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Was finding an example for SKL and found these. They are California edition (California List of Gratis Instructional Materials, publisher website).

 

http://www.mhschool....als/ca/fwo.html

"Interactive Textbook (Grade 1-6)

Interactive Textbook, Grade 1

Interactive Textbook, Grade 2

Interactive Textbook, Grade 3

Interactive Textbook, Grade 4

Interactive Textbook, Grade 5

Interactive Textbook, Grade 6

 

Reading and Writing in Science (Grades 1-6)

Reading and Writing in Science, Grade 1

Reading and Writing in Science, Grade 2

Reading and Writing in Science, Grade 3

Reading and Writing in Science, Grade 4

Reading and Writing in Science, Grade 5

Reading and Writing in Science, Grade 6

 

Activity Lab Book (Grades 1-6)

Activity Lab Book, Grade 1

Activity Lab Book, Grade 2

Activity Lab Book, Grade 3

Activity Lab Book, Grade 4

Activity Lab Book, Grade 5

Activity Lab Book, Grade 6"

 

ETA:

Grade 6 is Earth Science and is not hard to understand for younger children.

 

ETA:

The link to South Carolina.. http://macmillanmh.c...als/sc/fwo.html posted by tomandlorih

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Kindly if you know which resource book contains the answers to the Mcgraw hill Science workbooks?

 

I don't know where the answers are. However if you are looking for science workbooks with answers, you can try the thunderbolt science workbooks which are for 4th-6th grade but can be used easily for younger. There are suggested answers in the teachers guides.

http://www.thunderboltkids.co.za/

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The link to South Carolina.. http://macmillanmh.c...als/sc/fwo.html

 

These do NOT line up with the CA texts but I thought the test prep workbooks might be good evaluation tools for my dd.

 

How do you get these to come up in PDF form? The only thing I can find on their website is online texts. I would like the Florida version. Thanks

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How do you get these to come up in PDF form? The only thing I can find on their website is online texts. I would like the Florida version. Thanks

 

 

They actually are already in .pdf when you bring them up. So, click on the one you want and wait until it comes up, then if you hover your mouse in the lower right hand corner a little menu bar should pop up and there will be a disk icon. You just click on that and save it where ever you wish. I don't know if there are the Florida versions, I can only bring up the CA and SC ones with a Google search. Sorry :(

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They actually are already in .pdf when you bring them up. So, click on the one you want and wait until it comes up, then if you hover your mouse in the lower right hand corner a little menu bar should pop up and there will be a disk icon. You just click on that and save it where ever you wish. I don't know if there are the Florida versions, I can only bring up the CA and SC ones with a Google search. Sorry :(

 

 

What exactly did you Google? I tried all kinds of things. I am thinking they don't exist like this for FL.

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What exactly did you Google? I tried all kinds of things. I am thinking they don't exist like this for FL.

 

 

I think the original post talked about how CA had passed a law that required the new editions of textbooks to be published on their website somewhere .. so I think that it is unique to CA (with the exception of SC? but the textbooks are not on there for SC). I'm not sure even if CA is required to post all new textbooks or if that was just for a time or what. But to your question, I think the original post linked to a page that said something like California List of Gratis Instructional Materials.. so I used variations of that.

 

You could also just google Online science textbooks for Florida or any number of combinations of that.. include the grade or whatever too. It's amazing what will come up sometimes.

 

Good luck and if you find anything interesting... =D

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I think the original post linked to a page that said something like California List of Gratis Instructional Materials.. so I used variations of that.

 

You could also just google Online science textbooks for Florida or any number of combinations of that.. include the grade or whatever too. It's amazing what will come up sometimes.

 

Good luck and if you find anything interesting... =D

 

Yep, Googled all of that. Just wanted to make sure I wasn't missing anything. LOL Not really finding anything. :tongue_smilie:

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Yep, Googled all of that. Just wanted to make sure I wasn't missing anything. LOL Not really finding anything. :tongue_smilie:

 

I found Science Fusion Florida Edition. However they are all school copies which is why I didn't post the links of school passwords for Science Fusion.

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Hi-

 

New here; just signed up so I could let you know that the link given above is not the interactive textbook- it is a PDF.

 

If you want the online interactive textbook, which allows your child to listen to the text, and watch related videos (but does not have the same test questions as the "reading and writing in science activity book, though it does have review questions), here is the link:

 

Go to: www.eduplace.com/eservices

Username: sciencetustinone

Password: science
 
This is for grade 1. But if you want other grades, just type in "sciencetustingtwo" meaning the word at the end should be the grade you want.
 
Enjoy! Found it on a search, and I'm happy to be able to share the info.

 

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When I was looking through the pdfs to evaluate their usefulness, it seems the page numbers referred to in the Reading and Writing book for first grade (i.e. Poems about giraffes in another book) don't seem to correspond to any of the pages in the textbook. Am I mistaken, or is there another set of books needed to be able to do all of the science literature assignments?

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When I was looking through the pdfs to evaluate their usefulness, it seems the page numbers referred to in the Reading and Writing book for first grade (i.e. Poems about giraffes in another book) don't seem to correspond to any of the pages in the textbook. Am I mistaken, or is there another set of books needed to be able to do all of the science literature assignments?

 

I noticed the same thing.

 

I wonder if you also need a Reading in Science book? :huh:  If anyone knows or knows where to find a pdf of the missing book that would be appreciated.

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5th grade answer key which tally with the workbook http://activities.macmillanmh.com/science/ca/te/rwisTG_5.pdf

 

I know this is an old thread, but I am hoping that you may know how to get the link for the 3rd grade answer key.  I found the site where you can enter the password for the teacher's version of the text, but I don't have the password that is found in the actual teacher's edition textbook.  Any chance you know how to get it?

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I know this is an old thread, but I am hoping that you may know how to get the link for the 3rd grade answer key.  I found the site where you can enter the password for the teacher's version of the text, but I don't have the password that is found in the actual teacher's edition textbook.  Any chance you know how to get it?

 

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plz plz plz i need  g 3 and g4 workbook answer key

 

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