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2nd grade package features All About Reading, Spectrum Writing, Spelling Workout and ZanerBloser Handwriting for language arts, Saxon Math 2 and manipulative kit, Story of the World Volume 2 and Volume 2 Activity Book, Exploring Creation with Zoology 1 text, Exploring Creation with Zoology 1 Jr. Notebooking Journal.
The Kingfisher History Encyclopedia is a required resource. If you do not already have a copy, you will need to purchase one separately.

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(Information below provided by Alpha Omega Publications)Prepare your middle school student to excel at upperlevel math with the new Horizons PreAlgebra course! Along with exciting real life applications, this year long math course takes students from basic operations in whole numbers, decimals, fractions, percents, roots, and exponents and introduces them to mathbuilding concepts in algebra, trigonometry and geometry. Divided in to 160 lessons, this course comes complete with one consumable student book, a student test and resources book and an easytouse teacher's guide. Every block of ten lessons begins with a challenging set of problems that prepares students for standardized math testing and features personal interviews showing how individuals make use of math in everyday life. Horizons PreAlgebra includes several areas of new content, including:  Absolute Value
 Volume and Surface Area of Solids
 Transformations and Nets
 Compound Interest
 Representations of Data
 Permutations, Combinations, and Odds and Events
 Two Variable Equations
 Four Operations with Monomials and Polynomials
 Trigonometric Ratios
Similar in format to other Horizons K6 courses, the consumable, fullcolor Horizons PreAlgebra Student Book includes 160 daily lessons. Each lesson begins with a teaching box that details the new concept. A class work section has been added to this area of the lesson for guided practice of the new concept. Typical of other Horizons math courses, the activities section of each lesson includes a set of practice problems for the new concept and review problems for previously covered concepts.
Another new feature of the Student Book is a set of college test prep questions that follows each block of 10 lessons. These problems are designed to help students prepare for standardized math testing. This book also includes a new collection of interviews with everyday people who use math in their daily vocations. Setting the stage for each group of lessons, these interviews bring the lessons to life by adding a human interest touch to word problems. (Perfectbound, fullcolor, 8.5 x 11, 360 pages) To see a PDF sample of the Student Book, click here.

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This colorful series from Singapore Math introduces early concepts in life science, physical science, chemistry, and earth science to the very young. Each book focuses on one of these sciences, and contains 29 lessons and an answer key. Lessons are a page in length, with each topical lesson containing a short informational segment, followup questions or a handson activity. The material is presented in its simplest form, and most often the questions repeated at the end simply ask the student what was discussed at the top of the page, although in some cases, it might be helpful to have read a little more material on the subject as well. The range of subjects is pretty impressive, including animal habitats, parts of the ear and eye, seeds and how they sprout, electromagnets, conductors, circuits, mixing colors, evaporation, how sound is made, sinking or floating, seasons, solar system, Milky Way, constellations, meteors, food chains, and more. As an example of a lesson, one lesson in Book 3 features a short paragraph on the properties of some common materials, followed by a blank chart. The students must decide whether some other common materials such as wood, glass, plastic, rubber and others are hard, if they can be bent, if they last a long time, and if they are attracted to a magnet. After that activity, several common materials are listed, and the student must match these to the item or construction it can be used to make. All activities are generously illustrated with friendly, cartoonlike animals and objects, and altogether the books have a "fun," relaxed look about them, even though the concepts are fairly wellpresented and a little more serious that I've seen in other early elementary science programs. Inexpensive and easytouse, this set could easily make up a complete science curriculum for the early grades, although you may want to supplement with a little more reading, especially with interesting related library books to broaden their horizons a little more. Each book used to be available separately, but it is now sold only as a set of four books. – Jess

