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Burst Out Bullying With Chase And Star: Choose to Be Inspirational

by Kathi Flynn

Burst Out Bullying With Star & Chase is the breakout book in the BURST series and belongs to the BURST Out Bullying Character Education Program. To Burst is to be the anti-bully. Burst is an acronym that stands for Build up yourself and others and Be Upstanding, Respectful, Safe, and Tolerant. Teaching children these foundational skills will give them a call to action in the war against bullying. The program is already made up of one picture book, a guide book with additional activities, videos and skits on a YouTube channel, and a wesbite, www.burstoutbullying.com. Burst Out Bullying is different because it was created to be prominent and to inspire young children to not only learn critical social skills, but to embody them, and inspire others to do the same. Burst Out BUllying is also different because it has illustrated characters. An anti-bullying program needs role models to inspire and lead children in a powerful call to action. Burst Out Bullying does this with Star and Chase. They are the Burst Squad Leaders and they are looking for millions of children to stand up for themselves and their peers and join them, to Burst Out Bullying together. In this book, you meet our characters, Star and Chase and see them in scenes with their friends, demonstrating some of the skills being taught and encouraging discussion. Burst Out Bullying will be creating more books in the series with the author, Kathi Flynn and illustrator, Elizabeth Dolce. Please help us get this book and the program into schools world-wide!



Second Grade Social Studies Book 2 Parent Edition – Homeschool Curriculum (Second Grade Homeschool Curriculum)

by Heather Jones

This is the second book in a two book series for the homeschool parent instructor. This homeschool curriculum series has the same quality lessons as Complete Curriculum’s All Aboard Series, but written addressing the homeschool parent and student.

Second Grade student will continue the study of social studies beyond their local community, delving further into geography, civics, government, and economics. Students will get a better understanding of community, democracy, map skills, and the study of people, places and events.



Jokes for Kids: Improve Your Spelling (Vocabulary Builder for Kids Book 7)

by Ravi Sophocure

The book is mainly a word play to make you remember the spelling. It helps you create your own answers as there is no one answer to any question. You may come up with as many answers as you can.

There are 101 jokes in the Section A, and questions in the Section B to test whether or not you can recall what you’ve studied.

You can use this book for self study or to play with your friends. By using the methods with your friends, you are not only improving your word power, but also helping them.

The rules of the game:

1. The keyword in the answer should be from the bold word in the question.

2. The letters in the answer keyword should be in the same order as in the question. If you break the keyword into two, you may change the sequence of the words.

3. Ignore the above and create your own rules.



Life Hacking the Trading World: Beat the Markets by Emulating Professionals

by Travis Smith

Work harder, but not at trading. For less than your morning coffee drink and pastry, you can learn a simpler method to beating the markets and the pros. Life Hacking the Trading World is for traders familiar with ETFs and Options, but who don’t yet have an equity curve demonstrating Alpha. It is a starting point for those who are ready to get serious, and start making money in the markets.

Rather than pursuing the bragging rights associated with inventing your own trading strategy, the author invites you to Plagiarize Alpha by slightly tweaking simple trading systems to generate higher returns with less downside risk. By looking at three well-known strategies, learn how to “Life Hack” your own trading systems — moving you from an amateur to a market-beating trading veteran.

By taking charge and trading your way beyond the averages, you’ll be able to enjoy your morning coffee every day.

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First Grade Science Book 1 Parent Edition – Homeschool Curriculum (First Grade Homeschool Curriculum)

by Jocelyn Farkas

This is the first book in a two book series for the homeschool parent instructor. This homeschool curriculum series has the same quality lessons as Complete Curriculum’s All Aboard Series, but written specifically for the homeschool parent and student. First Grade students will explore and learn about inquiry based science, presenting key concepts; and primary science content expectations, such as the Inquiry Process; Properties of Matter; Organization of Living Things; Observable Characteristics of Heredity; and The Earth Systems.



Second Grade Math Book 1 Parent Ediiton – Homeschool Curriculum (Second Grade Homeschool Curriculum)

by Susan Lattea

This is the first book in a two book series for the homeschool parent instructor. This homeschool curriculum series has the same quality lessons as Complete Curriculum’s All Aboard Series, but written addressing the homeschool parent and student.

Utilizing a very engaging yet systematic approach, this E-Text utilizes hands-on activities as a means for engaging the student. Students will enhance their mental math skills while also exploring and enhancing their understanding of money, graphing, time, number values and more.



