ISBN: 1425809243
EAN13: 9781425809249
Language: English
Release Date: Jan 1, 2013
Pages: 248
Dimensions: 0.6" H x 11" L x 8.4" W
Weight: 1.2 lbs.
Format: Paperback
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   Finally a curriculum that works!
This is hands down the best K-12 curriculum I have seen. Homeschooler, I homeschool my 3rd grader and got 5 core subjects. The assignments are well thought out and meet standardized test standards, he said. My son is doing double the work. I'm so grateful for this curriculum, Ms. Kennedy said.
 
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   Answers to stories don’t make sense!
This workbook doesn't make any sense. The page I've uploaded shows my son's missed numbers 1, 2 and 5. So I looked at the answer key and I saw what the answers were. This book is confusing for children and this isn't the only story that's been this way. I'd stay away from this book and look for an alternative.
 
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   Great resource
Six short passages make up for it, Morgenthau said. For students that are overwhelmed by long texts, this is the perfect way to teach them how to go back and underline the answers in text. I give it a B+ because it was a longer text. The students get a point for the question and a point for highlighting the answer in the text.
 
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   Comprehension Issues!
This book is very systematic and I highly recommend it to anyone interested in learning more about medicine. However, I found that the wordage used for my child to answer questions about the story or texts to be very unfriendly or not user-friendly for a 3 year old in the US. I found that I was explaining to my child a lot of the time what specific words meant and why they could in turn try to answer them, Mrs. Rule told the inquiry. I was often disappointed that I could not plug my son into the stories and walk away feeling confident that he could run with it without saying what the hell the word means.
 
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   Useful for review and practice.
I purchased a number of books in this series to use with my boys. They are generally well organized and appropriate for the level of government involvement they target," said Robert Hemenway, IBM's executive vice president. nan
 
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   I would recommend this book
My son is having some trouble reading comprehension so I use this book for extra work. I find it useful for those who need it most. The reading level is 3rd grade and includes fiction and non-fiction.
 
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   Works really well for 3rd grader
This really worked well with our 8 year old who was struggling with reading comprehension. We review them every Friday. His reading and comprehension has improved dramatically. The school will be purchasing the 4th grade version of the book for the 2019-2020 academic year.
 
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   The book is good esp.for those who do not like to read as the texts are very short
I recommend the book to those kids who need extra work and whose parents are not of great help due to a language barrier. The book can be finished in one month, he said.
 
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