Each month we will be featuring an educational eBook from our catalog for you to use to enhance your classroom curriculum and offer a free download of the book. We now offer over 10,000 electronic book titles to download for elementary school, middle school, and high school students. Preview the books for free on the sample links, download immediately, and own forever! Since we have added this feature, the demand for this technology has grown substantially.
Why are eBooks the smart choice?
1. eBooks are less costly than traditional books
2. eBooks are available instantly
3. eBooks take up no physical storage space and minimal electronic storage space
4. eBooks integrate seamlessly with classroom technology. Teachers can easily post homework assignments to class web pages, email assignments to parents and absent students, or use eBook pages with interactive whiteboards and overhead projectors.
5. eBooks are the green choice.
Our featured eBook this month is Beginning Algebra (Grades 6-8)
. This 48 page eBook will help you give your students all the essential tools for a solid introduction to algebra! The skills required to master basic algebra are introduced in Algebra I
and developed further in the more advanced Algebra II
. A variety of rules, theorems, and processes are presented along with easy-to-follow examples. Games and puzzles use answers to practice problems to reinforce learning and make algebra fun. We think you will love this eBook so much that we would like to offer it to you for free.
Download Your Free E Book & enjoy!
We have a wide selection of other Pre – Algebra, Beginning Algebra, Algebra II etc. so please see all of our Algebra ebooks
that are available for download so teachers and parents can access them any time.
For other subjects and grade levels (K-12) see our entire eBook Catalog.
We have 10,000 titles for educators to choose from that range in all subject areas. You can preview the books for free on the sample links, download immediately, and own forever!
Filed under: Featured eBooks on May 17th, 2010