365 Days Math Multiplication Series: 2 Digit Multiplicands, 2 Digit Multipliers, Daily Practice Workbook To Improve Mathematics Skills: Maths Worksheets

by Kapoo Stem

Daily Math Multiplication Practice 365 Worksheets

This e-book contains several multiplication worksheets for practice with one multiplicand of 2 digits and one multiplier of 2 digits. These maths problems are provided to improve the mathematics skills by frequent practicing of the worksheets provided.

There is nothing more effective than a pencil and paper for practicing some math skills. These math worksheets are ideal for teachers, parents, students, and home schoolers. This ebook allows you to take print outs of these worksheets instantly or you can save them for later use.

Teachers and home schoolers use the maths worksheets to test and measure the child’s mastery of basic math skills. These math drill sheets can save you precious planning time when homeschooling as you can use these work sheets to give extra practice of essential math skills. Parents use these mathematic worksheets for their kids homework practice too.

You can use the worksheets during the summer to get your children ready for the upcoming school term. Designed for after school study and self study, it is also used by homeschoolers, special needs and gifted kids to add to the learning experience in positive ways. It helps your child excel in school as well as in building good study habits. If a workbook or mathematic textbook is not allowing for much basic practice, these sheets give you the flexibility to follow the practice that your student needs for a curriculum.

These worksheets are not designed to be grade specific for students, rather depend on how much practice they’ve had at the skill in the past and how the curriculum in your school is organized. Kids work at their own level and their own pace through these activities. The learner can practice one worksheet a day, one per week, two per week or can follow any consistent pattern. Make best use of your judgement.



Fourth Grade Math Book 1 Student Edition – Homeschool Curriculum (Fourth Grade Homeschool Curriculum)

by Alicia Jenkins

Providing the same quality content as the Voyages Series, these Homeschool E-Texts are written specifically with the Parent Educator and homeschool student in mind. This Series provides comprehensive content in math. This is one book in a two book Student Edition series and two book Parent Edition series.

A Sampling from the table of contents:

Lesson 1

Place Value to 100,000

Lesson 2

Place Value up to 1,000,000

Lesson 3

Place Value Game

Lesson 4

Reading Large Numbers

Lesson 5

Place Value Review

Lesson 6

Breaking Numbers Apart

Lesson 7

How much is 1,000,000?

Lesson 8

Comparing Numbers

Lesson 9

Comparing Game

Lesson 10

Comparing Numbers Review

Lesson 11

Place Value Writing

Lesson 12

Remembering Place Value

Lesson 13

Place Value Assessment

Lesson 14

Addition for Speed

AND MUCH MORE!



Fourth Grade Science Book 1 Student Edition – Homeschool Curriculum (Fourth Grade Homeschool Curriculum)

by Marge Higdon

Providing the same quality content as the Voyages Series, these Homeschool E-Texts are written specifically with the Parent Educator and homeschool student in mind. This is one book in a two book Student Edition series and two book Parent Edition series.

A Sampling from the table of contents:

BOOK 1 LESSONS 1-90

Lesson 1

What are the parts of an Experiment?

Objectives: Student will look at the form for experiments and recognize them.

Lesson 2

What do we call “things” around us?

Objective: Students will observe things they live with as matter. They will classify and

identify these things.

Lesson 3

Properties of Matter

Objective: Student will learn the ways to identify matter via their properties.

Lesson 4

What is MASS?

Objective: Student will learn what mass means when it is used to define matter in

science.

Lesson 5

The States of Matter

Objective: Students will learn the three states of matter.

Lesson 6

Talking Matter

Objective: Student will read about matter and its states as a review.

Lesson 7

What happens to matter?

Objectives: Critical thinking about what happens to matter.

Lesson 8

Float Away

Objectives: Students will read about density and buoyancy of matter.

Lesson 9

Take another look at Properties

Objective: Students will classify matters in preparation to learning about elements.

Lesson 10

Elements . . . say what?

Objective: Students will consider elements found on earth; what an element is; matter

is made of tiny particles that can be classified, mixed, and combined.

Lesson 11

Elements mixed . . .

Objective: Students will learn about how elements can be mixed but keep their

properties.

Lesson 12

Changing elements into . . .

Objective: Students would look at how elements are used in compounds or mixtures.

