History is filled with people, events, facts, and details. Sometimes you can get lost in all the details. This is why the most important strategy to remember as you read a history textbook is to form the "big picture" of history.
The Remediation Book offers remediation for the skills and concepts in California Math Course 1, Course 2, and Algebra 1 and in Algebra Readiness. The Remediation Book is subdivided into the following strands: Whole Numbers, Decimals, and Integers; Fractions; Ratio, Proportion, and Percent; Geometry; Measurement; Algebra Concepts; Coordinate Graphs; Polynomials and Rational Expressions; Probability; and Statistics. Each strand is subdivided into 9 to 30 two-page lessons. Lessons provide examples, helpful hints, and a variety of exercises.
A classic edition on the history, geography, people, culture, and economy of Texas, the largest state in the US.
This Creating America Workbook contains: Three Worlds Meet, Beginnings to 1763, Creating a New Nation 1763-1791, The Early Republic, 1789-1844, A Changing Nation, 1810-1860, The Nation Divided and Rebuilt, 1846-1877, America Transformed. 1860-1914, Modern America Emerges, 1880-1920, and Depression, War, and Recovery, 1919-1960.
In this book you will see how scientific knowledge keeps growing and changing as scientists ask new questions and rethink what was known before.
This book contains a good collection of math exercises and examples.
This text contains unit lessons on Getting Ready to Write, Writing Just for Me; Handwriting Focus: Letter Size, Writing Stories and Poems, Setting Ready to Write Cursive, Writing to Learn; Handwriting Focus: Spacing and Slant, and Writing to Celebrate.