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  • 2018 Winter Olympics: Information on South Korea & PyeongChang Winter Games Book (ebook) cover

    2018 Winter Olympics: Information on South Korea & ...

    S & S Learning
    20 Pages, Grades 2 - 3
    Was: $9.95 (USD)
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    2018 Winter Olympics: Information on South Korea & PyeongChang Winter Games Book (ebook)

    Introduce the XXIII Olympic Games with this twenty-page starter guide. Information on South Korea, the PyeongChang Winter Olympic venues, the Olympic Mascots; Medals; and Torch. A list of vocabulary gets you started for brainstorming with your students to introduce the topic. Complete with a 14-page booklet providing fill in the blank activities that can be teacher directed or done with the help of the internet by students individually. Answer key completes the guide.


     
  • 2018 Famous Canadian Paralympians Gr. 4-8 e-Lesson Plan (ebook) cover

    2018 Famous Canadian Paralympians Gr. 4-8 e-Lesson Plan ...

    S & S Learning
    7 Pages, Grades 4 - 8
    Was: $5.95 (USD)
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    2018 Famous Canadian Paralympians Gr. 4-8 e-Lesson Plan (ebook)

    Introduce your students to these famous Canadian Paralympians competing at the 2018 Paralympics. Using the internet students will locate and record the answers on each athlete onto the one-page activity. 7 pages plus answer key. Athletes include: Robbie Weldon; Greg Westlake; Mark Arendz; Brian McKeever; Kimberly Joines; Sonja Gaudet; Collette Bourgonje. (Content included in EBG1101 The Winter Olympics)


     
  • 2018 Famous Canadian Olympians Gr. 4-8 e-Lesson Plan (ebook) cover

    2018 Famous Canadian Olympians Gr. 4-8 e-Lesson Plan ...

    S & S Learning
    24 Pages, Grades 4 - 8
    Was: $9.95 (USD)
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    2018 Famous Canadian Olympians Gr. 4-8 e-Lesson Plan (ebook)

    Introduce your students to these famous Canadian Athletes competing at the 2018 Olympics. A one-page biography and follow-up activity for each athlete. 24 pages plus answer key. Athletes include: Charles Hamelin; Mikaël Kingsbury; Patrick Chan; Tessa Virtue/Scott Moir; Megan Duhamel/Eric Radford; Canada's Male Freestyle Skiiers: (Max Parrot; Mark McMorris; Michael Ciccareilli); The Dufour-Lapointe Sisters; Kallie Humphries; Marianne St.-Gelais; Marie-Philip Poulin; Alex Harvey; Marielle Thompson; Ivanie Blondin. (Content included in EBG1101 The Winter Olympics)


     
  • 2018 PyeongChang Olympic Games Gr. 4-8 e-lesson plan (ebook) cover

    2018 PyeongChang Olympic Games Gr. 4-8 e-lesson plan ...

    S & S Learning
    10 Pages, Grades 4 - 8
    Was: $6.95 (USD)
    Now: $6.60  Add to cart

     

    2018 PyeongChang Olympic Games Gr. 4-8 e-lesson plan (ebook)

    Introduce the XXIII Olympic Games with this ten-page starter guide. Information on the PyeongChang Winter Olympics Games including: the Olympic Mascots; Medals; and Torch, the Olympic Venues, and three charts to keep track of the medal standings by individual sport, standings by country and men and women by country. Answer key provided. (Content included in EBG1101 The Winter Olympics)


     
  • Amazing Animals: World Record Wildlife: Adding and Subtracting Fractions (ebook) cover

    Amazing Animals: World Record Wildlife: Adding and Subtracting ...

    Teacher Created Materials
    32 Pages, Grade 5
    Was: $9.99 (USD)
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    Amazing Animals: World Record Wildlife: Adding and Subtracting Fractions (ebook)

    The world is filled with many amazing animals. Some are incredibly big. Others are super small. Some are very fast. Others are very slow. Many animals are unique enough to have a claim to fame. If there were an Animal Olympics, these creatures would surely be gold medalists! Learn about the world's most amazing animals while learning fractions. This nonfiction book combines math and literacy skills and uses everyday examples of problem solving to teach subject area content. The full-color images, math charts and diagrams, sidebars, and practice problems make learning math easy and fun. Text features include a table of contents, glossary, and index to increase understanding of math and reading concepts. An in-depth problem-solving section provides additional learning opportunities while challenging students' higher-order thinking skills.


     
  • Blastoff Discovery: Olympic Records (ebook) cover

    Blastoff Discovery: Olympic Records (ebook)

    Bellwether Media Inc.
    32 Pages, Grades 3 - 8
    Was: $22.95 (USD)
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    Blastoff Discovery: Olympic Records (ebook)

    Athletes perform spectacular feats of strength and speed, but sometimes, a player or team rises above the rest to become a legend. From Michael Phelps’ gold medals to Tim Howard’s saves in the 2014 World Cup, this series presents the most exciting records in sports history.