Lesson 13

A Scientist

Objective: Students will read information about a scientist.

Lesson 14

The “. . . ology” of it!

Objective: To introduce the students to the English names for field of study in science

and word parts that mean different kinds of science study.

Lesson 15

Physical Changes

Objective: Students will discover how physical change does not change matter.

Lesson 16

What are the ways matter exists?

Objective: Students will review the way matter exist in the world.

Lesson 17

Review . . . matter is

Objective: Students will use their knowledge of matter with a cloze article.

Lesson 18

Physical Change to matter

Objective: Students will observe how matter physically changes states.

Lesson 19

Is there another way to change matter?

Objective: Students will do an experiment to see the affect of a chemical change.

Lesson 20

Chemical Change

Objective: Students will learn the term chemical change and what it includes.

Lesson 21

Energyâ?¦where does it come from?

Objective: Students learn different forms of energyâ?¦motion

Lesson 22

How do forces affect motion?

Objective: Student will be introduced to force and motion and how they are related.

Lesson 23

Forms of Energy

Objective: The student will learn the different forms of energy.

Lesson 24

What helps us do work?

Objective: Students will look at simple machines and how they work.

Lesson 25

What is heat?

Objective: Students will look at how heat is conducted.

Lesson 26

Colors Mixed

Objective: Students will consider where color comes from; light

Lesson 27

What is light?

Objective: To introduce the concepts of what light is.

Lesson 28

How do vibrations make sound?

Objective: The student will do an experiment with sound.

Lesson 29

Energy causes air particles to vibrate

Objective: To learn about the science of sound waves.

Lesson 30

Review forms of energy

Objective: To give the student an opportunity to check their knowledge of the material

presented about energy.

Lesson 31

The makings of living things

Objective: Students will learn that all living things are made up of cells.

Lesson 32

What do we know about living things?

Objective: Students will learn about the cells



Help My Child Learn Math: Kindergarten – Time Book 9 Parent Edition (Help My Child Learn: Kindergarten)

by Susan Lattea

Help My Child Learn Math: Kindergarten – Time Book 9 Parent Edition:

This E-Book is part of an 18 book series providing parents with comprehensive instructional tools to help their child learn math. (Each book has a Parent and Student Edition available).

Book 9

Lesson 81

PARTS OF A CLOCK

Objective: The student will be able to identify the parts of a clock.

Lesson 82

HOUR HAND

Objective: The student will be able to tell time to the hour.

Lesson 83

MINUTE HAND

Objective: The student will be able to identify the minute hand on a clock.

Lesson 84

TELLING TIME WITH AN ANALOG CLOCK

Objective: The student will be able to tell time using an analog clock.

Lesson 85

SHOWING TIME ON AN ANALOG CLOCK

Objective: The student will be able to show time on an analog clock. Count to 100 by ones and

by tens. Count forward beginning from a given number within the known sequence (instead of

having to begin at 1).

Lesson 86

SHOWING TIME ON A DIGITAL CLOCK

Objective: The student will be able to show time on a digital clock.

Lesson 87

WRITING TIME ON A DIGITAL AND ANALOG CLOCK

Objective: The student will review writing time on a digital and analog clock.

Lesson 88

A MINUTE

Objective: The student will identify activities that take less than a minute.

Lesson 89

LESS OR MORE TIME

Objective: The student will identify what activities take less time and what activities take more

time.

Lesson 90

ASSESSMENT FOR LESSONS 81 TO 89

Objectives: To assess the objectives learned in Lessons 81 to 89.



Help My Child Learn Math: Kindergarten – Zero to Five Book 1 Parent Edition (Help My Child Learn: Kindergarten)

by Susan Lattea

Help My Child Learn Math: Kindergarten – Zero to Five Book 1 Parent Edition

This E-Book is part of an 18 book series providing parents with comprehensive instructional tools to help their child learn math. (Each book has a Parent and Student Edition available).

BOOK 1

Lesson 1

COUNTING WITH ZERO AND ONE

Objective: Understand the concept of Zero and One. Count to 100 by ones and by tens. Understand the relationship between numbers and quantities; connect counting to cardinality.

questions about as many as 20 things arranged in a line, a rectangular array, or a circle, or as many as 10 things in a scattered configuration; given a number from 1-20, count out that many objects.

