How hard can it be?I didn't think this would be hard. J is for Jamestown. V is for Virginia Beach. B is for Blue Ridge Mountains...no, B is for Brook Trout...no, B is for Big-Eared Bat. Maybe Brook Trout can go under T, so I can put Big-Eared Bat for B. Then, I realized I should do Tabacco or Tiger Swallowtail Butterfly. Oh no, that could be another B word...or could it be an I word for "insect?" Maybe it can be more than one thing. Oh goodness, maybe this would be harder than I thought.
Where would I get pictures?
I started thinking I would use clip art. Silly, I know. Then, I decided I'd use clip art and pictures. I looked through my own photo albums and friend's photo albums and on-line photo albums. Thank Goodness for pixabay.com. I have also decided everywhere I go in Virginia from now on, I'm taking my camera.
Vowels in Yellow. Consonants in Red.
When the Virginia A to Z set is posted on the wall, students can no only use it for a Virginia reference. Students can use the color borders to reference vowels and consonants. Students can sort posters for industry, geographic features, famous people, famous places, and more.
I could not believe it when I went to Barnes and Noble and found a Virginia book for Easter. Who knew? It mentions places all around our state. The book also contains a great lesson on maps! It lists many big cities and even calls Virginia the "Old Dominion State."
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