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  • Item #: 001512
    ISBN: 9781888659047
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    Not to leave out the eager younger children, this volume provides mini Five in a Row- style lessons for youngsters. This book; however, is divided into two parts, the first being similar to the other curriculum guides. Just as in the original series, each unit is built around a simple, classic children's storybook. This book differs from the older volumes in that it is not structured around a week. The purpose is simply to provide an array of activities for each book that engage children and lay the foundation for further learning. Some of the activities are subject related, such as Bible, science, math, language arts, and art; others are various skills such as learning shapes, sequencing, colors or problem solving, and the rest are centered on specific topics, like relationships, contentment, birthdays or another book-related idea. The second part of this book focuses on arming parents with creative ideas to build learning readiness. This section is a treasure trove of activities that help develop reading readiness and motor skills or focus on the arts. Additional activities also capitalize on teachable moments that arise during bath time, in the kitchen, or during a trip to the store. 149 pgs. ~ Steph

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  • Item #: 019808
    ISBN: 9781888659009
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    150 pgs covering 19 weeks (and 19 books).

  • Item #: 020317
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    Contains lessons for an additional 21 weeks. 200 pgs.

  • Item #: 020859
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    15 weeks of curriculum based on delightful children's books. 133 pgs.

  • Item #: 046306
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    Includes the first three volumes of Five in a Row and the Christian Character & Bible Study Supplement in one large, volume.

  • Item #: 024181
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    Written for slightly older students, the format of Volume 4 is slightly different. This volume contains 15 lengthier unit studies that can be stretched to two weeks per book. Christian content is incorporated into Vol. 4 through related 'Christian Character and Bible Study Lessons.' FIAR Cookbook lessons are also provided for each unit, as are the laminatd story disks. So while this volume seems pricey compared to the rest, it's also more than twice the size of the other volumes and includes more additional content that you don't get packaged with Vol. 1-3. All volumes are spiral-bound with sturdy laminated covers.

  • Item #: FIARV1
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    Now includes Who Owns the Sun? again, which is now back in print!

  • Item #: FIARV2
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     Package now includes Andy and the Circus, which is back in print!

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  • Item #: 001529
    ISBN: 9781888659139
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    Using outstanding chapter books, Beyond is for children who have "outgrown" the Five in a Row unit studies. Activities and lesson ideas incorporate history, geography, science, language arts, fine arts, and human relationships into the study of the selected literature for a full semester. Books needed for this study are listed below. A Christian Character and Bible Supplement is available separately to integrate scriptural selections and character study.

  • Item #: 000624
    ISBN: 9781888659146
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    This is the second volume in the Beyond Five in a Row Series. As with volume 1, books used in the study can be obtained at your library and are also offered below for your convenience.

  • Item #: 003020
    ISBN: 9781888659153
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    A little more challenging in reading level and activities than the previous Beyond books. Books required in the study are listed also.

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  • Item #: 007917
    ISBN: 9781888659030
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    This supplement provides several ideas and outlines for 175 Bible lessons corresponding to each of the 55 stories covered in the first three volumes of Five in a Row.

  • Item #: 010642
    ISBN: 9781888659160
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    96-page volume for use with the three volumes above. Contains basic biblical doctrine.

  • Item #: 028609
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    In order to track your progress around the world as you read, this program suggests attaching story disks to a world map to mark where each story took place. Although ready to color disks are provided at the back of each book, this set comes completed, saving you the work. 55 colorful, laminated disks represent each story covered in the first three FIAR volumes. Disks come in a laminated sheet, ready to be cut out.

  • Item #: 003596
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    Looking to add a little "spice" to your Five in a Row lessons? The Five in a Row Cookbook is a collection of recipes that add a tasty dimension to the lessons. For instance, in FIAR Volume 1, the first story is The Story About Ping; the cookbook contains recipes from the Yangtze River area of China - egg rolls, fried rice, and egg drop soup. Recipes are generally simple enough for mother and child(ren) to work together. An occasional cultural tidbit sometimes accompanies the recipe. Recipes are included for each story in FIAR Volumes 1, 2, and 3 and Beyond FIAR Volumes 1, 2, and 3. The book is written by Becky Jane Lambert, daughter of FIAR author Jane Claire Lambert. Becky has fond memories of cooking alongside her mother; create your own using this book!