Lesson 2

WRITING AND READING ZERO AND ONE

Objective: Count to 100 by ones and by tens. Write numbers from 0 to 20. Represent a number of objects with a written numeral 0-20 (with 0 representing a count of no objects).

Lesson 3

COUNTING WITH TWO AND THREE

Objective: Count to 100 by ones and by tens. Understand the relationship between numbers and quantities; connect counting to cardinality. a. When counting objects, say the number names in the standard order, pairing each object with one and only one number name and each number name with one and only one objectLesson 4

WRITING AND READING TWO AND THREE

Objective: The student will be able to read and write the numbers two and three. Count to 100 by ones and by tens. Write numbers from 0 to 20. Represent a number of objects with a written numeral 0-20 (with 0 representing a count of no objects).

Lesson 5

COUNTING WITH FOUR AND FIVE

Objective: The student will be able to count four and five objects. Count to 100 by ones and by tens. Write numbers from 0 to 20. Represent a number of objects with a written numeral 0-20

(with 0 representing a count of no objects).. When counting objects, say the number name and each name with one and only one object.. Understand that the last number name said tells the number of objects counted. The number of objects is the same regardless of their arrangement or the order in which they were counted. Understand that each successive number name refers to a quantity that is one larger. Count to answer “how manyLesson 6

WRITING AND READING FOUR AND FIVE

Objective: The student will be able to read and write the numbers four and five. Count to 100 by ones and by tens. Write numbers from 0 to 20. Represent a number of objects with a written numeral 0-20 (with 0 representing a count of no objects).

Lesson 7

SAME, MORE OR FEWER UP TO FIVE

Objective: The student will be able to compare groups of 1 to 5 objects and tell which has the same, more or fewer. Count to 100 by ones and by tens. Write numbers from 0 to 20. Represent a number of objects with a written numeral 0-20 (with 0 representing a count of no objects).

Lesson 8

PUT NUMBERS 0 TO 5 IN ORDER

Objective: The student will be able to place the numbers 0 to 5 in order. Count to 100 by ones and by tens. Write numbers from 0 to 20. Represent a number of objects with a written numeral 0-20 (with 0 representing a count of no objects). Understand that each successive number name refers to a quantity that is one larger.

Lesson 9

ORDINAL NUMBERS FIRST TO FIFTH

Objective: The student will be able to use the words first, second, third, fourth and fifth to place items in order. Count to 100 by ones and by tens. Write numbers from 0 to 20. Represent a number of objects with a written numeral 0-20 (with 0 representing a count of no objects).

Lesson 10

ASSESSMENT FOR LESSONS 1 TO 9

Objectives: To assess the Objectives learned in Lessons 1 to 9. Count to 100 by ones and by tens. Write numbers from 0 to 20. Represent a number of objects with a written numeral 0-20 (with 0 representing a count of no objects).



Help My Child Learn Math: Kindergarten – Twenty-One to Thirty Book 6 Parent Edition (Help My Child Learn: Kindergarten)

by Susan Lattea

Help My Child Learn Math: Kindergarten – Twenty-One to Thirty Book 6 Parent Edition

This E-Book is part of an 18 book series providing parents with comprehensive instructional tools to help their child learn math. (Each book has a Parent and Student Edition available).

Lesson 51

COUNTING WITH TWENTY-ONE, TWENTY-TWO AND TWENTY-THREE

Objective: The student will be able to count to twenty-one, twenty-two and twenty-three. Count to 100 by ones and by tens.

Lesson 52

WRITING AND READING TWENTY-ONE, TWENTY-TWO, TWENTY-THREE

Objective: The student will be able to read and write the numbers twenty-one, twenty-two and twenty-three.

Lesson 53

COUNTING WITH TWENTY-FOUR, TWENTY-FIVE AND TWENTY-SIX

Objective: The student will be able to count to twenty-four, twenty-five and twenty-six. Count to 100 by ones and by tens.

Lesson 54

WRITING AND READING TWENTY-FOUR, TWENTY-FIVE, AND TWENTY-SIX

Objective: The student will be able to read and write the numbers twenty-four, twenty-five and twenty-six.

Lesson 55

COUNTING WITH TWENTY-SEVEN, TWENTY-EIGHT AND TWENTY-NINE

Objective: The student will be able to count to twenty-seven, twenty- Lesson 56

WRITING AND READING TWENTY-SEVEN, TWENTY-EIGHT AND TWENTY-NINE Objective: The student will be able to read and write the numbers twenty-seven, twenty-eight and twenty-nine.

