Let's Leap Ahead: 3rd Grade Trivia
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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Let's Leap Ahead 3rd Grade Trivia Notepad: The Game of 300 Questions for You ...
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