  • Item #: 050088
    ISBN: 9781888659177
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  • Item #: FIR1CS
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     This package now includes Who Owns the Sun?, which is back in print!

  • Item #: 018657
    ISBN: 9780312375980
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    Allow me to introduce you to the Melendy children. Mona is a thirteen-year old aspiring actress, and she has two long blonde braids which she is always threatening to cut off. Rush is twelve, a marvelous piano player and a bit on the mischievous side. Miranda (called Randy) is ten and a half and loves painting and dancing. The youngest is Oliver, a thoughtful six-year old who wants to be a train engineer someday. These four children live with their father in a house known as the "Four-Story Mistake" out in the country. One rainy Saturday, the Melendy children decide to start an Independent Saturday Afternoon Adventure Club. In this exclusive club, they pool their weekly allowance and take turns going out alone on a Saturday to spend it. After a mishap or two, the children have an unforgettable summer where every day is Saturday. 177 pgs. – elise

  • Item #: 002417
    ISBN: 9780812039245
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    When young Manya, or Marie, was only four, she shocked her family by correcting her seven year-old sister's reading. Surprisingly, they worried that she was learning too much for her age, and they sometimes refused to let her near a book! However, it soon became apparent that Marie was not only very intelligent, but she absolutely loved school. In fact, studying became a haven for Marie, who constantly worried about her mother's failing health and her family's slim finances. Upon her graduation from her Polish high school, she knew she wanted to study science at the Sarbonne in Paris, but family obligations and finances put off her dream for several years while she worked hard and saved money. It was at this point in her life she decided she was not going to be "beaten down by persons or events" – a philosophy she took to heart for the rest of her life. A fascinating, inspiring, and well-written biography, it will have readers wanting to cheer Marie on every step of the way as she tirelessly pursues her goals of learning even through hardship and tragedy. The biography covers Marie Curie's life through her death, and closes with a series of discussion questions, a list of recommended references, and a glossary. By Ann E. Steinke, 124 pgs.

  • Item #: 011610
    ISBN: 9780590424042
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    Herein lies the classic true story of Helen Keller, written by Margaret Davidson. Learn about an unbelievably determined girl whose life in this world was a dark, quiet struggle before the day her teacher, Annie Sullivan, joined her. Though Helen and Annie got off to a rough start, it didn't take long for a miracle to happen - Helen finally grasped that everything had a name and a meaning, and she was no longer trapped in her own world. Annie taught her words by signing into her hand, and Helen listened with her palm. When she was twelve years old, she stubbornly decides that despite her challenges, she was going to go to college. Teacher and student spent the next six years in intensive study so that by the time Helen was eighteen she would be prepared. She was - she graduated after four years cum laude! She went on to dedicate her life to helping others. She visited injured soldiers from World War II who had found themselves blind and feeling like they didn't want to go on, and she spoke all over the country and sometimes overseas. She was always up for adventure and had a deep appreciation for the written word and good friends.

  • Item #: 001845
    ISBN: 9780590426602
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    George Washington Carver was born a slave, but he grew up to become a world-famous scientist. This biography tells the story of his life and how he discovered how to make soil better by growing peanuts and sweet potatoes to put nutrients back into the soil so it could produce more cotton. He then found dozens and dozens of ways to use the peanuts and sweet potatoes. Dr. Carver and his work became well-known and respected. He became a popular teacher of agriculture and was even honored by the President of the United States. 96 pgs.

  • Item #: 000848
    ISBN: 9780064406222
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    The sequel to Sarah, Plain, and Tall, this book is as touching and well written as the original. When mail order bride Sarah Wheaton leaves her home in Maine to become the bride of Jacob Witting, she accepts that her new home is now in the prairies. Alhough she loves her new family, the people and places Sarah left behind in Maine are never far from her mind. Then, a lingering dry spell forces Sarah to take her stepchildren Anna and Caleb away from the farm and back to her home in Maine. Will Sarah be willing to leave the east for a second time, or does her heart remain with her beloved Maine?

  • Item #: 006579
    ISBN: 9780020418504
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  • Item #: 007916
    ISBN: 9780807508527
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    The first book in this popular series. Find out how the Alden children survive and live on their own, making an abandoned boxcar their home.