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See it! Sing it! Color it! Remember it! Struggling to learn the times tables? Times to Remember will help you learn those pesky facts once and for all.
Open to any of the beautiful picture rhymes and begin learning immediately. Look how 6 and 9 (6x9) have turned into flamingos. They’re catching “fish galore”. Hmm...sounds like 54! See eights with wings. They are buzzing bees leaving their honey hive. “8x8 go out the sticky door, 8x8 equals 64!” It’s so easy. Wait a minute. Not so fast.
Drama Start 2 is a collection of drama activities and plays suitable for children between the ages of nine and twelve. This book is also suitable for anyone working with children in a setting where drama is used, such as community groups, out-of-school care facilities, therapeutic group work and so on.
Kids and adults alike love this charming story of a cat that just won’t give up in his search for a new family! Ocho and Ono are not excited about the idea of letting another kitty friend into their perfect lives, but Tiger refuses to take no for an answer.
You’ll cherish the clever rhymes, the engaging artwork, and the unforgettable story about how three cats become great friends. Be prepared for your kids to ask for this story over and over again!
Little Red Hen had a busy summer planting seeds, watering the soil, digging up the weeds, and harvesting the grain. Whenever she asked the dog, cat, and duck to help, they always had excuses. A crisis occurred—a wicked fox captured the goose. When Little Red Hen went to her three friends, they again made excuses, so she went to the next farm, and Brown Dog helped her rescue the goose.
Finally, harvest was over and Little Red Hen baked delicious bread which she shared with Brown Dog and the goose. When the scent of the bread reached her three friends, they asked if they could have some. Little Red Hen refused to share her bread with her lazy friends because they refused to share the work. This retelling of the classic tale demonstrates that you should not expect favors if you refuse to work.
Age Level: 3 - 8 | Grade Level: P - 3
New experiences can be challenging for anyone, and for children they can literally turn their world upside down.
In "The Tambourine Queen," Grace is upset when she learns that her family is moving to a new city. With the support of her parents and the passing of time, Grace sees that life really can be good on the other side of change.
Age Level: 2 - 8
Here is Whats Inside...
- The Cognitive Domain: Activities that will Make Your Toddlers Smart
- The Affective Domain: Activities that can Help Kids Better in Socialization
- The Psychomotor Domain: Activities that Aid in Physical Development
- Active Play and Well-Rounded Development
- Much, much more!
Age Level: 6 - 11 | Grade Level: 1 - 5
“A Kid’s Book About Knights: The Armor, Knighthood, Code of Chivalry, & More of the Middle Ages Warrior" lets kids get a taste of the mystery and magic of medieval knights with vibrant photographs and drawings that display brilliantly on Kindles, iPads, PCs and many other tablet devices.
In this children's book about medieval knights, kids will discover fun facts about a knight’s armor, his swords, his horses, knighthood (how a boy became a knight), a knight’s honor, the Code of Chivalry, and much more medieval history about knights.
Age Level: 9 - 18 | Grade Level: 4 - 12
A resource for those looking for review or instruction on figures from world history, the People to Know series serves kids of all ages, students, teachers, parents and anyone who wants a class supplement or refresher course in history. Middle Ages focuses on key historical characters from 500 to 1300 A.D. Each person has a concise, one-page summary with an illustration, so this is perfect for a student needing review or anyone who wants to brush up on Medieval history.
Age Level: 10 - 18 | Grade Level: 6 - 12
A strange rock in the forest. A mysterious crystal. A full moon. An ancient secret.
How do you find your way home when you've never left?
When Jack and Kaya see a dazzling white light shining from a giant rock in the forest, it takes them on an adventure to a place both familiar and yet like nowhere they know. But where exactly are they? And can they find their way back in time?
The Stone Gate is a young adult fantasy adventure that explores the issue of climate change in a unique and exciting way.
A seaside holiday - and a thrilling mystery for Jill. What on earth is her brother Tony up to? Why is he being so secretive about his new friend Sam [getting on the wrong side of Dad in the process] - and why are they looking for the boy with a fringe? When Jill takes up the trail with best friend Lindy, it leads the girls straight into danger...
"Far better than the run-of-the-mill adventure story" - THE GOOD BOOK GUIDE TO CHILDREN'S BOOKS
RJ Spencer is a lucky 12 year old. He lives in the big city and his parents are landlords of the high-rise apartment building that is his home. The many tenants in the building, along with the endless possibilities of adventures in the city itself, are the perfect setting for the young detective as he sets out to solve every case he can get his hands on.
In this mystery, RJ and his younger pal Joey come upon Mr. Porter, the new tenant in 3B, while he is trying to maneuver a very large and mysterious crate into his apartment. What is inside the mysterious box and will RJ and Joey solve the mystery without blowing their cover?
Age Level: 7 - 17 | Grade Level: 3 - 10
A haunting mist sits on the harbor beneath Secora Tor.
It hides a secret that only Captain Marshall, accomplished military figure and heir to the greatest explorer in the kingdom’s history, can unlock. When he receives a cryptic message from a shocking source, the stoic otter sets out on a dangerous journey to save his queen, never suspecting that McKinley the Marauder, notorious pirate and general miscreant, might have ambitions that could put his mission at risk.
Now, accompanied by a gypsy mercenary, a dishonored knight, and a family of thieves – and tailed by the evil wolf Baron Von Ulric – the Captain finds their paths converging in an uneasy alliance, becoming a race against time as they travel through mythical tales to the legendary island of Mosque Hill, each of them hoping to reach an ancient artifact before it is too late. Each of them desperate to stay ahead of the secrets that they keep.
What will they lose along the way?
And where will they turn when they realize that nothing is as it seems?
This is a short fairy tale that introduces the concepts involved in fluid mechanics. It helps build an intuitive understanding, without any equations, symbols, or story problems. This intuition lays the foundation for further problem solving and success in physics. Once you understand the concepts and can reason about them logically, applying the equations becomes much easier.
This story is geared towards the content covered in an AP physics or an introductory college course, but rather than inundate you with equations it simply focuses on the ideas in an engaging, entertaining way.
If you plan to take a physics class, this will help you prepare. If you hate physics, this might be interesting and help you learn some of the fundamental ideas.
The story introduces these fundamental concepts:
Most math instruction comes to students in pre-packaged lessons, where the learning outcomes are often stated to students in advance, and the instruction is staged to align with some distant test question. In that scenario there’s little for the student to discover but a barrage of math facts presented with repetitive problem sets. It’s an unnatural process that tends to starve the brain, leading to a kind of hollow instruction. Discovering Mathematical Thought: Growing the Math Side of the Brain is an activities-based approach to training the mind to observe fundamental mathematical concepts. Math reasoning is then encouraged by extending those concepts to a variety of problem situations. Recommended for students grades 4-8.