Read What I Should Know at Seven: A Journal and Diary of Facts for American Kids in the Second Grade by Ross Rosenfeld Free Online
Book Title: What I Should Know at Seven: A Journal and Diary of Facts for American Kids in the Second Grade|
The author of the book: Ross Rosenfeld
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Edition: Fun Books
Date of issue: August 29th 2015
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How many cents are there in a dollar?
Who was president during the Civil War?
What is the biggest ocean on Earth?
Would your seven-year-old know the answers to these questions?
What I Should at Seven (Level 3 books) is a diary, a record of facts, and a great overall learning experience for any child in second grade or preparing to enter it. The digital version is easy to use and filled with links for more learning and entertainment. With the rise in school standards with the Common Core, it is as important as ever to make certain that your child is starting off on the right foot.
This book is intended to be a guide for you and your child in regards to basic things that they should know by seven-years-old. It will give you an idea of what your child knows while allowing him or her to learn about the world around them in a fun and engaging way. Every child is different, of course, and each develops differently. Yet there are some core facts that children should know at certain ages. A strong base knowledge, along with a strong vocabulary, is extremely important for learning.
With this book, your child can record personal facts, learn about time, learn facts about the United States, learn world facts, and more. The book is not only fun, but acts as a great diagnostic tool that will help parents begin discussions with their children about things that they may not have thought to talk about. A child of seven can do the book on his or her own, but you’ll probably enjoy doing it together.
Reading Level: Level 3 books
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Read information about the authorI was an odd kid, that's for sure. And now I'm hoping to be the world's oddest author.
I was the kid bringing books into school and getting in trouble for reading in class. I may have been the only kid in history to have his mother called up to the school because he was reading too much.
I dreamed of adventure. Perhaps that's why my first Amazon novel, The Stolen Kingdom (now a free downloand), was an adventure tale. Unlike in the story, though, I've never been much of a hero. In fact, I've managed to do things backwards for most of my life, and that goes for writing too.
I'm an expert at failure. At one point I could've papered my room with rejection notices. One critic literally waited eleven years just to send me an email reminding me that I'm not Stephen King or J.K. Rowling yet.
But the kids I worked with while a New York City teacher and at Crestwood Day Camp and in my tutoring business helped keep me afloat. They loved the stories I would tell, and would sit transfixed as I presented my tales. And I decided that ordinary writing just wouldn't do it for me. I wanted to do something unusual: I wanted people who read my books to feel like they weren't reading - to feel like they were just hearing a story from someone who was sitting by the fire with them, taking their minds on a journey.
So far, it seems to be working. The Stolen Kingdom has attracted some very good reviews, and I've thoroughly enjoyed interacting with fans. Some companion stories are on the way, and I have some new stuff planned for later this year.
I hope you'll come on this journey with me and help me create stories for people to cherish.