Life of Fred is a series of Language Arts books that break the old pattern of drill and kill. Instead of nothing but dry exposition and endless drill exercises, they contain fun stories about Fred Gauss, a child prodigy math genius. During his hilarious adventures, he encounters situations that call for solving language arts problems. Learners actually want to read these books.
These four books are short. Each contains 19 daily lessons. Since each lesson contains so much material, doing these four books once a year during your high school years would be a really good idea.
Who is it for?
- Life of Fred Language Arts fans
- High School aged learners
- Anyone who needs to brush up on Language Arts concepts
- Stock up on Life of Fred language arts books and give the best instruction from the curriculum that brought you Life of Fred math
- Apply language arts to real-life situations
- Incorporate important language and games to make lessons fun
What is included?
- Australia: paragraphs, punctuation, heteronyms, plurals
- Begin Teaching: Ellipses, more plurals, a vs.
an,words and numerals
- Classes: Proper nouns used as adjectives, euphemisms, tenses
- Dreams: Emphatic form of a verb, complex numerals, metaphors
About the Seller
Follow Fred, a five-year-old math professor at Kittens University, as his funny adventures lead students through all the math they'll ever need. Starting from basic kindergarten-level arithmetic, the Life of Fred book series teaches all the way through college math.
Dr. Stanley F. Schmidt designed these books to keep students engaged while also making math concepts memorable. Perfect for independent study, each unit teaches ideas that can be applied using real-world examples.