     
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    Long-Armed Ludy and the First Women's Olympics (ebook)

    Charlesbridge Publishing
    10 Pages, Grades 1 - 4
    Was: $9.99 (USD)
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    Long-Armed Ludy and the First Women's Olympics (ebook)

    Lucille “Ludy” Godbold grew up skinny, tall, and athletic. In her final year on the track team at Winthrop College in South Carolina, Ludy gave shot put a try and she made that iron ball sail with her long, skinny arms. When her coach took her to a meet in New York she qualified for the first Women’s Olympic Games in 1922. Except she had no money to go. Ludy’s college and classmates rallied around her and raised the money to send her to compete. She won the gold medal with 1 foot, 2.6 inches to spare. She’d done her friends, her school, the South, and the USA proud. Hooray for Ludy!


     
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    Insects Up Close: Grasshoppers

    Bellwether Media Inc.
    24 Pages, Grades K - 3
    Was: $22.95 (USD)
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    Insects Up Close: Grasshoppers

    If insects held their version of the Olympic games, a grasshopper would for sure make the podium for the long jump event. The long-legged insect can jump forward 20 times its body length! Elementary readers will make leaps in their understanding of grasshoppers in this book.


     
  • Ruling the Court: Basketball's Biggest Wins cover

    Ruling the Court: Basketball's Biggest Wins

    Crabtree Publishing Company
    32 Pages, Grades 3 - 6
    Was: $27.60 (USD)
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    Ruling the Court: Basketball's Biggest Wins

    Every year, the NCAA, NBA, and WNBA crown a league champion. Every four years, basketball teams from all over the world compete for Olympic gold. This exciting book explores historic moments in championship basketball and the top teams that have played in these amazing games.


     
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    Wilma Rudolph: Track and Field Champion

    Crabtree Publishing Company
    32 Pages, Grades 2 - 5
    Was: $27.60 (USD)
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    Wilma Rudolph: Track and Field Champion

    When doctors told her parents that she may never walk again, no one could have imagined that Wilma Rudolph would grow up to become the world’s fastest woman. This awe-inspiring book shows how, with grace, perseverance, and dedication, young Wilma used her inner strength to overcome physical disabilities caused by polio to win three gold medals for the USA in track and field at the 1960 Olympics. A sports superstar and an icon worldwide, her legacy continues to inspire youth and African-American communities today.


     
  • Blastoff Readers 3: Roadrunners (ebook) cover

    Blastoff Readers 3: Roadrunners (ebook)

    Bellwether Media Inc.
    24 Pages, Grades K - 3
    Was: $22.95 (USD)
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    Blastoff Readers 3: Roadrunners (ebook)

    X marks the spots where roadrunners have been. Their feet have toes in front and toes in back. And their favorite way to travel is on foot. Though not speedy enough to break Olympic sprint records, roadrunners are fast birds. Beginning readers will be determined to keep up!


     
  • The Swiss Alps: Geneva, Zermatt, Zurich, Lucerne, St. Moritz & Beyond (ePub) cover

    The Swiss Alps: Geneva, Zermatt, Zurich, Lucerne, St. ...

    Hunter Publishing
    Page, Grades 4 - 12, Staff
    Was: $7.99 (USD)
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    The Swiss Alps: Geneva, Zermatt, Zurich, Lucerne, St. Moritz & Beyond (ePub)

    The Swiss Confederation spans some 41,293 square km in west-central Europe. Bounding Switzerland are Germany to the north, France to the west, Italy to the south, and Liechtenstein and Austria to the east. Around 70% of Switzerland's terrain is mountainous, much of its land rippling along the Bernese, Rhaetian, and Pennine Alps. The mighty Rhine River drains 68% of the land here, and some 60% is either pastureland or forest. Switzerland enjoys a high standard of living, with among the world's lowest unemployment, highest income, and longest life expectancy rates. The Valais region encompasses Switzerland's most rugged terrain. Our coverage extends from the gateway city of Geneva to the upper reaches of the Walliser Alps along the Italian frontier. Visitors are apt to enter the region in Geneva, a small, cosmopolitan city between the border of France and the western end of Lake Geneva, known in French as Lac Leman. The city bustles with the business of international organizations, plays along a garden-lined lakefront, and harbors a pleasant pedestrian old town. The city of Lausanne lies across the lake, drawing visitors for its own pleasant lakefront and the Olympic Games History Museum. Beyond, in the Valais region, protrudes the magnificent Matterhorn Peak, with famed Zermatt at its foot and secluded Saas-Fee just over the hill. In southeastern Switzerland next to the border of Italy, Zermatt reclines amid a cluster of 38 4,000-m peaks. Above the town towers the distinctive hook of the Matterhorn crest. But, curiously, few here pay much attention. In this glamorous, clamorous town, electric taxis tear through the alleys, moving shoppers, sightseers, and skiers at a frantic pace. For this jet-setting clientele, Zermatt isn't a place to relax; it's a place to play, and play hard. Set in the larger area of the Bernese Oberland, the Jungfrau tourist region enjoys the distinction of being Europe's most visited Alpine playground - and its easy to see why. At its center lies Interlaken, a large town encircled by mountains and flanked by two long lakes, the Thunersee and the Brienzersee. In the town hub, an impressive network of mountain railways, passenger ferries, and cable cars make it easy to explore the surrounding Alpine grandeur. Set on the northern edge of the Alps, the lakeside town of Zurich has a large, well-preserved old town and an impressive wealth of art and architecture. Well-connected links head north to spectacular Rheinfall. To the south, at one point of the spidery Vierwaldstättersee, the city of Lucerne draws tourists year-round for its lovely lakeside old town and its easy access to the nearby mountain recreation areas, including the famed Titlis Peak above Engelberg. All of the details you need to know are in this guide - where to stay, where to eat, where to play and where to party. Plus the mountain climbing adventures, the hikes and walks, the bike trails and much more.


