Science Resource Covers Multiple Biomes

2/29/2016 12:10:00 AM

Title: Crack the Books
Summary: Interactive biomes textbooks impress; subscribe for premium features

Pros: Lots of learning options, five different reading levels, and interactive components inspire curiosity in students of varying abilities
Cons: Cost could be a prohibitive factor, and there's no immediate feedback for incorrect test answers.
Bottom Line: If it fits your budget, an excellent interactive science resource that can work for students who have a range of reading abilities.

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