Break Your Own Geode - 2pc (National Geographic)

Break Your Own Geode - 2pc (National Geographic)

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Grades: 3-AD

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Category Description for GEOLOGY:
Primary Subject
Science
Grade Start
3
Grade End
AD
EAN
816448029721
Format
Other
Brand Name
Dr. Cool
Weight
0.9562 (lbs.)
Dimensions
10.0" x 7.25" x 2.38"
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My daughter completed level one and is looking forward to level 2.
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My daughter completed level one and is looking forward to level 2.
Angela W on Aug 28, 2017
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<p>I am 11 years old and have completed version 2 Rosetta Stone Spanish Level 1 and now am doing version 3 Spanish Level 2</p><p>Rosetta Stone version 3 is very captivating I was always bored with version 2 But the time just flies with version 3 It is way easier to catch onto and doesn't keep doing the same thing over and over</p> <p>Version 3 has conversation with another person in which you must respond It has very good variety including speaking reading writing and listening There is no need to take other courses It's very interesting</p><p>I believe that it is very easy to go from version 2 to version 3 Version 3 starts with two-letter words and goes from easy to hard Version 2 was a big waste Both versions start off the same way but version 3 is easier to learn I am very glad to be doing version 3 Version 2 was boring Version 3 has better graphics and has conversation which helps you learn how to answer questions Version 2 doesn't teach you how to answer questions</p><p>Unfortunately neither version explains what the words mean forcing you to guess</p>
August 22, 2008

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