Reading for the Gifted Student, Grade 3: Challenging Activities for the Advanced Learner

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Sterling Publishing Company, Incorporated, 2010 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 192 pages
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  A gifted child's reading level, critical-thinking ability, and interests can range far beyond his or her current grade level. This workbook caters to that unique capacity. It contains almost two hundred pages of reading material carefully calibrated for your advanced student. Challenging reading passages present new vocabulary and offer a depth and range of information on fascinating nonfiction. These passages are followed by true or false, multiple choice, cause and effect, ordering, and even creative writing questions to test analytical thinking skills and reinforce your student's understanding of the readings. The varied activities encourage your gifted learner to experience learning at an accelerated level. Each Reading for the Gifted Student workbook features:
  • Inviting readings that favor nonfiction such as science, social studies, and the arts
  • Comprehension questions and activities in various short- and long-answer formats
  • Full-color illustrations and diagrams that bring concepts to life
  • Perforated pages for on-the-go practice

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Bruce (charming cheetah) Hale spends much of his time pouncing on pesky balls of yarn and raiding his neighbor's catnip garden. To relax, he perches himself in his living room window and basks in the rays of the sun in Santa Barbara, California.

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