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Carole Marsh Mysteries #2: The Mystery at the Boston Marathon: Teacher's Guideby Carole Marsh
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When their schoolteacher cousin disappears in the middle of running the Boston Marathon, four kids wind their way through the perilous maze of Boston streets along the Freedom Trail to discover what happened Take your Mark and race with Christina Grant and their cousins - Derian and C.F. - as they try to track down the mysterious whereabouts of their school-teacher cousin who has disappeared from the famous Boston Marathon - right in the middle of the race MORE than a race, a mystery MORE than a mystery, there's real history about the Freedom Trail and the Boston Marathon history, too MORE THAN ENOUGH REASONS TO RACE TO READ The Mystery on the Freedom Trail The Boston Marathon Mystery.
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The Mystery on the Freedom Trail is recommended by Sylvan Learning's Book Adventure reading program. Book Adventure is a FREE reading motivation program for children in grades K-8. Sylvan Learning is the leading provider of tutoring and supplemental education services to students of all ages.
Some call it the biggest race in the world. We call it a GIGANTIC history lesson This comprehensive guide enhances the many dramatic learning opportunities students can gain from reading The Mystery at the Boston Marathon by Carole Marsh. INCLUDES: A chapter guide of additional information, trivia, historical facts, and more to help teachers be experts on the Boston Marathon, the Freedom Trail, and early American history Activity ideas that make the book come dramatically to life for young readers The author's additional comments and thoughts about the amazing history of Boston, the never-ending Freedom Trail, and the biggest race in the world Additional information on history, geography, mathematics, further reading, additional resources, and more Reproducible activities for math, art, history, reading, writing, geography, spelling, and much more Great out-of-the-box ideas like a water cycle science experiment, marathon training tips, and creating a three-dimensional Freedom Trail
Companion teacher's guide to the Mystery at the Boston Marathon.
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