This fascinating book is part of the Earth and Space Sciences Readers for students in Upper Primary School.The water cycle is an amazing cycle that goes through many stages. Learn about these stages and how they effect you everyday in this exciting read.Includes a lab activity at the end of the book Contents:Down Came The RainRoun and Round We GoEvaporation into the SkyCondensation and Cloud FormationCloud MovementPrecipitationWater on the EarthWater in OceansWonderful WaterAppen
"Sheep and goats battle for souls and appetites. A cockfighter and matador feed their families through bloodshed. An aging gigolo glimpses love through lust and money. Women and chile peppers conquer by being consumed. Maids create homes in other people's lives. Magic becomes realism and vice versa. If we are what we eat -- where do we draw the line? Warm and knowing, these stories by veteran border watchers turn boundaries into mirrors and frontiers into metaphors of the lines that keep people attached and apart"--Cover (p. 4).
Many of the earliest books, particularly those dating back to the 1900s and before, are now extremely scarce and increasingly expensive. We are republishing these classic works in affordable, high quality, modern editions, using the original text and artwork.
Ask any Canadian about a distinctly Canadian form of English, and most will offer an enthusiastic Bob-and-Doug-McKenzie 'eh' in response. A passionate few might also bring up the colour vs. color debate or our pronunciations of 'out' and 'about'. And some may point to the ubiquitous Canadian toque as evidence of a language that is all our own. If this is your idea of Canadian English, then it might surprise you that Katherine Barber, Editor-in-Chief of the best-selling Canadian Oxford Dictionary and author of the best-selling Six Words You Never Knew Had Something to Do With Pigs, has written a new book filled with nothing but made-in-Canada vocabulary. Only in Canada You Say highlights more...
Crowly examines how media arts in worship can support the gospel, preaching, music, and all components of the service to enhance the whole experience of worship. Each chapter includes discussion questions that can be used with small groups.
Mastery-based 5th grade spelling workbook that combines the latest research on how children learn to spell with all the strengths of traditional programs. Daily activities motivate visual, auditory, tactile, and multi-faceted learners, with themes built around a weekly Scripture verse. Lessons focus on 20 base words per week. (NOTE: Teacher guidebook is essential for use with this curriculum)