Childcraft the How and Why Library

Childcraft the How and Why Library

Once Upon A Time

Book - 2004
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Childcraft features a classic blend of photos, illustrations, fiction, and nonfiction to capture and keep the interest of a young students. Childcraft is also an excellent choice for teachers and librarians to read to young nonreaders. Its varied content responds to children's different learning styles and developing comprehension skills. Ideal for primary and upper elementary students, these engaging books provide key facts and concepts about plants, animals, numbers, people, and the universe. Students will discover a wealth of information on a wide range of topics-from science and natural history to cultures around the world. Childcraft makes an ideal first reference collection for young students. Features: Wide range of multicultural coverage. New "Activity Levels 1, 2, 3" indicate required level of supervision. New "Know It All" feature identifies text that promotes higher-level thinking skills. Controlled vocabulary and glossaries help build language skills. Excellent resource for classroom assignments, projects, and reports. Explains concepts simply: age-appropriate text, bold graphics. Helps develop research skills and promote further research. Welcome to Childcraft explains the concepts of Childcraft. Fun with Childcraft leads students on a treasure hunt through Childcraft. A reading resource collection.
Publisher: Chicago, Illinois : World Book, Inc., a Scott Fetzer Company, ©2004.
ISBN: 9780716657132
0716657139
9780716657156
0716657155
Characteristics: 192 pages :,colour illustrations ;,26 cm
Alternative Title: Once upon a time

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