Brain Quest Workbook: 1st Grade Paperback – 9 July 2008
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Teaching ancient Egypt, referring to the Hebrew slaves only as “builders”. This is akin to teaching American history and calling African slaves “farmers”.
Secondly, either an oversight or an attempt to create confusion in the student; asking a question that is not answered in the text. For example, page 97. The child is expected to know where Miami is located, as it does not appear on the map. Further, the text on the page does not answer any of the questions; which Is vital at this age, teaching children to gain the answers by reading and comprehending relevant text.
I am not surprised at the decline in academic standard over the past decade, just disappointed.
Form: 320 pages weighs a lot. This is not a little workbook that you can spontaneously stuff in a kid's backpack as an extra way to stave off boredom while traveling. This is a substantial book.