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(Geography, Culture and Travel for Children)
Ages 6 to 10 Years of Age
Kevin and Kizmo travel to Japan with the family. Kizmo is Kevin's pet chimpanzee. Kizmo stays out of trouble on this trip, but not before getting into trouble at home. Children get to experience travel adventures as you read to them. Kevin's family visits the city of Tokyo, Mt. Fuji, a martial arts competition, a Japanese school for children and more, including the famous snow monkeys.
Learn how to use technology to improve your homeschool, gain more freedom, and connect better with your kids with inside tips from an experienced homeschool dad!
The Ultimate Guide for Using Technology in Homeschool is filled with all the information you need to take your homeschool to the next level by using technology.
• Discover new ways to use multimedia to overcome learning or subject challenges.
• Find new freedom in your homeschool family through using technology the right way.
• Learn ways to keep your kids safer online.
• Connect with your kids and gain insight into their world through social media.
• Learn how to choose the right computer and operating system.
• Discover how to setup a home or mobile network.
Take the "Smarty" approach to the research process with Smarty’s "Twelve Step Guide to Writing A Theme-base Research Paper (the Montgomery Bus Boycott of 1955). This twelve step guide to writing the theme-base research paper on the Montgomery Bus Boycott of 1955 takes the stress out of developing a subject for the research paper. It is easy to follow. Examples are provided for each step of the process. In addition, a valuable resource section is provided consisting of research definitions, pictures, a bibliography of great references on the boycott, a research scramble, and a poem that provides a quick overview of the boycott. Students will learn how to write a research paper. In addition, students will learn about one of the most important events in American history-- the Montgomery Bus Boycott of 1955.
Do you like a story where a brave knight mounts his steed and saves a damsel in distress and the two of them live happily ever after? Well Michael Mattingly sure doesn't! He's writing the stories around here, and he likes his stories to be completely ridiculous!
Join Michael and his seven-foot-tall purple dragon friend Boris as they embark on adventures through the strangest landscapes possible, meeting talking beans and polar bears and anything else you could dream up. On this particular day Michael and Boris must find and slay a TERRIBLE monster! Do they have what it takes? Will they survive? And can they finish before lunch?
"The Ridiculous Adventures of Michael Mattingly: The TERRIBLE Monster" can be read by kids ages 8-11, and enjoyed by anyone who likes a ridiculous story.
A roomful of singing, swooping birds, muffin crumbs covering all surfaces, and a little girl called Charlie realizing that you can sometimes have too much of a good thing!
A gorgeously illustrated and charming story about Charlie and her friend Maggie, an Australian Magpie.
Charlie adores Maggie and would like her friend to come and live in her room. Maggie prefers her nest in the tree but gives her a golden egg instead.
This egg soon hatches and a little Maggie emerges. Together they develop a unique friendship and do lots of fun things together. Charlie soon however receives many more golden eggs...
If your child enjoys books by Mo Willems, Julia Donaldson, Dr. Seuss, and Lynley Dodd, they are sure to love 'A Golden Egg for Charlie'. It is a picture book featuring 32 pages, each separately illustrated and is written in rhyming couplets. It introduces the element of counting, from one to sixteen. Content is appropriate for children that have preschool or kindergarten age and for early and emerging readers.
Can’t find the right science project idea? Want to supplement your child’s education at home?
Evans' collection of over 40 of the coolest “kid approved” science projects are guaranteed to light up your child’s eyes and spark their imaginations. The book is geared towards elementary and middle school students, but can always be adjusted for more complex high school projects.
Drawing experiment ideas from Bill Evans’s collection of fun and educational science projects is a great start to getting young children interested in science in a way that feels like games. You can choose from a variety of exciting experiments that cover different areas of science including projects in biology, physics and chemistry.
All projects require parental supervision, which makes them a great opportunity to build a stronger relationship between parents and children and share a unique experience together.
An outstanding collection of lesson-teaching fairy tales, as told by Kurt Zimmerman. Over 60 full-color photos and illustrations help tell these fun and entertaining stories. These are all original tales, written to teach and inspire his own children and grandchildren! The titles included in this volume are:
The Patient Princess
The Last American Dragon
The Magic Coins
The Trouble with Trolls
The Spoiled Prince
The Shy Knight
The Princess with Two Mothers
A Brother's Wish
The Swineherd is a fairy tale by Hans Christian Andersen published in 1841. It tells of a prince who disguised himself as a swineherd to win the heart of a haughty princess.
This edition includes remarkable illustrations created by Heinrich Lefler, an Austrian artist of Art Nouveau style. The Swineherd with Lefler’s illustrations was first published in Wien in 1897.
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This ebook features a colorful, full screen design optimized for Kindle Fire HD. It can be viewed also on Kindle eInk devices except old models: Kindle 1, 2, DX; Kindle 3 needs a firmware update to ver. 3.4.
“Tales of The Friendly Forest” is a colorfully illustrated collection of fairy tales for children. The book contains ten instructive fairy stories about the adventures of kind and funny inhabitants of the forest: the traveling Hedgehog, the hare Turbo, the wolf Straight Tail and other great beasts. These tales teach the children friendship, humanity and respect to each other, the ability to perceive everything in positive manner and create good mood.