What are relationships? How do they affect students? There are many different types of relationships to explore and this series helps make this topic one that is meaningful to all students. The books in the Relationships Differentiated Curriculum Kit provide exciting activities to help students discover the relationships that exist all around them.
The books in the Differentiated Curriculum Kits employ a differentiated, integrated curriculum based on broad themes. This all-in-one curriculum helps teachers save planning time, ensure compliance with national standards, and most importantly, pique their students' natural excitement and interest in discovery. By participating in the wide variety of activities in the Differentiated Curriculum Kit for Grade 3, students will discover the relationships around them and gain a lifelong desire to learn.
In Relationships Book 1: Ecosystems, Comparisons, and Power, students will investigate the interdependent relationships between animals and plants. Students also will compare rules and laws with our rights and freedoms in order to determine the relationships between our government and its citizens. In Relationships Book 2: Environment, Cause, and Effect, students will explore the relationships found between people in a community, the relationship between humans and the environment, and the relatonships in students' daily lives. In Relationships Book 3: Economics, Opposites, and Social Action, students will explore topics such as place value, decimals, inverse operations, banking, antonyms and synonyms, physical disabilities, women's suffrage, and minority groups.
Each book contains detailed lesson plans, reproducible activity sheets, and assessment tools.
Brenda McGee is an experienced, award-winning teacher and published writer. She has taught in public and private schools in kindergarten through eighth grade. She was the cofounder of former publishing house, McGee-Keiser Academic Enrichment Programs, based in Plano, TX. She is the author of several previous books, two of which have won awards for outstanding curricula for gifted and talented students from the National Association for Gifted Children.
Debbie Keiser is author or coauthor of more than two dozen books, including Solving the Research Puzzle, Earth Central, Ph.D.: Doctor of Sciences, and several titles in the popular Differentiated Curriculum series. She was the cofounder of former publishing house, McGee-Keiser Academic Enrichment Programs, based in Plano, TX.