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Houghton Mifflin Reading: Grade 1, Theme 8: Johnny Appleseed
Johnny Appleseed. Meet the Author Patricia Demuth grew up in a small town in Iowa. She had lots of time to play outside with her five brothers and three sisters. When she wasn't out exploring, she was reading. The time she spent as a child on her family's sheep farm still inspires her writing today. Three of her first four books were set on farms.[PDF]
Johnny Appleseed - CMS管理系統
Many years passed. Johnny planted apple trees everywhere. People started to call him, Johnny Appleseed. One day, he came back to the place he had planted the first seed. It was a big tree now. A girl was swinging between it. That night Johnny stayed with the girl’s family. He told them the stories. Everybody liked Johnny. “Stay with us,” they said.
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Apr 21, 2016This story about John Chapman/Johnny Appleseed by Patricia Demuth is a Level 1 reader. This means that it is intended for children Preschool to First Grade. Level 1 books have "very few lines per page, very large type, easy words, lots of repetition, and pictures with visual "cues" to help children figure out the words on the page."4.1/5(8)Price: $3Brand: Scott ForesmanAuthor: Scott Foresman[PDF]
Name of Story Author Lexile Type of Story - jones
Houghton Mifflin - 1st Grade Name of Story Author Lexile Type of Story Seasons Michael Medearis 240L NonFiction Johnny Appleseed Patricia Demuth 170L Biography When I Am Old With You Angela Johnson AD730L RealisticFiction The New Friend Maria Puncel 380L RealisticFiction
The Houghton Mifflin Reading, Grade 1, Johnny Appleseed
The Houghton Mifflin Reading, Grade 1, Johnny Appleseed Common Core Standards resource is a teacher resource that supports both the Houghton Mifflin Reading and Houghton Mifflin Medallions English Language Arts adoptions and is aligned to the Common Core Standards.
Johnny Appleseed | Book by Patricia Brennan Demuth
But Johnny Appleseed was a real man. He lived in America about 200 years ago. Back then, most part of America had no apple trees. Johnny Appleseed got an idea: to plant apple trees all over! So he set out. Find out more about him when you read Johnny Appleseed. And next time you eat an apple, think of Johnny. Take a big bite. And say “Thanks!”.[PDF]
Correlation of Leveled Readers to Houghton Mifflin Reading
Theme 8.3 Johnny Appleseed The Story of Juan Bobo Juan Bobo Rachel Carson George Washington Carver Special Friends Theme 9.1 When I Am Old With You Lets Play Today! Come Play With Me Friends Online The Story Box Theme 9.2 The New Friend New
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Johnny Appleseed - Wikipedia
John Chapman (September 26, 1774 – March 18, 1845), better known as Johnny Appleseed, was an American pioneer nurseryman who introduced apple trees to large parts of Pennsylvania, Ontario, Ohio, Indiana, and Illinois, as well as the northern counties of present-day West Virginia.Born: John Chapman, September 26, 1774, Nationality: AmericanDied: March 18, 1845 (aged 70), Fort Wayne, Indiana, U.S.Occupation: Missionary and gardener
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