Lesson 57

COUNTING WITH THIRTY

Objective: The student will be able to count to thirty.

Lesson 58

WRITING AND READING THIRTY

Objective: The student will be able to read and write the number thirty.

Lesson 59

PUT NUMBERS 0 TO 30 IN ORDER

Objective: The student will be able to place the numbers 0 to 30 in order.

Lesson 60

ASSESSMENT FOR LESSONS 51 TO 59

Objectives: To assess the objectives learned in Lessons 51 to 59. eight and twenty-nine.



Help My Child Read: Kindergarten – Book 7 Parent Edition (Help My Child Learn: Kindergarten)

by Stacy Arnold

Help My Child Read – Book 7 Parent Edition: This comprehensive E-Book is part of an eighteen book series which helps parents provide comprehensive guidance to their child while learning to read.

Book 7 Includes:

Lesson 61

Callie the Cat

Objective: The student will gain a greater understanding of the following:

Phonics: Auditory Discrimination Spelling: Beginning and Ending Sounds Inventive Spelling

Reading: Tracking

Making text-to-self Connections Story Predictions

Writing: Understanding Writing versus Drawing

Lesson 62

Letter C for Callie

Objective: The student will gain more practice with the following:

Phonics: Auditory Discrimination Spelling: Beginning and Ending Sounds Inventive Spelling

Reading: Tracking

Making Text-to-Self Connections Story Predictions

Writing: Understanding Writing versus Drawing

Lesson 63

Queen Lily’s Duck

Objective: The student will gain more practice with the following:

Phonics: Auditory Discrimination Spelling: Beginning and Ending Sounds Inventive Spelling

Reading: Tracking

Making text-to-self Connections Story Predictions

Writing: Understanding Writing versus Drawing Making Text-to-Self Connections

Writing and Drawing an Informational Piece

Lesson 64

Letter Q for Queen

Objective: The student will gain more practice with the following:

Phonics: Auditory Discrimination Spelling: Beginning and Ending Sounds Inventive Spelling

Reading: Tracking

Making Text-to-Self Connections Story Predictions

Writing: Understanding Writing versus Drawing

Lesson 65

Over and Under

Objective: The student will gain more practice with the following:

Phonics: Auditory Discrimination Spelling: Beginning and Ending Sounds Inventive Spelling

Reading: Tracking

Making Text-to-Self Connections Story Predictions

Writing: Understanding Writing versus Drawing

Lesson 66

Choo, Choo

Objective: The student will gain more practice with the following:

Phonics: Auditory Discrimination Spelling: Beginning and Ending Sounds Inventive Spelling

Reading: Tracking

Making Text-to-Self Connections Story Predictions

Writing: Understanding Writing versus Drawing Making Text-to-Self Connections

Lesson 67 “Ch” Words

Objective: The student will gain more practice with the following:

Phonics: Auditory Discrimination Spelling: Beginning and Ending Sounds Inventive Spelling

Reading: Tracking

Making Text-to-Self Connections Story Predictions

Writing: Understanding Writing versus Drawing Making Text-to-Self Connections

Lesson 68

Thin Thorton

Objective: The student will gain a greater understanding of the following:

Phonics: Auditory Discrimination Spelling: Beginning and Ending Sounds Inventive Spelling

Reading: Tracking

Making Text-to-Self Connections Story Predictions

Writing: Understanding Writing versus Drawing Making Text-to-Self Connections

Lesson 69

“th” Words

Objective: The student will gain more practice with the following:

Phonics: Auditory Discrimination Spelling: Beginning and Ending Sounds Inventive Spelling

Reading: Tracking

Making Text-to-Self Connections Story Predictions

Writing: Understanding writing versus drawing Making Text-to-Self Connections

Lesson 70

Thorton Likes Cherries!

Objective: The student will gain a greater understanding of the following:

Phonics: Auditory Discrimination Spelling: Beginning and Ending Sounds Inventive Spelling

Reading: Tracking

Making Text-to-Self Connections Story Predictions

Writing: Understanding Writing versus Drawing Making Text-to-Self Connections



Help My Child Read: Kindergarten – Book 8 Parent Edition (Help My Child Learn: Kindergarten)

by Stacy Arnold

Help My Child Read – Book 8 Parent Edition: This comprehensive E-Book is part of an eighteen book series which helps parents provide comprehensive guidance to their child while learning to read.

