Let's Leap Ahead: 3rd Grade Trivia

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WS Publishing Group, Mar 26, 2013 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 208 pages
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Third 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, fractions, money, vocabulary, 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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Success in the Modern World
Maximizing the Benefits of This Book
The Gateway to Success
Getting Organized
Educating Yourself
Increasing Productivity
Developing People Skills
The Importance of Networking
Setting and Achieving Goals
Taking Initiative to Make Things Happen
Having a Successful Attitude
Achieving Balance
Additional Information and Ideas
Gaining Control Over Your Life
Writing a Mission Statement

Planning Ahead
Keeping an Open Mind
Increasing Your SelfConfidence
Communicating What Youve Learned
Taking Risks
Making Time for Your Many Selves
Engaging in Mutually Beneficial Relationships
Listening in Order to Understand
Updating Your Toolbox

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