Lets Leap Ahead 1st Grade Trivia by Alex A. Lluch
  

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Lets Leap Ahead 1st Grade Trivia by Alex A. Lluch

It's my birthday! Does this character seem happy or sad? If Andy has 20 hats but then loses 5, does he end up with more hats or fewer? True or false: Most fish are born from eggs. First graders will love this game-based activity book filled with 1000 questions and answers. All based on national educational standards, the questions cover a range of subjects, including reading, math, language, time, money, phonics, measurement, geography, social studies, and science. In addition, this book contains a game instruction sheet and space to mark the player who answered correctly. And, if kids are playing alone or with a parent, they can use the space to easily track which questions will need reviewing. Whether they're playing alone or in a group of friends, kids will love this game-based learning tool.

About the Author

Alex A. Lluch is a renowned author who has written more than 200 books in a diverse range of subjects, including education, weddings, maternity, babies, weight loss, health, fitness, self-help, and more. He has sold more than 4 million books in North America alone. Lluch is known for writing books that are very comprehensive yet extremely easy to read and understand, making them favorites of readers worldwide. He has been featured on Fox News, AOL Health, WebMD, Pregnancy Today, Parenting magazine, the Chicago Sun Times, and more.

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Format

Spiral bound
208 pages

Author

Alex A. Lluch
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Publisher

WS Publishing

Publication date

11th April 2013

ISBN

9781613510094


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