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How Santa Got His Job by Stephen Krensky
Kindergarten , 1 st. Other , Activities , Literacy Center Ideas. However, there are other activities you can use without using the book. Teach primary students how to start thinking about a future career one day. Career education does not start in high school, it starts when our students are young! Use this lesson to emphasize the importance of identifying interests and applying them to a future career. This lesson uses the story How.
PreK , Kindergarten , 1 st , 2 nd , 3 rd. Citing text evidence requires students to look back into the text for evidence to support an idea, answer a question or make a claim. Citing evidence requires students to think more deeply about the text and gives them practice finding evidence to support their ideas, which leads to deeper comprehen.
The pages inside this packet cover the skills sequence, theme, and story elements. There is a page that has students research their dream job.
A creative writing page is in. Did you ever wonder how Santa got his job? In this fun mini unit students will define emotional words, practice cause and effect, practice math addition with regrouping skills, and create their own North Pole Job posting. Activities , Fun Stuff , Graphic Organizers. This unit is not designed to replace the original literary work.
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Included in this packet are activities that address the following speech and language skills: - Vocabulary- Matching Definitions to Words. What is this resource? The purpose of this resource is to provide teachers and students with a structured focus on vocabulary, text-based higher level questions, comprehension, and ELA-based skills thro.
Kindergarten , 1 st , 2 nd , Homeschool. Lesson Plans Individual , Activities , Printables. What makes this assessment different from the many others out there is that, although it is written for the primary grades, it is comprised of questions that mostly require higher-orde.
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Examinations - Quizzes , Activities , Assessment. English Language Arts , Reading , Literature. Worksheets , Novel Study , Printables. This graphic organizer is a great tool for students to use to record cause. I have also included a cause and effect graphic organizer specific to the text How Santa Got His Job, by Stephen Krensky, which can be used at the holiday time!
Seller Inventory ZZN. More information about this seller Contact this seller. Never used!. Seller Inventory P Ernie Eldredge illustrator. Seller Inventory M Book Description Booksmart. Seller Inventory NEW Ships with Tracking Number! Buy with confidence, excellent customer service!. Seller Inventory n. Every December 6, the faithful celebrate St. Nicholas Day in cities all over the world, with the largest ones taking place in Europe. Images of St. Nicholas vary considerably, but none of them look much like the red-cheeked, white-bearded old man seen everywhere today.
One of the most compelling views of the real St. Nick, who lived in the third and fourth centuries, was created not by ancient artists but by using modern forensic facial reconstruction. Scholarly debate over where the remains of the Greek bishop rest continues to this day, but traditionally, it was believed that the bones of St. Nicholas were stolen by Italian sailors during the 11th century and taken to the crypt of the Basilica di San Nicola on the southeast coast of Italy.
When the crypt was repaired in the s, the saint's skull and bones were documented with x-ray photos and thousands of detailed measurements. For theories on other possible resting places of St. Caroline Wilkinson, a facial anthropologist at the University of Manchester England , used these data and modern software simulations to create a modern reconstruction of the long-dead man. Wilkinson put a human face on Santa's original namesake—one with a badly broken nose, possibly suffered during the persecution of Christians under the Roman Emperor Diocletian.
Many believe that it houses the mortal remains and holy relics of St. Much of her work is necessarily subject to interpretation.
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The size and shape of the facial muscles that once covered Nicholas's skull had to be inferred, and the shape of that skull itself was recreated from two-dimensional data. Digital artists added details that were based on best guesses, including the olive-toned skin most common among Greek Mediterraneans like Nicholas, brown eyes, and the gray hair of a year-old man.
How did this St. Nicholas turn into the North Pole-dwelling bringer of Christmas gifts? The original saint was a Greek born in the late third century, around A. He became bishop of Myra, a small Roman town in modern Turkey. Nicholas was neither fat nor jolly but developed a reputation as a fiery, wiry, and defiant defender of church doctrine during the Great Persecution in , when Bibles were burned and priests made to renounce Christianity or face execution. Nicholas defied these edicts and spent years in prison before the Roman emperor Constantine ended Christian persecution in with the Edict of Milan.
Nicholas's fame lived long after his death on December 6 in the mid-fourth century, around because he was associated with many miracles, and reverence for him continues to this day independent of his Christmas connection. He is the protector of many types of people, from orphans to sailors to prisoners. Nicholas rose to prominence among the saints because he was the patron of so many groups. By about , explained University of Manitoba historian Gerry Bowler , author of Santa Claus: A Biography , he became known as a patron of children and magical gift bringer because of two great stories from his life.