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Brain Quest America
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Brain Quest just keeps getting smarter! Brain Quest America has been thoroughly updated with fresh and appealing designs for the cards and revised content--that's hundreds of brand-new questions. Drawn from first-through sixth-grade curricula, the material aligns with state and national standards and is vetted by an award-winning teacher.
Delving into notable events and famous people, literature, laws, inventions, and more, Brain Quest America presents 850 questions and answers all about the U.S.A. Test your knowledge about a kite-flying scientist from Philadelphia (Ben Franklin) and the "Land of 10,000 Lakes" (Minnesota). And which came first, the Post-it or the Band-Aid?
Brain Quest proves it's not just fun to be smart--it's smart to be smart.
These travel editions of the newly relaunched Brain Quest series make learning about geography fun. Each set includes two 75-card hinged decks of question-and-answer card sets. Full color. Pkg.
Smarter. Fresher. Better.
And now with new content, and new packaging.
Announcing the relaunch of Brain Quest, America’s #1 educational bestseller with over 23.7 million copies in print. Featuring a complete updating of the content and an eye-catching, brainy-retro new look, this is a dazzling makeover, inside and out.
For kids, it’s fun unplugged. For parents, it’s the easiest, most trusted way to know if their children are keeping pace. Assisting in the relaunch is an advisory panel of ten of America’s top educators, each of them winners of Teacher of the Year or Milken National Educator Awards. The result: completely revised questions and answers, with up to 20%new material, to bring each deck up to the standards of today’s curricula. The content is the same that kids will find on standardized tests, handled in such a way that it promotes mental flexibility.
It's O.K To Be America Smart!
A singer from Tupelo. A kite-flier from Philadelphia. A bus rider from Montgomery. A statue from France. The Bill of Rights, the Big Muddy, the Mack Brothers and the Marx Brothers. And which came first: elevator or escalator? peanut butter or jelly? Post-it or Band-Aid? Laws, literature, events and inventions, it's the Brain Quest that asks: How well do you know the U.S.A?
TEACHER APPROVED BY THE BRAIN QUEST PANEL OF AWARD WINNING EDUCATORS.
This travel edition of the newly relaunched Brain Quest series makes learning about American geography fun. The set includes a 75-card hinged deck of question-and-answer cards. Full color.
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