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  • Alphabet Review Series 5: Syllables
    $10.00 Choose Options Alphabet Review Series 5: Syllables
    In this last course in the Alphabet Review Series, students learn about syllables, and how one's ability to read and spell well can be increased by learning how to divide a word into syllables. Materials You Need to...
  • Alphabet Review Series study booklet
    $31.00 Alphabet Review Series study booklet
    This is the study booklet that goes with all five of the Heron Alphabet Review Series courses. Materials You Need to Supply:  None.
  • $7.55 Amos Fortune, Free Man Glossary of Hard-to-Find Words
    Originally written for 7th grade readers, this is nevertheless a useful companion glossary for anyone reading or teaching Amos Fortune Free Man by Elizabeth Yates.  This is a comprehensive glossary of the history,...
  • Applied Algebra - Prediction of Motion
    $53.00 Choose Options Applied Algebra - Prediction of Motion
    A student who has completed a second year of algebra study is ready to learn more practical uses for the subject. This course is the final course in the Heron algebra series. It gives the student a good feel for the use of...
  • Arithmetic Facts
    $18.00 Choose Options Arithmetic Facts
    Mastering the basic addition, subtraction, multiplication and division facts of arithmetic is vital to being able to do arithmetic quickly and with certainty. One successful aid to attaining this ability is drilling the...
  • Art History 1: Ancient to Post-Renaissance Art
    $10.00 Choose Options Art History 1: Ancient to Post-Renaissance Art
    This course guides the student through research on the history of art, covering Prehistoric Art, Ancient Egypt and the Near East, Greece and Rome, the Middle Ages in Europe, the Renaissance and Post-Renaissance periods. Some...
  • Art History 2: Modern and Non-Western Art
    $10.00 Choose Options Art History 2: Modern and Non-Western Art
    Following on Art History 1, this course continues the student's research on the history of art, covering Pre- through Post-Impressionism, Modern, Non-Western and traditional art forms. Some excellent reference materials are...
  • Basic Biology Series: Amphibians
    $24.10 Choose Options Basic Biology Series: Amphibians
    Why are frogs and toads called amphibians? How are they different from reptiles? Where are you most likely to find wild amphibians? In this illustrated course, students get to choose from eight practical projects where they...
  • Basic Biology Series: Animal Kingdom
    $36.40 Choose Options Basic Biology Series: Animal Kingdom
    There are so many different kinds of animals in the world, how can we keep them all straight? One way is to group them by the ways they are alike. In this fully illustrated course, the student learns how to group animals...
  • Basic Biology Series: Animals of Long Ago
    $31.10 Choose Options Basic Biology Series: Animals of Long Ago
    The subject of dinosaurs is often a popular one with younger children. This course presents information about those animals of long ago at a level easily accessible to a young student, and provides illustrations for each...