This resource is a dictionary based on ‘word parts’ (prefixes, suffixes, combining forms and roots) which all form words. It is meant to be used in conjunction with a standard dictionary and a thesaurus. Why use? Learning the individual ‘parts’ of a word and the meaning behind each will help the student decipher the meaning of an unknown word or words.
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This is a downloadable copy of the book. (138 pages)
About the book: A Guide for the Study of Animals is a classic zoology guide (1911) which is intended for pupils in 9th-12th grades. It was prepared by the authors at the request of the Biology Round Table, an association composed of the teachers of Biology in the Chicago High Schools. The book is basically a Biology / Zoology Lab activity guide. Please note that this is not a ‘textbook’ but a lab activity book. (See description for further details.)
This is a downloadable copy of the book. (640 pages)
About the book: 430 puzzles (answers provided), problems, paradoxes, and brain-teasers presented by a master of mathematical ingenuity.Virtually every sort of mathematical or logical poser is included in this extraordinary collection — problems concerning the manipulation of numbers; unicursal and route problems; moving counter puzzles; locomotion and speed problems; measuring, weighing, and packing problems; clock puzzles; combination and group problems. (See more in description below)
Working with analogies =’s using critical thinking skills so I’ve designed 3 Thanksgiving analogy worksheets to get students to put on their ‘thinking caps’ to make some holiday word connections!
Here are a few examples of the analogies you’ll find:
Mayflower : ship :: Plymouth : colony
thankfulness : gratefulness :: charity : generosity
sow : reap :: plant : harvest
Level: 6th – 12th Grades
Answer Keys provided
American History – Part 1 for High School (Student Textbook)