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| Grades 1-K
Perfect for younger students learning the basic economic concepts and vocabulary. Child-centered scenarios demonstrate cause-and-effect relationships, encourage critical thinking skills, and reinforce the outcome of different financial choices.
Set of 4
| Grades 2-6
Build Academic Science Content Vocabulary with This Handy Reference Tool!.
Improve Comprehension of Commonly Used Math Terms!. Equip every student in the class with this handy full-color 84-page resource! Easy-to-understand definitions are provided for over 400 mathematical terms and expressions typically found on standardized tests, used in textbooks, and encountered in everyday mathematical situations. Grades 2-6. Set of 30.
Includes bonus tables, lists, and charts of measurment conversions, common abbreviations, equivalent fractions, prime numbers to 100, special quadrilaterals, key 3-D objects, squared and cubed numbers, and more!
| Grades 6
In Brazil, many urban poor live in shacks built near skyscrapers. How can people close the gap on poverty and inequalityTM
Investigate earthquakes in Turkey and quake safety precautions.
Discover how ancient technologies are used to give information about time, seasons, and navigation.
Explore archaeology and the lifestyles and technologies of ancient Egypt.
Investigate monsoons, weather, and climates and how location and oceans affect climate.
Who was CleopatraTM How did she come to govern EgyptTM Read the story of Cleopatra and Mark Antony and learn how this powerful and determined woman became one of Egypt's most famous rulers.
| Grades 5
Can people who once fought each other in war be friendsTM Read about forgiveness and healing the wounds of war.
Learn how the educational opportunity for the children in Nepal is changing.
Languages around the world are dying out. Learn how the Irish and other people are trying to preserve minority languages.
Discover how the people of Japan use modern technology to solve overpopulation problems.
Discover how islands are made and about different populations in an island ecosystem.
Who was Alberto Ruz LhuillierTM How did he discover something that had been lost in timeTM Read about his curiosity and commitment for Maya archaeology, and find out what led him to discover a hidden tomb.
Who was Christopher ColumbusTM Why did he sail to AmericaTM Read about the determination that took him from Spain to the islands of the Caribbean Sea. Then discover the peace-loving culture of the Taino people who lived there.
| Grades 4
Discover how the U.S.A. has been shaped by the heritage of its people and is preserving cultural diversity.
Pollution can affect the air, water, and land. Learn about how people are trying to solve pollution problems around the world.
Many electric power plants get energy by burning coal. Learn how energy production impacts our environment.
Explore the "Great Age of American Inventions" and the inventive spirit of North America.
WorldScapes Biographies Small-Group set iincludes the seven 6-Packs listed below and a Book Bin.
The Travels of Marco Polo
The Color of Life
City of the Inca
The Little Duchess
Batting Against the Odds
Off to Africa
| Grades 3
WorldScapes Small Group Sets include the six 6-Packs of the titles listed below and a Book Bin.
WorldScapes Add-On Sets include one each of the six titles listed below.
TMdeptId=&prodId=403426&parentId=&bc=1">Where the Money Is
TMdeptId=&prodId=403196&parentId=&bc=1">Fishing with the Birds
TMdeptId=&prodId=403206&parentId=&bc=1">The Golden Fish
TMdeptId=&prodId=403216&parentId=&bc=1">The Chance to Dance
TMdeptId=&prodId=403246&parentId=&bc=1">Magic Squares and More
TMdeptId=&prodId=403316&parentId=&bc=1">The Greatest Wall of All
Read about how people in many parts of the world move from rural areas to cities, and how this leads to social change.
Who is Li CunxinTM Why did his teacher choose him to move to the city and train to become a ballet dancerTM Read how his determination to succeed led to a career as a world-famous ballet dancer.
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