Brain Quest September 2016 Newsletter
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Getting Back into the
Swing of Things

Congratulations! You survived your kid’s first month of school. But now the real work begins. Lessons will be more serious, homework will get harder, and tests will become more meaningful. Help is here in Brain Quest, a great way to supplement what is being taught in the classroom. With its interactive, game-like appeal, you and your kids will have fun doing the exercises together. For more math practice, check out these activities from the Brain Quest First Grade Workbook.

Click here for more puzzles and for the answer key!

Other News from Workman Kids:

From the #1 New York Times bestselling creative team of Jamie Lee Curtis and Laura Cornell comes a timely picture book about immigration. Raising important identity issues like “Where did we come from?” and “Who are we?” This Is Me is sure to stimulate dinner table conversation. Click here to download the Educator's Guide and buy your copy today!

What would you bring if you had to leave your home with only one suitcase? Share your photos on Instagram and Facebook using the hashtag #thisismebook.


Help your kids settle into the school year with the stuff they really need. The brains behind Brain Quest recommend 
The Second 
Wave of School Supplies
Answers to the September Newsletter Puzzlehere.

Card from the Brain Quest Grade 1 Math Deck.
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