Teaching Community through The Little House by Virginia Lee Burton.
The Roanoke Valley Preservation Foundation and the City of Roanoke Planning Building and Development Department have partnered to create a workbook of easily implemented lesson plans related to the teachings of The Little House, written and illustrated by Virginia Lee Burton, for the second grade classroom. Funded in part by a grant from the Virginia Department of Historic Resources, this 1943 Caldecott Award winner is the perfect vehicle for teaching children about community. Download the entire workbook and associated lesson plan templates below
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Permission is granted to duplicate work from this book for classroom use, with proper credit given to the Roanoke Valley Preservation Foundation, the City of Roanoke, and the Virginia Department of Historic Resources.
Lesson 1: Photo Printout
Lesson 6: Timeline
Lesson 6: Cover
Lesson 7: Recycling