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Working at Night (Fountas & Pinnell Classroom, Guided Reading Grade 2)

by Sondra Alan

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Working Dogs (Into Reading, Level L #14)

by Julie Haydon

NIMAC-sourced textbook <p><p> Working dogs use their senses in many ways. They protect people, animals, and objects. Working dogs can guide people who are blind and pull heavy sleds. They can even be in movies or on television!

Working Dogs

by Jessica Quilty

The fun and excitement of English and Language Arts learning continues in Grade 2 of Reading Street. This comprehensive and dynamic curriculum for homeschooling is geared toward young children who have some foundational English and Language Arts knowledge and are ready to strengthen their skills. Comprised of engaging activities, challenging content and weekly quizzes, Reading Street: Grade 2 is the next step in your child's path toward becoming a lifelong learner and reader. As with all Reading Street products, the Grade 2 system is formatted to help students meet certain age-appropriate goals. After completing this English and Language Arts homeschool program, your child should be able to: Read and comprehend two-syllable words. Identify common prefixes (such as pre-, un-, or re-) and suffixes (such as -able, -ad and -er). Correct mistakes made when reading out loud. Read books with two or more chapters. Understand the structure of stores (i. e. beginning, middle and end). Start selecting reading materials based on his/her own interests. Identify the "who," "what," "when," "where," "why" and "how" of the text. While the goals of second Grade English and Language Arts are numerous, Reading Street will help you craft engrossing lessons. Your child will garner important English and Language Arts skills while completing a workbook, reading stories and poems, and taking assessments. Planning these lessons will be easier than ever, as all Reading Street systems are broken down into weekly Big Ideas. All the work your child does on a given week is formulated around that single concept for an organized and challenging curriculum. With six easy-to-follow units, Reading Street: Grade 2 is the perfect tool for homeschooling parents. Your child will enjoy the reading selections and activities, and you'll love to see your student growing into a knowledgeable individual. We're confident that this product is the right one for you. For more information on the specific materials found in Grade 2 of Reading Street, check out the Features and Benefits page.

Working Hand in Hand, Pathfinder Edition (Explorer Bks.)

by Diane G. Silver

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Working Hand in Hand, Pioneer Edition (Explorer Bks.)

by Diane G. Silver

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Working Hard

by Rosa Cabrillo Peter Grosshauser

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Working Hard to Help (Reach Into Phonics Ser.)

by Deborah J. Short Mark Gaines Olivia Lee

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Working High and Low (Into Reading, Level S #10)

by Diana Noonan

NIMAC-sourced textbook <p><p> Some people have jobs in unusual places, such as high above the ground or deep beneath the surface of Earth. People with these jobs have different challenges from most other workers, and safety is very important. This book describes eight different jobs above and below ground.

Working in the Clouds: A City Window Washer (Fountas & Pinnell Classroom, Guided Reading Grade 4)

by Brianna Roberts Kanako Yuzuru

Swinging Superheroes? Look up at a skyscraper and you might see a few brave people swinging and crawling on the outside of the building. They may look like superheroes or daredevils, but they're not doing a stunt. It's a crew of high-rise window washers doing a difficult and dangerous job. NIMAC-sourced textbook

Working on the Railroad: An Adaptation of a Traditional Song

by Brooke Harris Vincent Vigla

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Working Together

by Tammy Jones Margie Burton Cathy French

This book is about the importance of helping out at home.

Working with Electricity and Magnetism

by Pam Hirschfeld Kathy Furgang

Find out about electricity and magnetism by investigating the concepts of static electricity, current, electricity, magnetism, and electromagnetism.

Working with Motors and Simple Machines, Student Guide

by National Science Resources Center Taina Litwak Dane J. Toler

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Working with Young Children

by Judy Herr

Working with Young Children introduces you to the field of early childhood education. The text begins by helping readers better understand young children and then progresses into developing guidance skills. Child development principles are applied to child care settings. You will also learn how to handle specific concerns related to infants, toddlers, school-age children, and children with special needs. All information needed to successfully earn the Child Development Associate (CDA) Credential™ is included. Readers prepare for the workplace by learning about licensing rules and regulations, different career paths, and safety considerations. Core values and principles from the NAEYC's Code of Ethical Conduct and Statement of Commitment are highlighted in their own appendix.

Working with Young Children: Teacher's Resource Guide

by Judy Herr

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Working with Young Children

by Judy Herr

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Working with Young Children

by Judy Herr

Working with Young Children introduces students to the fast-growing field of early childhood education. Students will develop skills for guiding children effectively while keeping them healthy and safe. Working with Young Children applies child development principles to child care settings. On-site photos enhance the inviting, colorful format. This text provides current health, safety, and nutrition information plus additional coverage of technology, cultural diversity, family stressors, and child care careers. · New sections address licensing rules and regulations in addition to historical influences on early child care and education. · New chapter-opening activities include Key Concepts, Graphic Organizers, and Reading Advantage pre-reading activities. · New features appearing throughout the chapters include Safety First, Focus on Health, Learn More About..., and Workplace Connections. · Expanded chapter reviews provide more Cross-Curricular Links and new Thinking Critically, Using Technology, and Portfolio Project activities. · Appendix now includes NAEYC's Core Values.

The World Around Us

by Macmillan Mcgraw-Hill

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The World Around Us

by Macmillan Mcgraw-Hill

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World Atlas: Grade 3-6

by Macmillan/McGraw-Hill Glencoe

Familiarize students with: * Earth * Its People * And Its Countries With Primary Atlas for K-3 and Intermediate Atlas for 3-6.

World Civilizations

by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt

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World Civilizations

by Randall L. Pouwels Philip J. Adler

Adler and Pouwels's WORLD CIVILIZATIONS offers broad-based coverage of the world's major civilizations, in a brief-chapter format that presents information in manageable segments. The focused treatment of topics throughout history covers every major epoch and follows general patterns and processes, while illuminating history through specific examples and a particular emphasis on social and cultural topics.

World Civilizations

by Randall L. Pouwels Philip J. Adler

NIMAC-sourced textbook <p><p> Short chapters, great stories, and study tools! Adler and Pouwels's WORLD CIVILIZATIONS is a vibrant introduction to world history structured to meet the demands of your study schedule. It's clearly written, packed with charts and illustrations, and loaded with review features so you'll be up to date in class and ready for tests. And, because WORLD CIVILIZATIONS offers extensive coverage of Asia, Africa, and the Middle East, you'll have timely historical insights into the issues that make today's news. Get this book and discover how manageable and interesting history can be.

World Civilizations

by Randall L. Pouwels Philip J. Adler

Short chapters, great stories, and tons of study tools! Adler and Pouwels's WORLD CIVILIZATIONS is a vibrant introduction to world history structured to meet the demands of your study schedule. It's clearly written, packed with charts and illustrations, and loaded with review features so you'll be up to date in class and ready for the test. And, because WORLD CIVILIZATIONS offers extensive coverage of Asia, Africa, and the Middle East, you'll have timely historical insights into the issues that make today's news. Get WORLD CIVILIZATIONS and discover how having all the information you need to know for the test really does equal a better grade.

World Communities: Now and Long Ago

by Herman J. Viola Sarah Witham Bednarz Carlos E. Cortés

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