Let's Leap Ahead: 2nd Grade Trivia

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WS Publishing Group, Mar 26, 2013 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 208 pages
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How many groups of 5 are in the number 10?

Which sentence is correct, “Pick it up gently” or “Pick it up gentle?”

The South Pole is one pole. What is the other pole?

Second graders will love this game-based activity book filled with 1000 questions and answers. All based on national educational standards, the questions cover a range of subjects, including reading, math, language, time, money, phonics, measurement, geography, social studies, and science.

In addition, this book contains a game instruction sheet and space to mark the player who answered correctly. And, if kids are playing alone or with a parent, they can use the space to easily track which questions will need reviewing. Whether they’re playing alone or in a group of friends, kids will love this game-based learning tool.
 

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Contents

The Challenges of Raising Children Today
Maximizing the Benefits of This Book
Making Your Children Feel Loved
Teaching SelfDiscipline
Maintaining Good Communication
Developing SelfEsteem
Helping Your Children Become Good Students
Monitoring Outside Influences
Developing a Sense of Belonging
Developing SelfMotivation
Developing a Sense of Spirituality
Becoming a Good ParentTeacherCaregiver
Words to Praise Your Children
Questions to Ask Your Children
Conclusion
Copyright

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Alex A. Lluch is a renowned author who has written more than 200 books in a diverse range of subjects, including education, weddings, maternity, babies, weight loss, health, fitness, self-help, and more. He has sold more than 4 million books in North America alone. Lluch is known for writing books that are very comprehensive yet extremely easy to read and understand, making them favorites of readers worldwide.

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