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Mar112014

Core-Compatible Teacher's Curriculum Guide to NAKED!

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I'm excited to announce that the Teacher's Guide to NAKED! is now available. Thanks to educational consultant and picture book writer, Marcie Colleen, for putting together this Core-compatible classroom guide. 

This guide is designed for students in preschool through third grade. It offers activities to help teachers integrate Naked! into English language arts (ELA), mathematics, science and social studies curricula. Art and drama are used as a teaching tool throughout the guide. All activities were created in conjunction with relevant content standards in ELA, math, science, social studies, art, and drama.

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