Smart Kids Space

with more than 30 stickers

Author: Roger Priddy

Publisher: Priddy Books

ISBN:

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 24

View: 982

Exploring the planets of our solar system and much more, Smart Kids Space is an ideal first guide to the mysteries of our incredible universe. Perfect for helping children in elementary or first grade with school projects, it is packed with amazing photographs and accessible, informative text to help kids learn facts. With over 30 stickers just for fun, this paperback book is a must-have for kids who are interested in the wonders of space.

Space

Smart Kids Sticker Activity

Author: Roger Priddy

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category:

Page: 24

View: 707

Exploring the planets of our solar system and much more, Smart Kids Space is an ideal first guide to the mysteries of our incredible universe.Perfect for helping children in lower primary school with school projects, it is packed with amazing photographs and accessible, informative text to help kids learn facts.With over 30 stickers just for fun, this paperback book is a must-have for kids who are interested in the wonders of space.

Animal Jam Sticker Doodle Book

Author: National Geographic Kids

Publisher: National Geographic Books

ISBN:

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 128

View: 446

Hey, Jammers! Can't get enough of Jamaa? Then jump on into this doodle book that lets you put yourself into the wild world of Animal Jam through drawing, doodling, stickers, and other awesome activities! This fantastic doodle book lets fans of Animal Jam--the number one kids gaming site in the world--explore their creative sides as they interact with Jamaa in a whole new way. Draw your own avatar, doodle awesome outfits for animals, solve crazy puzzles, and more! Inside, discover 150 stickers, plenty of space to draw and doodle, weird animal facts to make you smart, plus awesome animal photos. Up your game!

Smart Cities: Big Data, Civic Hackers, and the Quest for a New Utopia

Author: Anthony M. Townsend

Publisher: W. W. Norton & Company

ISBN:

Category: Computers

Page: 384

View: 327

Traces the root of modern, sprawling megacities to advances in information technologies throughout the twentieth century and discusses how these advances can inform and improve the future of human settlements.

Intelligent Life in the Classroom

Smart Kids and Their Teachers

Author: Karen L. J. Isaacson

Publisher: Great Potential Press, Inc.

ISBN:

Category: Education

Page: 213

View: 886

This teacher book will provide lots of laughs as well as some good insights into the nature, quirks and vulnerabilities of gifted kids. It's a fun read that includes information about helpful teacher traits and much more. This book will be useful for teacher training with its extensive list of books and resources. This book contains the following chapters: (1) All That Potential; (2) Curiosity; (3) Intensity; (4) Asynchrony; (5) Attention to Detail; (6) Sense of Humor; (7) Creativity and Divergent Thinking; (8) Persistence; (9) Sensitivity; (10) Idealism; (11) Humility; (12) Honoring the Child; and (13) In Their Own Voices. The following are also included: (a) Karen's Acknowledgments; (b) Tamara's Acknowledgments; (c) Foreword; (d) Karen's Preface; (e) Tamara's Preface; (f) Gifted Education Resources; (g) Endnotes; and (h) About the Authors.

Visual Support for Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders

Materials for Visual Learners

Author: Vera Bernard-Opitz

Publisher: AAPC Publishing

ISBN:

Category: Education

Page: 228

View: 854

Combining their years of experience working with individuals on the autism spectrum, both here and around the world, authors Vera Bernard-Opitz and Anne Häußler bring teachers and other professionals practical ideas and teaching methods for offering visual supports to students with autism spectrum disorders and other visual learners. With hundreds of colorful illustrations and step-by-step directions, this book lays the foundation for how to structure teaching environments, as well as offers countless examples of activities for students, ranging from basic skills, to reading and math, to social behavior.

Tearing Down the Gates

Confronting the Class Divide in American Education

Author: Peter Sacks

Publisher: Univ of California Press

ISBN:

Category: Education

Page: 388

View: 961

We often hear about the growing divide between rich and poor in America. This compelling exposé, backed by up-to-date research, locates the source of this trend where we might least expect to find it—in our schools. Written for a wide audience, Tearing Down the Gates is a powerful indictment of American education that shows how schools, colleges, and universities exacerbate inequality by providing ample opportunities for advantaged students while shutting the gates on the poor—and even the middle class. Peter Sacks tells the stories of young people and families as they struggle to negotiate the educational system. He introduces students like Ashlea, who grew up in a trailer park and who would like to attend college, though she faces constant obstacles that many of her more privileged classmates can't imagine. Woven throughout with voices of Americans both rich and poor, Tearing Down the Gates describes a disturbing situation that has the potential to undermine the American dream, not just for some, but for all of us. At the heart of this book is a question of justice, and Sacks demands that we take a hard look at what equal opportunity really means in the United States today.