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In-Classroom Resource: H is for Home read by Author Amber Antymniuk

Cover of H is for Home A Saskatchewan Alphabet book featuring a white bungalow with green grass and shrubs in front of it. The author's name Amber Antymnuik is at the bottom.

H is for Home: A Saskatchewan Alphabet, read by author and illustrator Amber Antymniuk. Includes pre and post-reading questions for discussion and activities.

Grades

Grade 1 | Grade 2 | K | PreK

Locations

Moose Jaw | North Battleford | Saskatoon | Yorkton

Subjects

Arts Education | ELA

Program Type

In Classroom Resource

H is for Home: A Saskatchewan Alphabet is a story that reigns true for many people in this province and even in this country. With hints of humour woven through a rhyming text, this ABC book will draw in readers, young and old.

This Learning Resources includes a video of author and illustrator Amber Antymniuk reading the story as well as pre and post-reading reflection questions and post-reading prompts for student writing or art.

Cover of H is for Home A Saskatchewan Alphabet book featuring a white bungalow with green grass and shrubs in front of it. The author's name Amber Antymnuik is at the bottom.
H is for Home:
A Saskatchewan Alphabet

By: Amber Antymniuk
Blow Creative Arts logo with stalk of wheat in front of the words and connected to the "t" in arts
 

 
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