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Fourth-graders will love learning about "a healthy you" in this fun lesson book. Full-color pages include illustrations, photographs, diagrams, fun-to-read text and "think it over" activities all designed to help children learn about making decisions, living in a community, emotions, body elements, vitamins and safety. Instructions are given in the teacher's guide. The student workbook features puzzles, activities, diagrams to label, games, discussion questions, charts and more.
The Teacher's Guide includes unit overviews with goals, background information, suggestions for integrated vocabulary, unit resources, and lesson resources. Lessons provide step-by-step directions for class-time, including any preparation, objectives, necessary background information, and discussion questions. Related activities offer interdisciplinary ideas, extended study, discussion, or interactive group ideas. Grade 4.
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Vendor: Alpha Omega Publications
Publication Date: 2009
Availability: In Stock
Series: AOP Horizons Electives
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KrisT2 Stars Out Of 5Doesn't FlowAugust 22, 2013KrisTQuality: 2Value: 2Meets Expectations: 2Sections are not clearly marked. Maybe I got an older version?? It seemed confusing, not knowing where to stop and start to match the text with the workbook.
Denise1 Stars Out Of 5Not for homeschoolingJuly 24, 2013DeniseThis product seems to have good content but it is not designed for homeschooling. There was much that had to be done by the teacher and less found for students to work on independently, or in a workbook style. Also, too many activities were to be done with a group of classmates. I just couldn't make this work for one 4th grader in a homeschool setting.
Nikki4 Stars Out Of 5April 18, 2010NikkiReally liked the reading in the student text and my girls enjoyed the learning. The only thing that I didn't like was that the teachers text doesn't have the student text in it so I had to look at my daughters while we were reading from the text book. The workbook was colorful and very easy to follow. The topics covered were age appropriate and was just enough information.