Opposites at the Park

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The Rosen Publishing Group, Aug 1, 2012 - JUVENILE NONFICTION - 24 pages
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The park is a great place to practice opposites. Readers learn a key language arts concept with the easy-to-read content presented in this book, including a range of concept examples from up and down through big and small. This is a fascinating introduction to a common lesson taught in the classroom. Full-color photographs enhance fun examples and engage new readers by using a familiar setting.
 

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Contents

Whats an Opposite?
4
Keep Running
6
Up Up and Away
8
Super Slides
10
In the Branches
12
Batter Up
14
Summer and Winter
16
Play All Day
18
The Opposite of Opposite
20
Glossary
22
For More Information
23
Index
24
Back Cover
25
Copyright

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About the author (2012)

Kathleen Connors served as director and curator for "The Arts of Sylvia Plath" project at Indiana University in 2002, featuring a literary symposium, an exhibition of Plath's art and manuscripts and a 70th year birthday commemoration. With Sally Bayley of Oxford, she is co-director of the Sylvia
Plath 75th Year Symposium at Oxford in October 2007.

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