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READING 2011 LEVELED READER GRADE 3.3.2 ADVANCED:GRANDMOTHER SPIDER STEALS THE SUN

The third installment of the Reading Street series, Grade 3, delivers structured content designed for children who have a firm foundation in English and Language Arts and are ready to continue on the path to lifelong reading. This curriculum for homeschooling brings together classic reading selections, fun activities and parent/teacher guides to help you develop lessons that boost your student’s English and Language Arts learning. As with all levels of Reading Street, Grade 3 was created using educational research to ensure your child is guided through his or her work by age-appropriate and cutting-edge content.

Each week, your child will work through a series of reading and writing activities that center around a Big Idea. This structure supports your child’s critical thinking skills and ensures he or she builds knowledge suitable for a child in third Grade. By the end of the year, children at this level in their homeschooling program should be able to:

  • Read third-grade level material at a steady pace.
  • Identify errors when reading aloud and know how to correct them.
  • Answer questions using examples from the text.
  • Comprehend and explain main ideas found in the reading.
  • Develop a point of view different than those of characters in stories.
  • Edit writing after completing it.
  • Use transitions in writing, such as “therefore,” “for example” and “also.”

Reading Street: Grade 3 will give you the tools you need to achieve these learning goals during your homeschool program. Grade 3 comes in a two-volume set that’s packed with engaging reading materials and helpful teacher tools. You’ll be able to keep tabs on your child’s progress through this level by using the assessment materials. If your child needs to revisit a certain lesson, you can ensure he or she does so and fully comprehends the subject.

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How Grandmother Spider Got the Sun : A Cherokee Tale

How Grandmother Spider Got the Sun : A Cherokee Tale

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Meine letzten 40 Tage. Eine indianische Vision über das Sterben und den Tod

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The Shamanic Journey: A Beginner’s Guide to Journeying

The Shamanic Journey: A Beginner’s Guide to Journeying is written for the beginner or those relatively new to the shamanic journey practice. It is drawn from the wisdom gained through my own experiences with the journey, plus more than a decade of teaching individuals and groups, and in workshops. It contains answers to the most common questions asked, as well as suggestions and insights gained over the years.

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Shamanism

A fascinating tale of an alternate history of North America as told through a time-spanning, Native-American love story.

Thanks to the North American tribe, the Paiutes, time has been danced backwards and history has been changed. In the world of the “Second Attempt,” the greedy pale-skinned European “demons” never invaded. But one day, a young Lakota warrior named Four-Winds begs the Paiutes to once again change the course of history, to prevent the death of the Pawnee princess he loves. The Paiutes accept, but this temporal upheaval will not be without cosmic repercussions.

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Ecstatic Body Postures: An Alternate Reality Workbook

Specific body postures reappear in the art and artifacts of world cultures, even those widely separated by time and distance. What are these images of unusual postures telling us? Medicine people, shamans, priests, and priestesses of indigenous cultures have passed on this sacred body of knowledge for thousands of years. Anthropologist Felicita Goodman discovered that people who assume these postures report strikingly similar meditative experiences. The results from this research are inspiring, proving that certain body gestures and movements allow us to access higher states of consciousness. With clear instructions and illustrations, Belinda Gore demonstrates these shamanic postures and how to work with them. Ecstatic Body Postures is a “must read” for anyone interested in meditation, shamanic practice, yoga, or body work.

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EPONA Smooth-Finish Boot Sock – Assorted

Powder-smooth, light and cool, silky to the touch, Super-durable, athletic stretch nylon/spandex. Classic garter/cigar band styling.Assorted Green, Blue, Purple and Red bands. Womens 1 size. One pair.

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Cardfight!! Vanguard TCG – Liberator of Hope, Epona (BT10/059EN) – Booster Set 10: Triumphant Return of the King of Knights

Cardfight!! Vanguard is a Japanese trading card game published by Bushiroad. It was created in collaboration between Akira Ito (Yu-Gi-Oh! R), Satoshi Nakamura (Duel Masters), and Bushiroad president Takaaki Kidani. The game was also released in conjunction with a TV anime series. In the game, players “ride” a unit as their Vanguard, which represents them on the board. They may also summon other units as Rear Guards to attack or support. The game is won by doing 6 points of damage to the opponent’s Vanguard.

Card Name: Liberator of Hope, Epona

Card Number: BT10/059EN

Clan: Gold Paladin

Critical: 1

Grade / Skill: Grade 0 / Boost

Nation: United Sanctuary

Power: 5000

Race: Sylph

Rarity: C

Unit: Trigger Unit

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Iktomi and the Ducks: A Plains Indian Story

After outwitting some ducks, Iktomi, the Indian trickster, is outwitted by Coyote.

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The Slavs (Ancient Peoples and Places Series)

This is the first concise account of the beginning and early history of the Slavic peoples. The author follows the development and spread of what was initially a relatively unimportant group of Indo-European stock through the Bronze and Iron ages to their consolidation as individual Slavic states in the ninth and tenth centuries, A.D. — Contents: 1. Origins – 2, The North Carpathian Culture During the Bronze and Early Iron Ages: Chronological outline – Settlement patterns – Metallurgy – Pottery – Funeral practices – 3. Slavic Tribal Names in Historic Records of the First Centuries AD – 4. The Proto-Slavs During the Sarmartian and Gotho-Gepid Expansions: The westward expansion of the Sarmatians – The Zarubinets Complex, 200 BC – AD 100 – The Goths north of the Black Sea and the Chernjakhova Complex – Old Germanic loan words in Slavic – 5. The Recovery, Early Slavic Settlement in the Ukraine and Russia – 6. Slavic Migrations to Central Europe and the Balkan Peninsula: Historical evidence – Linguistic evidence – Archaeological evidence – 7. Social Structure: The joint family – Kinship terminology – Social organization – 8. Religion: Temples – Gods and their functions. With 75 photographs, 48 line drawings, 15 maps and 1 table.

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