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The World Almanac for Kids Workbook: 1st Grade

By Molly Smith,, Christine Economos,,and Lynn Brunelle

8-1/2 x 11 in; includes sticker sheet, full-color illustrations, ages 5-7
Paperback
December 2010
ISBN 9780811877022
ISBN10 0811877027

SKU# 9780811877022

$12.99
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Guarantee school success with the help of the No. 1selling kids' almanac! This engaging workbook is packed with educational brainteasers that will help children practice the skills needed for academic success. Activities cover all major subject areasear...
The World Almanac for Kids Workbook: 1st Grade


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The World Almanac for Kids Workbook: 1st Grade

Guarantee school success with the help of the No. 1selling kids' almanac! This engaging workbook is packed with educational brainteasers that will help children practice the skills needed for academic success. Activities cover all major subject areasearly reading, math, and scienceand even address school skills, such as following directions and participating in class. Exercises include recognizing letters, matching letter sounds, counting objects, and identifying animals, plants, and more. A sticker sheet adds an extra element of fun!

 

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8-1/2 x 11 in; includes sticker sheet, full-color illustrations, ages 5-7
Paperback
December 2010
ISBN 9780811877022
ISBN10 0811877027

Molly Smith is an editor and writer of children's nonfiction, activity books, and games. She has also worked extensively with teachers and curriculum developers to create textbooks for the primary grades. She lives with her husband and daughters in Connecticut.

Christine Economos is a writer and educator at the American Museum of Natural History in New York City.

Lynn Brunelle is a former classroom teacher, a best-selling children's book author, and an Emmy Award-winning writer. She lives with her husband and two sons near Seattle.