Pepper's Letters of Correspondence can be used for creative assignments, in-class tests and year-long assessment records. Each student can be a pen pal to Pepper! And each student can help Pepper respond to her pen pals. Pepper's letters encourage students to write and read creatively to each other, and give teachers and students a year-long record of their progress in written conversational language.
In a pocket book and a board game Pepper enables students to remember some of the most common phrases they may need to be polite and to get help. The board game also includes forty common verbs and prepositions and will have students reading, hearing and saying Spanish words and phrases to each other.
Pepper's New Class Nameplates in Spanish, French and English
Pepper brings you twelve nameplate designs and one blank design for anyone who wishes to design their own picture. The twelve pictures are: Pepper dancing, playing a violin, playing basketball, playing baseball, walking in the autumn/fall, flying a kite, rowing a boat, reading a book, walking in the snow, toasting marshmallows, standing in the rain, and Pepper waving.The nameplates are available in color and in black and white to be colored by students.
Genesis, Chapter 1, with Pepper. What would you draw?
The goal is to have students read and think for themselves about the words of Genesis, Chapter 1. There are two booklets. One contains only the words of Genesis, Chapter 1, and a few prompting questions and has room for students to write and draw. It can be used on its own.
Happy Easter from the United States! In Easter in the United States or Pepper and Bunny Celebrate" Pepper helps students learn how and why Easter is celebrated in the United States. Pepper is observing Holy Week and Easter Week. These two weeks celebrate the last few days of the life of Jesus Christ and His resurrection.
Day of the Dead with Pepper or El Día de los Muertos
Pepper helps students learn how and why El Dia de los Muertos is celebrated on November 1st and 2nd in Mexico. It is a time to remember and cherish loved ones who have died, to celebrate their lives and to enjoy some festive traditions. Spanish vocabulary for the holiday is included.
Join Pepper in an activity to have students thinking about what they personally can realistically do to help the environment on Earth Day and every day. It is for use as a quick, stand-alone thinking exercise, or as an introduction or supplement to your own class Earth Day projects.
Easter in France or Pepper and the Flying Bells with French Vocabulary