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Grade 3 Ages 7 9 Math Reading Writing Practice Workbook HomeSchool Ready 3000

Author : Teresa Marek
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KewlActiveMinds(TM) Workbooks and Practice Worksheets are immersive self-study tools that encourage and stimulate your child’s mind, while at the same time letting them have fun learning! Each section is devoted to a specific task, with a structured format to avoid distractions and short enough problems to hold attention. Very easy to use and understand to teach your child with simple, clear lessons and easy to follow exercises presented in an interactive way. A fun and challenging approach to plant the seeds of eagerness to learn and to keep your child’s mind sharp. Use daily, a page or two, to keep your child engaged, not taking too long so children don’t get bored while building a child’s capabilities and confidence! The Books a great addition to regular learning routines and a good method for parents to cope with distance learning. BENEFITS Through completing questions we hope to enhance your child’s comprehension, active use and development of: • REASONING • PROBLEM SOLVING • COMMUNICATION • CONFIDENCE • MOTIVATION EASY TO USE & ADDITIONAL RESOURCES The books are designed to be easy to use, with sequentially numbered Questions and Answer Keys at the end of each Part to allow you to flip back and forth quickly. QR Codes for your smartphone take you to Parent Resources that provide additional support! BONUS CONTENT 1. Success Tracking Sheets - Recording sheets are included to help track a child’s progress through the Book and for individual sections, to show how they progress over time. 2. Parts Quizzes - Mixed question quizzes are included at the end of every Part to show how well your child has grasped the concepts throughout the material. 3. Downloadable Resources - You can use clear overlay sheets to preserve the practice worksheets and download additional Tracking Sheets as a means of cost-effective use of learning resources.

Grade 3 Ages 7 9 Math Reading Writing Practice Workbook Vol1 3000 Questions

Author : Teresa Marek
File Size : 33.9 MB
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KewlActiveMinds(TM) Workbooks and Practice Worksheets are immersive self-study tools that encourage and stimulate your child’s mind, while at the same time letting them have fun learning! Each section is devoted to a specific task, with a structured format to avoid distractions and short enough problems to hold attention. Very easy to use and understand to teach your child with simple, clear lessons and easy to follow exercises presented in an interactive way. A fun and challenging approach to plant the seeds of eagerness to learn and to keep your child’s mind sharp. Use daily, a page or two, to keep your child engaged, not taking too long so children don’t get bored while building a child’s capabilities and confidence! The Books a great addition to regular learning routines and a good method for parents to cope with distance learning. BENEFITS Through completing questions we hope to enhance your child’s comprehension, active use and development of: • REASONING • PROBLEM SOLVING • COMMUNICATION • CONFIDENCE • MOTIVATION EASY TO USE & ADDITIONAL RESOURCES The books are designed to be easy to use, with sequentially numbered Questions and Answer Keys at the end of each Part to allow you to flip back and forth quickly. QR Codes for your smartphone take you to Parent Resources that provide additional support! BONUS CONTENT 1. Success Tracking Sheets - Recording sheets are included to help track a child’s progress through the Book and for individual sections, to show how they progress over time. 2. Parts Quizzes - Mixed question quizzes are included at the end of every Part to show how well your child has grasped the concepts throughout the material. 3. Downloadable Resources - You can use clear overlay sheets to preserve the practice worksheets and download additional Tracking Sheets as a means of cost-effective use of learning resources.

Year 4 Ages 7 9 Math Reading Writing Practice Workbook Vol1 3000 Questions

Author : Teresa Marek
File Size : 82.57 MB
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KewlActiveMinds(TM) Workbooks and Practice Worksheets are immersive self-study tools that encourage and stimulate your child’s mind, while at the same time letting them have fun learning! Each section is devoted to a specific task, with a structured format to avoid distractions and short enough problems to hold attention. Very easy to use and understand to teach your child with simple, clear lessons and easy to follow exercises presented in an interactive way. A fun and challenging approach to plant the seeds of eagerness to learn and to keep your child’s mind sharp. Use daily, a page or two, to keep your child engaged, not taking too long so children don’t get bored while building a child’s capabilities and confidence! The Books a great addition to regular learning routines and a good method for parents to cope with distance learning. BENEFITS Through completing questions we hope to enhance your child’s comprehension, active use and development of: • REASONING • PROBLEM SOLVING • COMMUNICATION • CONFIDENCE • MOTIVATION EASY TO USE & ADDITIONAL RESOURCES The books are designed to be easy to use, with sequentially numbered Questions and Answer Keys at the end of each Part to allow you to flip back and forth quickly. QR Codes for your smartphone take you to Parent Resources that provide additional support! BONUS CONTENT 1. Success Tracking Sheets - Recording sheets are included to help track a child’s progress through the Book and for individual sections, to show how they progress over time. 2. Parts Quizzes - Mixed question quizzes are included at the end of every Part to show how well your child has grasped the concepts throughout the material. 3. Downloadable Resources - You can use clear overlay sheets to preserve the practice worksheets and download additional Tracking Sheets as a means of cost-effective use of learning resources.

