Summer Brain Quest: Between Grades 4 & 5

Bridget Heos (Author) Workman Publishing (Author)
& 2 more
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Description

Stop summer slide Stay summer smart For kids who just finished 4th grade, this Common Core-aligned workbook will get you back-to-school ready for 5th grade, with hundreds of fun activities, exercises, and games.

Learn all summer long with this personalized, interactive quest Begin with a map that guides you through a workbook jam-packed with activities based on reading comprehension, research, writing, decimals, fractions, earth systems, American history, and more, with fun illustrations throughout.

Once you complete an activity, get your stickers and track your progress on the map Loved by kids, teacher-approved, and parent-trusted, this Summer Brain Quest Workbook also includes bonus challenges and stickers, outside activities, a summer reading list, a Brain Quest mini deck, and more.


Product Details

Price
$12.95  $11.91
Publisher
Workman Publishing
Publish Date
April 18, 2017
Pages
160
Dimensions
8.3 X 0.6 X 11.6 inches | 1.1 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9780761189206
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About the Author

Bridget Heos is the author of more than 100 books for kids, including the popular Mustache Baby books and the nonfiction Just Like Us! series. She lives in Kansas City, Missouri, with her husband and four children.
authorbridgetheos.com
Twitter @bridgetheos

Workman Publishing Company has been producing award-winning calendars, cookbooks, parenting guides, and children's titles, as well as gardening, humor, self-help, and business books, since 1968. From our What to Expect(R) pregnancy and parenting series and Page-A-Day(R) Calendars to the iconic 1,000 Places to See Before You Die(R) and Brain Quest(R) children's products, our wide range of high-quality non-fiction titles and products inspire, educate, and entertain readers around the globe.

Chad Thomas first picked up a pencil in 1983, decided to draw cartoons in 1988, and finally started getting paid for it in 2005. He loves his family, comic books and Star Wars, and will let his children beat him in Checkers, but never in Mario Kart. Thomas has illustrated several TinkerActive Workbooks for Odd Dot.