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Life in Numbers: Stressed Out!

by Michelle R. Prather


Category : Education

ISBN No :9781425853587

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Stress is the body's reaction to certain situations and feelings. It changes how the body functions and how you feel about life—at least temporarily. Stress sounds… well,stressful! But stress is a normal part of your day,and you should not be afraid of it. Featuring TIME For Kids content,this nonfiction reader introduces students to the topic of stress and how to cope with it. This high-interest title includes detailed photos and sidebars,stimulating facts,and clear,informational text to engage students as they build their critical literacy skills. The book includes text features such as a table of contents,glossary,and an index to increase understanding and improve academic vocabulary. The Reader's Guide and Try It! sections prompt students to connect back to the text,and provide extensive language-development activities that will develop critical thinking. Aligned with state and national standards,this text prepares students for college and career. Keep grade 4 students engaged from cover to cover with this exciting reader.

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Michelle R. Prather

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