Have you ever wondered why Greek myths are known worldwide? Well, they have the perfect ingredients of magic, power and culture. They’re fictional but they strongly reflect the cultures and traditions of Greece. In this book, we’re going to discuss The Big Three: Zeus, Poseidon and Hades. Who are they? What power do they have and what realms do they reign over?
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Who was Hercules? Greek Mythology for Kids | Children's Greek & Roman Books...
Tell tales to students in grades 5 and up using Greek and Roman Mythology! This 128-page book includes reproducible activities tha...t develop higher-level thinking skills through mythological stories, maps, charts, crossword puzzles, quizzes, and worksheets. The book covers topics such as mythology, geography, history, and creative writing. Students love learning about these fascinating tales! read more
Give your students moving from gr. 4 to gr. 5 an ability to hit the ground running once summer is over with the Evan-Moor Daily Su...mmer Activities, Between 4th Grade and 5th Grade Activity Book. The lessons in our summer bridge workbook provide reading and writing activities, including understanding parts of speech and working on reading comprehension. Grade four students moving to grade five also need to brush up on their mathematics skills, and we offer lessons based on learning multiplication and division facts, fractions and four-digit addition and subtraction. Keep your soon-to-be fifth grader sharp throughout vacation with our recently updated summer activity workbook! This summer bridge activity book includes sticker rewards. 10 Weeks of Work - Each of our activity books gives you a series of daily activities over a 10-week period to keep your soon-to-be fifth grader focused all summer long Spelling Work - Learning a dozen new spelling words each week will help students enhance their overall writing and reading abilities over the summer Reading Comprehension - We've included multiple stories in our summer activity workbook that will allow your child to enhance their reading comprehension skills Work on Multiplication Facts - One of the best ways to stay sharp with math is to continue working on multiplication facts regularly, even when school is not in session Includes Flash Cards - For those students who learn better with visual clues, we've included flash cards for multiplication and division read more
You can make learning fun! The best way to achieve that is to introduce experiments that tickle your child's senses for a complete... learning experience. This book includes food experiments that your fourth grader will love! Encourage your child to do... read more
Is The Tomb of King Tut Really Cursed? History Books for Kids 4th Grade | Children's Ancient History...
At fourth grade, there will be a lot going on in your child’s life. Why don’t you go easy on him/her by allowing the use of this a...ctivity book? It may seem fun and easy to do but an activity book actually helps your child in more ways than one because it helps your child to become more patient, determined and confident. read more
How do you read maps, globes and atlases if they’re not in your electronic devices? Let your fourth grader learn about geography t...he traditional way. Encourage him/her to study this book on his/her own pace. Being too dependent on the internet is not always advised. It’s essential that your child has the knowledge to live offline, too. Grab a copy now. read more
Does your fourth grader recognize these landforms and other geographic features? Encourage your child to use this book either as a...n introduction to the subject or as a reviewer. Either way, the presentation of information will definitely capture the attention and secure learning. How fast can your child master geography concepts? Find out soon. read more
An illustrated dictionary of the gods, heroes, and legends of the Greek and Roman peoples.
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Practicing Roman Numerals - Math Book 6th Grade | Children's Math Books...
Teeming with monsters, magic, and adventure, this captivating children's classic by one of America's greatest writers retells six ...legendary tales of incredible warriors and evil creatures.Using a fictional narrator who tells engrossing stories to his young relatives on quiet hillsides, in secluded vales, and other attractive settings, Nathaniel Hawthorne draws his readers into the imaginative and ancient world of Greek mythology. There, they meet King Midas, the man with an unusual power, in "The Golden Touch"; Hercules, the legendary hero and strongman, in "The Three Golden Apples"; cruel witches with snakes for hair, in "The Gorgon's Head"; and "The Chimaera," a monster that is part lion, part goat, and part snake. An enchanting account of Pandora and an enticing box is recounted in "The Paradise of Children," while "The Miraculous Pitcher" tells a heartwarming tale about the rewards of hospitality and goodness.An excellent way to acquaint youngsters with a number of classical heroes and evil-doers, A Wonder Book will enchant readers of all ages. read more
Minerva and Arachne and the Weaving Contest- Children's Greek & Roman Myths...
The Three Bears is a lovely and gentle retelling of the classic fairytale about three bears and one, unwanted, visitor. Classic vi...ntage illustrations have been paired with an updated text suitable for beginning readers. In a sturdy board book format suitable for little hands to handle without worry of tears. read more
Angle Classification and Measurement - 6th Grade Geometry Books Vol II | Children's Math Books...
Ancient names come to rich and fascinating life in this lavishly illustrated gift book for mythology fans and word lovers.Did you ...know that “museums” were initially temples built to worship the nine muses, the goddesses of the arts? That “Janus” was the god of the doorways and hallways, and we have named our janitors after him?Where did these words — and other words, such as chaos, genius, nemesis, panic, echo, and narcissus — come from? From the ancient stories of the Greeks — stories that rang so true and wise that the names of the characters have survived for centuries as words we use every day. The brief stories here not only impart the subtle wisdom of these ancient tales, but make us understand the words, and our own world, more deeply. read more
Did you know that museums were initially temples built to worship the nine muses? That Janus was the god of doorways and hallways,... and after him we have named janitors? Where did these words—and other words, such as chaos, genius, nemesis, panic, and echo, come from? From the ancient stories of the Greeks—stories that rang so true and wise that the names of the characters have survived for centuries as words we use every day. This rich collection of myths is perfect for the classroom or as a gift book. read more
The Ottoman Empire was one of the most popular empires in history. This book will discuss the many facts of the Ottoman Empire, al...ong with the notable achievements achieved during their time. Learning about history is not just about memorizing names... read more
"Explores the stories of some of the most prominent figures in Roman mythology, such as Romulus and Remus, Jupiter, Venus, Mars, a...nd Apollo and the story of the Aeneid. Each tale includes a detailed introduction to the culture of ancient Rome, as well asexpert commentary written by scholars and specialists."-- read more
Let's Leap Ahead Trivia is a fun game of 1,000 questions that kids can play alone, with their friends, or in teams. This book incl...udes 1,000 multiple-choice questions in ten different categories, covering all the subjects taught in school. The user-friendly format contains a wide variety of multiple-choice questions that help prepare your child for the SAT and other assessment tests. Furthermore, all of the content is current with the Common Core Standards of Education. Kids have so much fun answering these questions that they don’t even know they’re learning! read more
Kids going from grade three to grade four will be able to better maintain the skills they've gained, making them fully prepared fo...r the upcoming school year, by using the Evan-Moor Daily Summer Activities, Between 3rd Grade and 4th Grade Activity Book. Our age appropriate activities will ensure the jump from gr. 3 to gr. 4 will be a smooth one for your child. By giving students specific lessons on multiplication, division, fractions and word problems, third graders who are moving into fourth grade will be more confident from the first day of school onward. Students also will work on lessons in reading, writing and geography with our recently revised workbook. Mathematics Skills - Our summer activity workbook includes help with age appropriate math skills, including multiplication, division, addition and subtraction Basic Geography Work - Young students will gain an understanding of how to read a map, as well as learning about common map symbols Parts of Speech - Soon-to-be fourth graders will gain an introductory knowledge of things like antonyms, synonyms and homophones Reading Comprehension Help - Children will read a couple of stories each week and then answer review questions, helping them develop reading comprehension skills Daily Lessons - Kids can complete one or two lessons per day over a 10-week period, leaving plenty of time for both educational work and other summer activities read more