A Letter to Amy Teaching Plan

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Peter wants to send a special birthday party invitation to Amy, but a lot can happen between the front door and the mail box. Read the children's book A Letter to Amy by Ezra Jack Keats with your class to find out what happens, extending student learning with this series of supplemental activities. From creating a classroom post office and making wind socks, to graphing children's favorite birthday wishes, a number of options are provided that allow for cross-curricular connections with math, science, and social studies. This lesson would serve as a great start to a science unit on weather, introducing learners to common types of weather and the impact they have on people's lives.

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CCSS: Adaptable
NGSS: Adaptable
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  • Includes a series of questions that access prior knowledge about mail, writing letters, and weather
  • Comprehensive directions are provided for each extension activity
  • A list of additional books with similar themes is provided at the end of the lesson
  • Some activities require significant preparation by the teacher
  • A copy of the book A Letter to Amy by Ezra Jack Keats is required for the lesson