Abby thinks folding laundry is boring. Very boring. There are washing machines and dryers. There must be folding machines, too! Team up with Abby and Cousin Miko as they invent the Foldibot. Share Abby’s joy as she earns her SECOND patent!
Tired of coloring with broken crayons, Abby invents the world’s first unbreakable crayons. She even gets a patent to prove it. Through Abby’s failures and eventual success, she playfully introduces young readers to the scientific method. This book also contains a fun activity page, encouraging young readers to create their own unbreakable crayons.
Help your learners practice Addition / Subtractionfact fluency with these fact family packets.
The packet includes include 115 pages of fact family house practice for each family from one through 12. There are towers of practice problems at the end of each family and review garden worksheets from all the families.
Jump start your learner’s critical thinking and philosophical reading skills with the books in this bundle from Eric Kesselman. include The Existential Giraffe, The Moribund Mouse, The Perspicacious Penguin, The Nihilistic Sea Otter, and The Dog Who Remembered Tomorrow. Get all five in this one bundle pack for 10% less than buying them individually.
Bam Robert’s is having a rough year. First his parents split up, next the school bully starts picking on him and then a disaster rocks his community. How will he get through the year when being a kid can be so hard?
Engage your mathematical mind to explore all the possibilities with this game from JEM Games. Simply roll the 12 sided die to get your Bullseye number. Then using the numbers from six standard dice to make number sentences that equal the Bullseye number. Earn points for each number sentence found. But the trick is that you’ll be using fractions. Have fun while practicing fraction equivalents, and adding, subtracting, multiplying and dividing fractions.
When was the last time you really felt listened to? Even more important, when was the last time you listened to someone else? Think about the relationships in your life. How many times have conflicts and arguments arisen because of a simple breakdown in communication?
For relationships to grow and prosper, we must truly listen to each other. Through this book you will learn the answer to some essential questions related to communication and relationship building:
Am I listening as often as I should?
Am I listening as effectively as I could?
How can I improve my listening so that I can improve my relationships?
This book is suitable for high school through adults