Book 8 Includes:

Lesson 71

The Ship

Objective: The student will gain more practice with the following:

Phonics: Auditory Discrimination Spelling: Beginning and Ending Sounds Inventive Spelling

Reading: Tracking

Making Text-to-Self Connections Story Predictions

Writing: Understanding Writing versus Drawing Making Text-to-Self Connections

Lesson 72

“sh” Words

Objective: The student will gain a greater understanding of the following:

Phonics: Auditory Discrimination Spelling: Beginning and Ending Sounds Inventive Spelling

Reading: Tracking

Making Text-to-Self Connections Story Predictions

Writing: Understanding Writing versus Drawing Making Text-to-Self Connections

Key Vocabulary: sail, ship, race

Lesson 73

White Whale

Objective: The student will gain more practice with the following:

Phonics: Auditory Discrimination Spelling: Beginning and Ending Sounds Inventive Spelling

Reading: Tracking

Making Text-to-Self Connections Story Predictions

Writing: Understanding Writing versus Drawing Making Text-to-Self Connections

Lesson 74

“wh” Words

Objective: The student will gain a greater understanding of the following:

Phonics: Auditory Discrimination Spelling: Beginning and Ending Sounds Inventive Spelling

Reading: Tracking

Making Text-to-Self Connections Story Predictions

Writing: Understanding Writing versus Drawing Making Text-to-Self Connections

Lesson 75

Baa, Baa, Black Sheep

Objective: The student will gain more practice with the following:

Phonics: Auditory Discrimination Spelling: Beginning and Ending Sounds Inventive Spelling

Reading: Tracking

Making Text-to-Self Connections Nursery Rhyme

Writing: Understanding Writing versus Drawing Making Text-to-Self Connections

Key Vocabulary: wool, black, master

Lesson 76

Leaves

Objective: The student will gain more practice with the following:

Phonics: Auditory Discrimination Spelling: Beginning and Ending Sounds Inventive Spelling

Reading: Tracking

Making Text-to-Self Connections Story Predictions

Color Words

Sight words: see, the, I

Writing: Understanding Writing versus Drawing Making Text-to-Self Connections

Lesson 77

It’s Fall!

Objective: The student will gain a greater understanding of the following:

Phonics: Auditory Discrimination Spelling: Beginning and Ending Sounds Inventive Spelling

Reading: Tracking

Making Text-to-Self Connections Story Predictions

Informational Text

Writing: Understanding Writing versus Drawing Making Text-to-Self Connections

Lesson 78

Animals on the Farm

Objective: The student will gain more practice with the following:

Phonics: Auditory Discrimination Spelling: Beginning and Ending Sounds Inventive Spelling

Reading: Tracking

Making Text-to-Self Connections Story Predictions

Sight words: see, the, I

Writing: Understanding Writing versus Drawing Making Text-to-Self Connections

Lesson 79

My Favorite Animal

Objective: The student will gain a greater understanding of the following:

Phonics: Auditory Discrimination Spelling: Beginning and Ending Sounds Inventive Spelling

Reading: Tracking

Making Text-to-Self Connections Story Predictions

Sight words: see, the, I

Writing: Understanding Writing versus Drawing Making Text-to-Self Connections

Lesson 80

Pairs with H

Objective: The student will gain more practice with the following:

Phonics: Auditory Discrimination Spelling: Beginning and Ending Sounds Inventive Spelling

Reading: Tracking

Making Text-to-Self Connections Story Predictions

Writing: Understanding Writing versus Drawing Making Text-to-Self Connections



No B.S. AF Writing

by Stephen Parker

Tired of having to search 12 different sources just to be able to write that great bullet statement only to find out that you missed a something and it is sent back to you for corrections with instructions to look at something else. Check this out and send it through the first time.



School Appeals Explained: A clear guide for parents and carers to help them understand how school appeals work and how to prepare for their School Appeal

by J. Tomlinson

This book is intended to demystify what can be the daunting prospect of a School Admission Appeal. The book provides a clear explanation of how the process works, from the different sorts of School Admission Appeals, to what to expect at the Appeal hearing and how the Appeal Panel makes their decision on each Appeal. The book will give an understanding of the Appeals process to allow parents to make an informed decision on whether they wish to Appeal, and if they do, gives pointers on how to prepare for their Appeal and how best to present their case on the day.

