52 Series: Boredom Busters for Kids by Karen Johnson, Lynn Gordon

By Karen Johnson, Lynn Gordon

Jam-packed with inventive feedback for either indoor and outdoors actions, this illustrated deck will offer thought whilst boredom moves. test Treasure Hunt, mystery Writings, technology Cubes, and Nature Wind Chimes. excellent for any day—rain or shine—these playing cards will maintain young children engaged and entertained.

Show description

Read Online or Download 52 Series: Boredom Busters for Kids PDF

Similar nonfiction_1 books

Trans Bodies, Trans Selves: A Resource for the Transgender Community

There isn't any a method to be transgender. Transgender and gender non-conforming humans have many alternative methods of realizing their gender identities. only in the near past have intercourse and gender been regarded as separate strategies, and now we have realized that intercourse (traditionally regarded as actual or organic) is as variable as gender (traditionally considered social).

Additional resources for 52 Series: Boredom Busters for Kids

Example text

Modelling Deforestation Processes: A Review. Luxemburg: European Commission. F. 1997. Modelling and monitoring land-cover change processes in tropical regions. Progress in Physical Geography 21(3): 375-393. , Moran, E. , and Vogel C. 1999. Land-use and Land-cover Change Implementation Strategy. International Geosphere-biosphere Programme Secretariat, Stockholm, IGBP Report No. 48, IHDP Report No. 10. F. 1997. Land-cover changes in sub-Saharan Africa, 1982--1991: application of a change index based on remotely sensed surface temperature and vegetation indices at a continental scale.

1999). , 1997). , 2002; Townshend and Justice, 2002). , 2002). , 2002). The continuity of these moderate resolution data is being developed in the context of the National Polar Orbiting Environmental Satellite System (NPOESS) (Townshend and Justice, 2003). The data from the next generation moderate-resolution sensor -- the Visible Infrared Imaging Radiometer System (VIIRS) -- will need to be of sufficient quality to enable the measurement suite developed for the MODIS time series to be continued.

Remote Sensing of Environment 83: 3-15. , and Cai, M. 2003. Impact of urbanization and land-use on climate. Nature 423: 528-531. , Moore, B. , and Svedin, U. 2001. Sustainability science. Science 292: 641-642. Klooster, D. 2003. Forest Transitions in Mexico: Institutions and forests in a globalized countryside. Professional Geographer 55(2): 227-237. F. 1994. Modelling Deforestation Processes: A Review. Luxemburg: European Commission. F. 1997. Modelling and monitoring land-cover change processes in tropical regions.

Download PDF sample

Rated 4.42 of 5 – based on 29 votes