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Branching Out: Genealogy for 4th - 8th Grade Students Lesson 1-15 (Volume 1) Paperback – March 21, 2012
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Top Customer Reviews
Lesson 1 was too vague.
Lesson 2 gave no pedigree chart and a rambling explanation about cutting out a paper picture family tree chart.
Lesson 3 was a listing of Computer Data Bases, what was the lesson???
Lesson 4 no family group sheet were given and this should have been lesson 1.
Lesson 5 was GOOD!
Lessons 6 and 7 were too brief.
Lesson 8 was GOOD but way too large for one class session.
Lessons 9,10, 11, and 12 were poor and "so what".
Lessons 13 and 14 were GOOD.
Lesson 15 was weak.
Cross words seems to be the focus and selling a book for a high price with a very attractive cover.