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Activity Book, Mark Trail [99271] $27.50
Activity Book, Mark Trail

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Mark Trail’s Living on the Wild Side Responsibly is an engaging activity book about living near wildlands. It is printed on recycled paper. The activities in this book address the following National Achievement Standards: The 1996 National Science Education Standards, the 1996 Standards for English and Language Arts, the 1994 National Geography Standards, the 2000 Principles and Standards for School Mathematics, and the 1996 National Standards for History.

Great for grade levels 3-6.

Size: 8 ½” x 11”

Use: Fire education packages, schools, events, and activities.

Product ID: 99271
Quantity per package: 25

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