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E-book review: "Ideas for primary school: The art of teaching social studies and science"
The Kindle edition e-book "Ideas for primary school: The art of teaching social studies and science" is out with file size of 4064 KB spread over 74 pages of print. The book contains articles by the contributors to the Teacher Plus print magazine now out of circulation.

The book has two-sections, namely, Discovering the Joy of Science and Engaging with the Social World. The first section has seven write-ups related science instruction which include a write-up contributed by me also. The second section has five write-ups related interesting activities of social studies relevant for primary grades.

The write-up 'Physic-al Poetry' contributed by me links learning of elementary concepts of physical sciences through pattern poetry to aid long-term memory. The work is related the musical intelligence and right-brain learning.

Being sold by Amazon Asia-Pacific Holdings Private Limited, the book is available in English language which is also text-to-speech as well as word wise enabled. The write-ups in the book describe the practical ways in which the teaching of the sciences and social studies can be energized and enriched at the school level.

The authorship of the e-book rests with Teacher Plus and it has been prized at Rs. 199. According to Teacher Plus, if you or anybody you know are subscribers to the Kindle library then for the next two months they can even download and read the book for free.

The e-book is extremely useful for primary schools and teachers working therein who are on the look out for innovative ideas for making classroom instruction effective and enjoyable.

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