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Super Pack 5 2013

Super Pack 5

Suggested grade: 4
(children who will be entering fifth grade in the fall)

Brief Product Description

Super Pack 5 contains:

  • Summer Book 5
  • Mind Benders: Level 3 (A1)
  • "Magic" Rocks
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Detailed Product Description

Summer Book 5 (2nd edition) is for students entering the fifth grade. It contains fifty pages of activities. The top half of each page reviews math concepts. The bottom half of each page reviews language concepts. There are thinking skills or reading comprehension exercises on the back of each page. A complete answer key is located at the back of the book and may be easily removed.

Some of the math concepts reviewed are:

  • addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division of whole numbers, fractions, and decimals
  • finding the lowest common multiple
  • graphing
  • working with prime numbers
  • converting measures
  • solving word problems
  • rounding numbers
  • using divisibility rules
  • factoring numbers
  • finding area and perimeter
  • writing numbers from words
  • placing commas in numbers
  • using plane geometry terms
  • averaging
  • comparing metric units
  • using greater than and less than symbols

Some of the grammar and writing concepts reviewed are:

  • common and proper nouns
  • adjectives
  • pronouns
  • adverbs
  • identifying subjects and parts of speech
  • action, linking and helping verbs
  • diagraming
  • fragments
  • types of sentences
  • contractions
  • synonyms, antonyms, and homonyms
  • possessive words
  • punctuation
  • singular and plural
  • capitalization
  • writing sentences
  • writing descriptions
BONUS!  Explore rocks, fossils, and shells while learning many interesting facts and principles about them. An abundance of beautiful illustrations and informative reading comprehension articles make completing this Summer Book almost like taking an extra exciting science class this summer! All students will find themselves much more interested and much better prepared for their upcoming studies in physical science.

Mind Benders: Level 3 (or A1)

Prepares your students for testing! Develops reading comprehension, logic, and problem solving. 15 activities, 32 pages.

Description & Features

Mind Benders, our best-selling deductive thinking puzzles, develop the logic, reading comprehension, and mental organization skills vital to achieving high grades and top test scores in all subjects. They're also great for developing real-life, problem solving skills.


Students carefully analyze each Mind Benders story and its clues, identifying logical associations between people, places, and things. The key is to start with the most obvious associations, then deduce less obvious associations until everything finally fits together.

Teaching Support

Includes step-by-step instructions and detailed answers.

Table of Contents/Skills
Who Are the Twins?
Find the Nickname
Name the Animals
How Old Are They?
Place the Houses
Favorite Sports
Who's Hiding Where?
Name the Animals II
The Jobs People Do
What's in a Name?
The Football Team
The Name Game
People at Work
It's All About Grades
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"Magic" Rocks - These three rocks have unusual properties that can make them appear magical. Dolomite, pumice and magnetite can be enjoyed again and again.

Dolomite is a sedimentary rock that is found all over the world. It will react with the acid in vinegar to produce another mineral called aragonite. To do this place the dolomite into a small glass dish and . . . . After the vinegar is evaporated, let the crystals of aragonite harden for one more week.

Pumice is an igneous rock that has a very low density. If you examine the rock sample closely you will see tiny pores or cavities in the rock that were formed as the molten volcanic rock hardened. . . . Carefully place your dry pumice sample in a cup partially filled with water to see if it floats. Let it sit undisturbed overnight to see if it sinks after the water seeps into the pores to fill the air spaces.

The first thing you may notice about your magnetite sample is that it probably has little black bits stuck to it. These are small magnetic or metal pieces that the sample has attracted. . . . See if your sample of magnetite can pick up a small paperclip, metal pin, or staple.



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