The Best Sign (Cover-To-Cover Chapter Books)

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This post was created by a member of Edutopia's community. The students in your classroom come from a variety of backgrounds, and many of them might not have the social skills you’d expect them to have at their age. "The most important thing we can teach our children is how to learn on their own," said one reader. These opportunities should contribute to students' appreciation of the arts, their quality and enjoyment of life and assist them to prepare for various post- schooling opportunities.

Pages: 54

Publisher: Perfection Learning (August 15, 1999)

ISBN: 0780780302

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