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(Information below provided by Alpha Omega Publications)Prepare your middle school student to excel at upperlevel math with the new Horizons PreAlgebra course! Along with exciting real life applications, this year long math course takes students from basic operations in whole numbers, decimals, fractions, percents, roots, and exponents and introduces them to mathbuilding concepts in algebra, trigonometry and geometry. Divided in to 160 lessons, this course comes complete with one consumable student book, a student test and resources book and an easytouse teacher's guide. Every block of ten lessons begins with a challenging set of problems that prepares students for standardized math testing and features personal interviews showing how individuals make use of math in everyday life. Horizons PreAlgebra includes several areas of new content, including:  Absolute Value
 Volume and Surface Area of Solids
 Transformations and Nets
 Compound Interest
 Representations of Data
 Permutations, Combinations, and Odds and Events
 Two Variable Equations
 Four Operations with Monomials and Polynomials
 Trigonometric Ratios
The set consists of the student book, teacher's guide and tests/resource book. Similar in format to other Horizons K6 courses, the consumable, fullcolor Horizons PreAlgebra Student Book includes 160 daily lessons. Each lesson begins with a teaching box that details the new concept. A class work section has been added to this area of the lesson for guided practice of the new concept. Typical of other Horizons math courses, the activities section of each lesson includes a set of practice problems for the new concept and review problems for previously covered concepts. Another new feature of the Student Book is a set of college test prep questions that follows each block of 10 lessons. These problems are designed to help students prepare for standardized math testing. This book also includes a new collection of interviews with everyday people who use math in their daily vocations. Setting the stage for each group of lessons, these interviews bring the lessons to life by adding a human interest touch to word problems. (Perfectbound, fullcolor, 8.5 x 11, 360 pages). The Horizons PreAlgebra Teacher's Guide includes a readiness test, scope and sequence, appearance of concept charts, teaching tips for each lesson, reduced student and worksheet pages with solution keys for daily lessons, tests, exams, and worksheets. (Perfectbound, blackandwhite, 8.5 x 11, 400 pages). The Horizons PreAlgebra Tests and Resources Book includes tests from the student books and worksheets from the teacher's guides of previous Horizons math courses. This book also provides tearout tests, exams, and worksheets, as well as fullcolor net diagrams, algebra squares manipulatives on cardstock, and formula strips for tests and exams. (Perfectbound, consumable, 8.5 x 11, 240 pages) Please see individual component descriptions to find PDF samples of each.

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(Information below provided by Alpha Omega Publications)Prepare your middle school student to excel at upperlevel math with the new Horizons PreAlgebra course! Along with exciting real life applications, this year long math course takes students from basic operations in whole numbers, decimals, fractions, percents, roots, and exponents and introduces them to mathbuilding concepts in algebra, trigonometry and geometry. Divided in to 160 lessons, this course comes complete with one consumable student book, a student test and resources book and an easytouse teacher's guide. Every block of ten lessons begins with a challenging set of problems that prepares students for standardized math testing and features personal interviews showing how individuals make use of math in everyday life. Horizons PreAlgebra includes several areas of new content, including:  Absolute Value
 Volume and Surface Area of Solids
 Transformations and Nets
 Compound Interest
 Representations of Data
 Permutations, Combinations, and Odds and Events
 Two Variable Equations
 Four Operations with Monomials and Polynomials
 Trigonometric Ratios
The Horizons PreAlgebra Teacher's Guide includes a readiness test, scope and sequence, appearance of concept charts, teaching tips for each lesson, reduced student and worksheet pages with solution keys for daily lessons, tests, exams, and worksheets. (Perfectbound, blackandwhite, 8.5 x 11, 400 pages) To see a sample of the Teacher's Guide, click here.

Item #: 049186
ISBN: 9780740322457
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(Information below provided by Alpha Omega Publications)Prepare your middle school student to excel at upperlevel math with the new Horizons PreAlgebra course! Along with exciting real life applications, this year long math course takes students from basic operations in whole numbers, decimals, fractions, percents, roots, and exponents and introduces them to mathbuilding concepts in algebra, trigonometry and geometry. Divided in to 160 lessons, this course comes complete with one consumable student book, a student test and resources book and an easytouse teacher's guide. Every block of ten lessons begins with a challenging set of problems that prepares students for standardized math testing and features personal interviews showing how individuals make use of math in everyday life. Horizons PreAlgebra includes several areas of new content, including:  Absolute Value
 Volume and Surface Area of Solids
 Transformations and Nets
 Compound Interest
 Representations of Data
 Permutations, Combinations, and Odds and Events
 Two Variable Equations
 Four Operations with Monomials and Polynomials
 Trigonometric Ratios
The Horizons PreAlgebra Tests and Resources Book includes tests from the student books and worksheets from the teacher's guides of previous Horizons math courses. This book also provides tearout tests, exams, and worksheets, as well as fullcolor net diagrams, algebra squares manipulatives on cardstock, and formula strips for tests and exams. (Perfectbound, consumable, 8.5 x 11, 240 pages). To see a sample of the Tests and Resources book click here.
