Who's Online

We have 13 guests online
Search Only:

Search Keyword river

Total: 50 results found.

Page 1 of 3
... can lead to segregation -- to the separation of groups by race, gender, or other social categories. It was this type of segregation that Rosa Parks fought in 1955 when she refused an Alabama bus driver's ...
2. The Adventures Of Chanticleer And Partlet
(Fairy Tales/Brothers Grimm)
... ran as fast as he could to the river, and said, 'River, give me some water, for Partlet lies in the mountain, and will be choked by a great nut.' The river said, 'Run first to the bride, and ask her for ...
3. The Goose - Girl
(Fairy Tales/Brothers Grimm)
... to feel very thirsty again; and at last, when they came to a river, she forgot her maid's rude speech, and said, 'Pray get down, and fetch me some water to drink in my golden cup.' But the maid answered ...
4. Briar Rose
(Fairy Tales/Brothers Grimm)
... was walking by the side of the river, at the bottom of the garden, she saw a poor little fish, that had thrown itself out of the water, and lay gasping and nearly dead on the bank. Then the queen took ...
5. Hans In Luck
(Fairy Tales/Brothers Grimm)
... he could go no farther, for the stone tired him sadly: and he dragged himself to the side of a river, that he might take a drink of water, and rest a while. So he laid the stone carefully by his side on ...
6. The Golden Bird
(Fairy Tales/Brothers Grimm)
... the young man refused to do it: so the fox said, 'I will at any rate give you good counsel: beware of two things; ransom no one from the gallows, and sit down by the side of no river.' Then away he went. ...
7. Oregon trail diary (5-11)
(Lesson Plans/Elementary School (K-5))
... a wagon train. Tell what you brought with you (supplies, heirlooms, animals) as well as what the town looks and feels like. FIRST NIGHT--CROSSED BLUE RIVER. Describe your first day of travel by ...
8. Laws - Who needs them? (7-9)
(Lesson Plans/Elementary School (K-5))
...  safety laws on appliances 15. after dinner, a X Green River Ordinance, salesman comes to your 3 days to change your door, selling ...
9. Country Walk
(Lessons/Simple Stories For Kids)
... this I did, and then she thanked me, and trudged on, singing as merrily as a lark in the sky. Now we came to a bridge over a wide river. I mounted Harry astride the parapet, and there we stopped ...
10. July
(Lessons/Simple Stories For Kids)
... the water? Here is the river. It is not deep. Pull off your clothes. Jump in. Do not be afraid. Pop your head in. Now try to swim. Do you see that little frog? You should swim just as the little frog swims. ...
11. January
(Lessons/Simple Stories For Kids)
JANUARY. It is very cold. It snows. It freezes. There are no leaves upon the trees. The oil is frozen, and the milk is frozen, and the river is frozen, and everything in the fields is frozen.  ...
(Lessons/Games for the playground)
... from a given period instead of the colors. Geography.—The names of capital cities, states, rivers, etc. Literature.—The names of the works of a given author; of the authors of a period, or of the characters ...
(Lessons/Short Stories)
I first heard of him among the sufferers on the Peninsula [Footnote: Peninsula: that part of Virginia between the York and James rivers.] after a battle there. Subsequently I saw him, time and again, ...
14. 42nd annual National School Bus Safety Week
(Software for teachers/Software for teachers)
... education. This year's theme, Stop on Red, Kids Ahead, emphasizes the importance for drivers to follow the rules of the road and stop when the red lights flash and children are getting on and off the bus. ...
(Lessons/Games for the playground)
... a memorized selection. Geography.—The names of mountain ranges, rivers, capital cities, boundaries, products. History.—The names (related to a given period if desired) of famous men—statesmen, military ...
(Lessons/Short Stories)
... River.] nearly broke my heart. Of all conceivable journeys, this promised to be the most tedious. I tried to tell myself it was a lovely day; I tried to charm my foreboding spirit with tobacco; but I had ...
(Lessons/Short Stories)
... and log cabins; but the main town itself, we later discovered, as well as the larger diggings, lay around the bend and upstream. We looked all around us for some path leading down to the river, but could ...
(Lessons/Short Stories)
... the Sierras, and every mountain creek became a river, and every river a lake. Each gorge and gulch was transformed into a tumultuous watercourse that descended the hillsides, tearing down giant trees and ...
(Lessons/Short Stories)
... useless to persevere in unavailing efforts. They determined, under these heart-breaking circumstances, to strike work; ... and they did strike. One morning a couple of the elephant drivers appeared at ...
(Lessons/Short Stories)
... river just beyond the northeast border line of the province of Lorraine.] My books, which only a moment before I thought so tiresome, so heavy to carry--my grammar, my sacred history--seemed to me now ...
<< Start < Prev 1 2 3 Next > End >>
Copyright © 2007-2012 resources-teachers.com All Rights Reserved || Privacy Policy
RocketTheme Joomla Templates