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Subject: Need nonfiction for your classrooms? Trade me!
Date Posted: 9/3/2008 3:19 PM ET
Member Since: 8/19/2008
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I have changed grade levels and can not use these wonderful magazines anymore.  These are still timely for today and in perfect condition unless noted otherwise.  My students took really good care of them because they enjoyed reading them so much!  I also used them for small group lessons.

I am teaching 8th grade English now.  Open to trade offers.  I enjoy reading scifi/fantasy, teen reads, romance...really just about anything.  I'll even trade for credits!

Your Big Backyard (May 03, April 03) These are full of large font, animal full color photos, perfect for lower elementary).  One has ink on an inside page.

National Geographic Explorer-- Pathfinder editions(smaller font, harder vocab, grade 4-6)  
(May 07,Ants/Jamestown/Lightning Rocks, Endangered Animals)  
(Jan/Feb 04 -- Tornadoes, Anaimals of Denali, Circus, Mars)
(March 06 -- Sea Monsters, Yellowstone, Poisonous animals, Blackbeard, teacher blackline masters)
(March 05 -- tongue, sea dragon, saturn, teacher's blackline masters, Maasai warrior, Kenya)
(Sept 04 -- elections, snakes, junk food, teacher blackline masters, hurricanes, lions, digging history)
(Mar/Apr 04 -- Caves, frogs, vanishing cultures, orangutans)
(Apr/May 02 -- Wild Ponies, King Tut, Tombs, Flag, Earth Day)

National Geographic Explorer -- Pioneer edition (larger font, grades 2-3-4)
(Spring 05 -- tongue, sea dragon, saturn, teacher's blackline masters, Maasai warrior, Kenya -- 2 copies) 
(October 05--Painted People from Papua New Guinea, dolphin, sea lab, lemurs, Chesepeake Bay)
(September 05 -- addax, dragonflies, King tut, Comets)
(May 06 -- Gravity, Rocks and Rock Cycle, Bugs, Ancient Art) 
(Jan/Feb 06 -- Storm Surge/Hurricane Katrina, Odd animal pairs, African American freedom, Moon missions, Young George Washington)
(March 06 -- Sea Monsters, Yellowstone, Poisonous animals, Blackbeard)
(Nov/Dec 05 -- Penguins, vikings, giraffes, snow)
(April 06 -- jumping spider, plant partners, san francisco earthquake, northern lights, auroras, rainbows, halos)

National Geographic World
(September 02 -- I laminated the cover on this one.  Zoo animals, battle bots, hurricanes, soccer star mia hamm)
(spring 02 --  I laminated the cover on this one.  frogs, Ice Age, mummy hunter, cartoons get respect)

1.  Dinosaurs
2. Elephants
3. Pandas
4. Polar Bears (I laminated this cover)

Arts & Sciences for Kids
(May/June 03 -- Frozen Man, Digging through layers, Archaeologists of the 41st century, Cleopatra) (I laminated the cover)

Kids Discover (focus on Native Americans)
1.  America 1492
(Ice Age, Sea People, Desert Dwellers, Farmers of the Plains, US Population in 1492, People of the Forest, Town Builders, Detectives of the Past)
2.  Plains Indians (Buffalo, Hunters and Warriors, People of the Plains, Making Medicine, On the Rez)
3.  Native America (500 Years, Great Native AMericans, Powwow, Iroquois Myth, Sacred Ways, Art, Games)
4. Southwest People (Ancient ONes, Culture Clash, Traditions, Spirits, Art, Today's People)
5. Sacagawea (

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