home
by Ellen Schwartz
bullet  Three Songs for Courage
by Maxine Trottier
bullet  You Can't Read This
by Val Ross

 
Dewey Divas and Dudes: Dewey Divas and Dudes are a group of Canadian Publishing reps who regularly give book talks to libraries, spreading their enthusiasm for the best books of the season. Here are Anne Steven’s Children's Selections. For links to their latest book picks for both adult and kids books, plus ongoing book recommendations, please visit their blog.
 
native dwellings series
Also available from Tundra Books is The Native Dwellings Teacher's Kit. The materials in this teacher resource kit are designed to complement the six books in Bonnie Shemie's series:
 
Houses of adobe
Houses of bark
Mounds of earth and shell
Houses of hide and earth
Houses of snow, skin and bones
Houses of wood

Many of the activities can be used with all of the books, while others are specific to one title. The areas covered include music, drama, art, literature, science, and social studies.

The kit is available in binder-format for $13.95 CAN/US and includes photocopy masters
ISBN 0-88776-371-5.


Here's a small sample:

Social Studies activities: "Jeopardy" - using a list of newly acquired vocabulary, form questions relating these words. Print the vocabulary on cards. Print the questions on another set of cards. Match them up.

Science activities: The Native peoples respected their land. Compare and contrast their attitude to nature with attitudes of today. Study endangered animals, conservation of soil and water, the dangers to the environment due to progress (clear-cutting of forests, over fishing etc.).


Write to us with your comments and suggestions:


In Canada:
Tundra Books
75 Sherbourne Street 5th floor
Toronto, Ontario M5A 2P9

In the US:
Tundra Books of Northern New York
P.O. Box 1030
Plattsburgh, NY 12901

or email us at Tundra@mcclelland.com.

Teachers and librarians, order your books from your local wholesaler.
 View a list of Canadian Library and Educational Wholesalers
 View a list of US Library and Educational Wholesalers


learning resources
Here's a list of Tundra Books recommended as learning resources in Canadian schools or at home.


If you're looking for books with thematic links try these:

 From the printed word to the silver screen.
 National Heritage Books
 History of Asian Culture
 Classic Tundra
 Myths and Legends
 Explore the outdoors from A to Z

You can also download a PDF for:
 Black History

french and spanish books
Do you teach French or Spanish? There are a number of books that are ideal for learning language. Check out our list of French and Spanish titles.


book an author
Tips for booking an author. Plan ahead and get one of our authors to speak at your school, library, and other events.

Files are available online in PDF format. To view or print these files you must have Adobe Acrobat Reader.

For a free copy of Adobe Acrobat Reader click:


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