Interpreting Handwriting

Author : Jane Paterson
File Size : 30.40 MB
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Four Square Writing Method for Grades 7 9 eBook

Author : Judy Gould
File Size : 84.36 MB
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Teach writing skills using the Four Square method, which has been proven to work in classrooms just like yours. The Four Square method can be used with all forms of writing and will fit any reading or language arts program. This step-by-step approach is built around a simple graphic organizer that first shows students how to collect ideas and then helps them use those ideas to create clear and polished prose. Open-ended reproducibles make the technique accessible to writers of all ability ranges. Also great for content area writing.

Four Square The Personal Writing Coach for Grades 7 9 eBook

Author : Mary F. Burke
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This book in the popular Four Square series provides a personal coach for students to help them write. Included are 13 themed units designed to meet the interests and abilities of writers in grades 7-9. Each unit brings the prewriting through art, word association, questions, poetry, planning and composition of prose. The exercises will help students learn to be less fearful of writing assignments and actually make them fun! The topics are personal ones young writers will enjoy: themselves, their families and friends, their favorite places to go and things to do, etc.

Writing About Animals in the Age of Revolution

Author : Jane Spencer
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What did British people in the late eighteenth century think and feel about their relationship to nonhuman animals? This book shows how an appreciation of human-animal similarity and a literature of compassion for animals developed in the same years during which radical thinkers were first basing political demands on the concept of natural and universal human rights. Some people began to conceptualise animal rights as an extension of the rights of man and woman. But because oppressed people had to insist on their own separation from animals in order to claim the right to a full share in human privileges, the relationship between human and animal rights was fraught and complex. This book examines that relationship in chapters covering the abolition movement, early feminism, and the political reform movement. Donkeys, pigs, apes and many other literary animals became central metaphors within political discourse, fought over in the struggle for rights and freedoms; while at the same time more and more writers became interested in exploring the experiences of animals themselves. We learn how children's writers pioneered narrative techniques for representing animal subjectivity, and how the anti-cruelty campaign of the early 1800s drew on the legacy of 1790s radicalism. Coleridge, Wordsworth, Clare, Southey, Blake, Wollstonecraft, Equiano, Dorothy Kilner, Thomas Spence, Mary Hays, Ignatius Sancho, Anna Letitia Barbauld, John Oswald, John Lawrence, and Thomas Erskine are just a few of the writers considered. Along with other canonical and non-canonical writers of many disciplines, they placed nonhuman animals at the heart of British literature in the age of the French Revolution.

Reading and Writing for Individuals with Down Syndrome

Author : Sue Buckley
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The New Midlife Self Writing

Author : Emily O. Wittman
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In The New Midlife Self-Writing, Wittman treats recent self-writing by Rachel Cusk, Roxane Gay, Sarah Manguso, and Maggie Nelson, carefully situating these vital midlife works within the history of self-writing. She argues that they renew and redirect the autobiographical trajectories characteristic of earlier self-writing by switching their orientation to face the future and by celebrating midlife as a growing season, a time of Bildung. In each chapter, writer-by-writer, she demonstrates how the midlife self-writers in question trace confident and future-oriented paths through the past, rejecting triumphalism and complicating both identity and individualism, just as they refine and redefine genres. Exploring these midlife self-writers as chroniclers of Generation X’s midlife in particular, Wittman coins the term "digital absence" to map their unique relationship to new forms of knowledge and knowledge gathering in an Information Age that they are both of and set apart from. She theorizes that their works share a "pedagogical style," a style characterized by clarity, exposition, and classical rhetoric, as well as a concern with the classroom, offering a warrant for reading them in pedagogical terms in concert with traditional scholarly approaches. Furthermore, Wittman presents readers with a look ahead at the future of midlife self-writing as well as self-writing overall, concluding that we might be looking at the scholarship of the future.

Teaching Children with Dyslexia

Author : Philomena Ott
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Teaching Children with Dyslexia is essential reading for any teacher, Special Educational Needs Co-ordinator or teaching assistant who wants an insider's account of what dealing successfully with dyslexia entails. Written by one of the most well-regarded practitioners in the field with over twenty-five years' experience, this book is packed full with photocopiable exercises, activities and recommendations for resources, tests, teaching methods, advice and suggestions for strategies and techniques that are instantly transferable to classroom environments. This essential teaching companion includes chapters on: how to spot dyslexia screening and assessment tests why it does not have to be hell to learn to spell strategies for success for reluctant writers meeting the challenge of dyslexia in adolescence. Written specifically to bolster teachers' confidence and empower them with the key to unlocking literacy problems in their most challenging pupils, this resource book should be on the shelf of every staff room.