Home, home on the range,
where the deer and the antelope play.
where seldom is heard a discouraging word,
and the skies are not cloudy all day.
I remember singing this song in the car when I was little as we drove across the plains and through the mountains on our family vacation. I would imagine a covered wagon, horses and a little girl my age with her family riding across the frontier.
Well now there is the perfect book and song for you to share with your students from Cantata Learning as they learn about what makes a prairie home peaceful too.
Home on the Range is retold by Steven Anderson, illustrated by Maxime Lebrun and the music arranged and produced by Erik Koskinen.
In fact, you can even listen to the song here.
Part of the lesson includes an exercise in writing a poem that includes three facts about ranges.
eduBuncee to create their digital postcard.
You can find out more about PebbleGo here.
National Park Service Children's Corner gives students access to information on dozens of National Parks around the United States. With these resources and Home on the Range, they will be ready to create a beautiful Buncee of a special location within the United States.
If you click on the video box in the corner, you will be able to sing along to Home on the Range.
Once the postcards are complete, these can be shared or even stitched together in Buncee creating a collaborative, classroom Buncee to share.
Read more about stitching here.
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