The books' primary focus is landscape architecture, giving readers the opportunity to see the many drawings, places, and landscapes created by landscape architects. Take a journey across an imaginary town to learn about the building blocks of landscape architecture. In this activity book, you will learn about landscape architecture, see sketches from landscape architecture professionals, and have the opportunity to sketch and color drawings. This book is geared towards readers years old. Take a journey across the United States to see some of the great places designed by landscape architects.
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Rand McNally | Adult Activity Books
Open ended Reading activities: Awesome reading tasks and activities for any book or age group. Fiction and Non Fiction. No matter whether you walk in to a classroom Asia, North America or Europe you will almost certainly see teachers and students building their understanding of the world through a dedicated daily reading session. