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The Five Elements First Grade Geography Series: 1st Grade Books (Children's How Things Work Books)

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Geography can be a tough nut to crack if introduced ineffectively. Children at fifth grade still need as much as visual as possible. They easily get bored with textbooks filled with writings. A splash of color and illustration will facilitate for better memory and the more effective absorption of geographic information. Hence, your child needs this book. Grab a copy today!


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Geography can be a tough nut to crack if introduced ineffectively. Children at fifth grade still need as much as visual as possible. They easily get bored with textbooks filled with writings. A splash of color and illustration will facilitate for better memory and the more effective absorption of geographic information. Hence, your child needs this book. Grab a copy today!

30 review for The Five Elements First Grade Geography Series: 1st Grade Books (Children's How Things Work Books)

  1. 5 out of 5

    Anna

    Great book I liked this book. I learned that earth, air, fire and water are not the only elements. There are two others. This is a great book for first graders. The pictures are crystal clear. It's an easy read for first graders. I would recommend this to others parents with first graders. I received this product at a discounted or free price for my honest review.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Janice Carroll

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  7. 5 out of 5

    Sherie Johnson-yerges

    Big words, little information I expected a first grade book to explain the big words instead of just using them as a summary. Wood being an element separate of Earth, metal being an element, and air not being an element are all contrary to normal understanding of basic elements. Earth, Air, Fire, and Water were what I expected with wonder if Spirit was somehow going to be incorporated as the fifth.

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    Laura Beth

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