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Climb the Vine! All About Plants

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Climb the Vine! is a question and answer board game that will reinforce your science curriculum. Players answer multiple choice questions about plant types, pollination, photosynthesis, trees, and more while racing to the finish line. Designed as a file folder game for grades 3-6.

 
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Heart o. t. M. T. [Featured Reviewer]
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October 16th, 2010
“Climb the Vine” by Deborah Lott is a file folder game about plants. The game is designed to work for third through sixth grades. The first section tells how to put the game together. You have to print about seven pages, so make sure you ink cartri [...]
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May 4th, 2010
Really cute game. My kids enjoyed it a lot. We have used this with out unit study about plants and it really enforces what we have learned. Highly Recommend this and all of the Super Star Speech Products. [...]
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0.74 MB
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File Last Updated:
January 19, 2010
This title was added to our catalog on January 19, 2010.