     
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    Innsbruck, Austria (ePub)

    Hunter Publishing
    Page, Grades 4 - 12, Staff
    Was: $7.99 (USD)
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    Innsbruck, Austria (ePub)

    Austria's Tyrol draws travelers year-round for its picturesque villages and its warm hospitality. The region squeezes between Germany and Italy, stretching the length of the Inn Valley along a wide river. At the region's center is the lively university city of Innsbruck. All around Innsbruck, within an hour's drive, valleys jut off into high-Alpine glacial terrain. It's into these valleys - the Ötztal, the Stubaital, and the Zillertal - that adventurers escape the city each weekend. The charming resort of Seefeld rests just south of the Zügspitze and the German , and chic Kitzbühel puts on a good show to the east. Unlike the more extreme steeps of the Arlberg to the west, the rolling pastures here prove a family-friendly place to play. Catering to sightseers and adventurers of all ages and abilities, the Tyrol greets visitors with an ambiance of rustic coziness here called gemutlichkeit. Innsbruck is both the political capital and the cultural core of the Tyrol - a dynamic university town at once stirred by student energy and entrenched in traditional conservatism. With 25 holiday villages on its doorstep and two Olympic Winter Games under its belt, it's also the most athletically active city in the Alps. More than any other city I know, Innsbruck offers an ideal combination of city sightseeing and Alpine adventure. Innsbruck lies in western Austria, along the Inn River at the crossroads of the Inntal and Wipptal valleys. The Nordkette mountain range rises dramatically to the north, and the Ötztal, Stubaital, and Zillertal Alps stretch out to the south. Two autobahns, the A12 and the A13, converge just south of town - the A12 running east toward Salzburg and west toward Landeck, and the A13 running south over the Brenner Pass into Italy. Central Innsbruck fills a triangular chunk of land surrounded by a kink in the wide Inn River and the autobahns to the south. The old town, or altstadt, lies at the western edge of the center and remains the focus of the city's tourism. The nucleus of the altstadt district is a pedestrian area along Herzog Friedrich Strasse, a cobblestone road lined with shops, arcades, and cafés. Innsbruck's small but charming old town is the center of the city's tourist action. Here, visitors wander back alleys, shop in the boutiques, and dine in outdoor cafés. Additionally, Innsbruck boasts 18 museums on topics ranging from alpinism to bells, running second only to Vienna among Austria's museum cities. This is a guide to it all - the sights, the activities, where to stay, where to eat, and more. Color photos and maps throughout.


     
  • From the First Day of School to the Last: February (ebook) cover

    From the First Day of School to the ...

    Educational Books 'n' Bingo
    112 Pages, Grades 3 - 6
    Was: $16.95 (USD)
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    From the First Day of School to the Last: February (ebook)

    This book is filled with reproducible mini-units, literature units, mind-stretching interdisciplinary activities, clip art, and ideas to motivate students and help develop critical and creative thinking. This book also contains an activity for each day of the month. Topics include Black History Month, Groundhog Day, Winter Olympics, Edison, Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing, Dental Health, Mardi Gras, Flags, and much more.


     
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    Super Gear (ebook)

    Charlesbridge Publishing
    80 Pages, Grades 4 - 7
    Was: $10.99 (USD)
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    Super Gear (ebook)

    Cutting-edge science; high-performance sports   How are the sports played by Michael Phelps, Serena Williams, Michelle Wie, and Usain Bolt related? Nanotechnology!   Take a close-up look at sports and nanotechnology, the cutting-edge science that manipulates objects at the atomic level. Nanotechnology is used to create high-tech swimsuits, tennis rackets, golf clubs, running shoes, and more. It is changing the face of sports as we know it.   Back matter includes a glossary, bibliography, list of resources, and index.   Perfect for 2016 Summer Olympics displays and celebrations.


     
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    Ancient Greece I

    Milliken Publishing
    19 Pages, Grades 7 - 12
    Was: $4.95 (USD)
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    Ancient Greece I

    This packet provides an overview of Greek civilization from its origins in ancient Minoan and Mycenaean culture through the Golden Age of Athens. The birth of democracy, poetry, drama, and even the Olympics are among the events vividly depicted in this richly illustrated text. Challenging map exercises and review questions encourage meaningful reflection and historical analysis. Complete the unit with the included test and answer key.