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MEA48200

Mead First Grade Comprehensive Workbook Education Printed Book for Science/Mathematics/Social Studies

Book - 320 Pages

Reg. Price $10.99

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Comprehensive design extends appropriate foundational skills at home
Activities focus on fine-motor and gross-motor development
320 pages complement curriculum at 1st-grade level
Activities reinforce phonics, vocabulary, reading, writing and more
Includes sticker page, parent tips, visual direction icons and more
  • Additional Info
SKU
MEA48200
Manufacturer
MeadWestvaco
Manufacturer Part Number
48200
Brand Name
Mead
Product Type
Printed Book
Category
Education
Choking Hazard
Yes

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Mead First Grade Comprehensive Workbook Education Printed Book for Science/Mathematics/Social Studies
 
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5.0

excellent curriculum

By michelle the educator

from sunset beach, nc

About Me Quality Oriented

Verified Buyer

Pros

  • Durable Construction
  • Easy To Remove Pages
  • Variety Of Subjects

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Practice For School
    • Printing

    Comments about Mead First Grade Comprehensive Workbook Education Printed Book for Science/Mathematics/Social Studies:

    I started my dayghters with the preschool workbook by mead, then they moved to the kindergarten workbook and now we have the first grade success book. I use it in conjunction with the snip it by mead and love them all. My children have learned so much from using these books and i am confident that they will succeed in school thanks to the resources created by mead.

    • Primary use:
    • Personal
    • Was this a gift?:
    • No
     
    5.0

    Great book

    By Elena teaching

    from Pompano Beach, Fl

    About Me Value Oriented

    Verified Buyer

    Pros

    • Bright White
    • Professional Quality
    • Quality Writing Surface

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Home
      • Reinforce

      Comments about Mead First Grade Comprehensive Workbook Education Printed Book for Science/Mathematics/Social Studies:

      I change my son to another school and he is behind I bought this book so we could keep practicing at home to have an idea what first grade have to lear. "I trust Mead"

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      • Personal
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