We hope everyone has had a wonderful start to 2019! It finally appears that winter is finally showing its true colors with the snow that is hitting us here in Maryland. The new lessons for the new year are getting us very excited for everything that is coming up for REV and our typers!
This January, we have a little bit of everything. We've got a biography on Temple Grandin, a remarkable woman who has become known for sharing about her experiences as an autistic woman. With the NFL playoffs beginning, we have a sports lesson on the history of the Super Bowl. There is a literary lesson on five types of fiction that don't always get discussed but have spawned many of the most loved books in history. We also have a debate with our hot topic lesson on whether or not animals should be kept in zoos. Our split-stencil lesson for the month is a biography lesson on children's author Beverly Cleary. Be sure to check out her books while going over this lesson!
Here's what is new in our library this month:
Temple Grandin's School Age Years
Five Types of Fiction
History of the Super Bowl
Should Animals Be Kept in Zoos?
Who is Beverly Cleary? (designed for making choices or using split-alphabet stencil)
College professor, inventor, and autism spokesperson. Learn all about the childhood and education of the incredible Temple Grandin, one of the first people on the autism spectrum to publicly discuss their experiences.
While most people think of fiction writing as either genre or literary fiction, learn all about five more special distinctions in fictions.
The Championship of the National Football League, the Super Bowl has turned into the largest sporting event in the United States. Learn about it's h