The author has extensive experience working in School Appeals, from clerking individual School Appeals to being responsible for the overall running and co-ordination of the School Appeals Service of a large Local Authority. The author now runs their own Admission Appeal Clerking Service and is also an experienced Independent Admission Appeals Member.



Second Grade Science Book 2 Student Edition – Homeschool Curriculum (Second Grade Homeschool Curriculum)

by Amber Plante

This is the second book in a two book series for the homeschool student. This homeschool curriculum series has the same quality lessons as Complete Curriculum’s All Aboard Series, but written addressing the homeschool parent and student.

Students explore and observe the natural world and living things, use the scientific inquiry process, measure, analyze data, study the properties of matter, heredity and the earth while communicating and sharing ideas.



Springtime Spot and Find (A fun picture recognition ebook for infants)

by Peter Stevens

We all know how important it is to introduce children to books from an early age, babies love to hear your voice and see eye catching pictures. We have been lucky enough to work in schools with the early years age range, gaining ideas and skills along the way to aid our collection of ebooks.

We have a variety of short stories that are suited to very young children. This Springtime book is an enjoyable read which gives the listener a chance to take part in the story telling session. A fun spot and find story with simplictic pictures allowing a child to find objects easily. We have shared this book with our little ones and they have enjoyed it so much they said “again” !



Third Grade Social Studies Parent Edition – Homeschool Curriculum (Third Grade Homeschool Curriculum)

by Susan Lattea

Third Grade Social Studies Parent Edition – Homeschool Curriculum: The student will explore history, geography, government, and economics. Building on prior social studies knowledge and applying new concepts, while preparing the student for higher level studies of their country, study economic regions, geography, Native American roots, European roots, timelines, natural resources and more! 85 Lessons



CPD For Property Professions – A Formal Presentation on Party Walls

by CPD e-learning Limited

A formal one hour presentation on Party Walls. The presentation complies with the CPD regulations of the RICS



Help My Child Learn Math First Grade Parent Edition – Book 7

by Susan Lattea

This comprehensive E-Text is part of a multi-book series to assist parents in helping their child master mathematics in First Grade. This text contains the same targeted lessons as Complete Curriculum’s All Aboard For First Grade Series, but is written directed for the Parent Instructor and their child. This E-Text table of contents is:

BOOK 7 LESSONS 61-70

Lesson 61

HOW LONG IS A MINUTE?

Objectives: Student will be introduced to telling time by first learning about a minute.

Lesson 62

HOUR HAND

Objectives: Tell time on a twelve-hour clock face to the hour and half-hour.

Lesson 63

WRITING TIME TO THE HOUR

Objectives: The student will learn the two different ways to tell the time on a clock. Tell and write time in hours and half-hours using analog and digital clocks.

Lesson 64

MINUTE HAND

Objectives: The student will continue to learn to tell time by learning about the minute hand on the clock. Tell and write time in hours and half-hours using analog and digital clocks.

Lesson 65

WRITING TIME TO THE HALF HOUR

Objectives: The student will learn to tell and write the time to the half hour and the quarter-hour. Tell and write time in hours and half-hours using analog and digital clocks.

Lesson 66

ADDING TIME

Objective: Solve word problems that call for addition of three whole numbers whos sume is less than or equal to 20, e.g. by using objects, drawings and equations with a symbol for the unknown number to represent the problem. The student will practice telling time on a twelve-hour clock face to the hour and half hourand learn to solve problems that involve telling the time an activity begins and when it ends.

Lesson 67

SUBTRACTING TIME

Objectives: Use addition and subtraction within 20 to solve word problems involving situations of adding to, taking from, putting together, taking apart, and comparing, with unknowns in all positions, e.g., by using objects, drawings, and equations with a symbol for the unknown number to represent the problem. Student will learn about addition through pairing numbers to make the number 5.The student will learn to solve problems that involve subtracting time.

Lesson 68

A.M. AND P.M.

Objectives: Student will learn how to label time to know if something happened in the morning or evening.

Lesson 69

READING A SCHEDULE

Objectives: Student will learn how to read a schedule.

Lesson 70

ASSESSMENT FOR LESSONS 61 TO 69

Objectives: To assess the objectives learned in Lessons 61 to 69.



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