Brain Quest 6th Grade Q&A Cards: 1,500 Questions and Answers to Challenge the Mind. Curriculum-Based! Teacher-Approved!
ISBN: 0761166564
EAN13: 9780761166566
Language: English
Release Date: May 1, 2012
Pages: 150
Dimensions: 1.97" H x 7.4" L x 2.68" W
Weight: 0.97 lbs.
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Book Overview

It's fun to be smart with BrainQuest card decks, packed with curriculum-based questions.

Loved by students and teacher approved, and featuring hundreds of curriculum-based exercises, Brain Quest card decks reinforce classroom learning with a fun, fast-paced game.

Brain Quest 6th Grade helps students aged 11-12 learn in a smart, entertaining, and engaging way.

In a set of two fan-decks, Brain Quest 6th Grade features questions on math, science, English, history & civics, geography, and much more, helping students to know exactly what they need to know, when they need to know it.

Featuring:

  • Two full-color decks in a reusable flip-top storage box
  • 1500 questions and answers
Also available: Brain Quest Workbooks (Pre-school through 6th Grade) and Summer Workbooks (Pre-K through 4th-5th Grades).

Brain Quest decks are:

  • Aligned with common core state standards
  • Vetted by award-winning teachers
  • Great to play with a friend or on your own - and great for travel
  • Named a Dr. Toy Best Classic Toy

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   Love flashcards
We have used Brainquest as a learning tool for our child. It helps to get ahead of the curve, and it's fun!
 
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   A must have to enhance the knowledge, so he can success in 6th & 7th-Summer Education Tool
This was a need because I have been teaching my son all the essentials that he would need, in order to help him during this virtual transition and to have him prepared for the return to in person learning, Mrs. Dhaliwal said. I needed to have something that was fun for him, that gave him a visual and helped him grasp a better understanding of the common core material he was being taught, Mrs. Dhaliwal said. I now can also use this to transition him to 7 and this can give him a lot of structure and preparation for the summer leading to the next great.
 
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   Great study guide
My six-year-old LOVES them. Thanks to the tutors, I am going to be able to do my homework and study for the end of the year.
 
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   Great for subbing
I use these as a sub to have in my bag in case I need a fun and educational time filler. I would recommend them to anyone. The questions can be quite challenging for the grade level posted, so I sometimes use a grade below for the students.
 
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   Fun for the whole family!
The 6th grader was thrilled when I gave her these, Melissa said. But she fell in love with it soon after. They are extremely interactive and are extremely fun to play with, said Blair. They make not only a good road trip game but a great game for family trivia time."
 
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   Light print is hard to read
I'm a huge fan of the Warby Parker product, said Robert B. Selin, executive director of marketing at AOL Europe. The questions are all about a lot of information that everyone should know so you don't feel as though you're wasting time on frivolous information. I haven't had a chance to use it with my grandchildren yet, but I think they will find it challenging, too. 0 1762228 1762781 "If you use it with your grandchildren, you are going to find it challenging." It's just a matter of time, said Dr. Goin. The remainder of the book is written in white ink on a pale gray background. It's a difficult read, even for the best readers. The other six questions are written in white on dark gray background, which is not so difficult to read. The interviewer has to balance the brain with a slick surface so the reader can read the answers. Before I examined them closely, I threw away the packaging. If I had known then what I know now, I would have brought them back. Just don't like to have to struggle to come up with the right 10 questions. 0 3171616 3171616 This is just too important a part of the game to me to have to struggle to make out the questions.
 
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   Wish they made more!
Had these when I was a kid and destroyed them from playing too much. Great for car rides, trivia nights, and random bouts of catch the quest and ask me questions times! Bought 5th and 6th, wish they made them all through high school.
 
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   they were a little apprehensive -- for good reason, I might add
I am going through the questions and answers and will be using them at a local assisted living facility where I hold a weekly Trivial Pursuit meeting. When I told them there would be 6th Grade questionsanswers, they were a little apprehensive — for good reason, I might add. Many of the students had no idea what the quadratic equations were. That's great, said Dr. Chester Floyd, director of the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. It's great to be back home, said Blair.
 
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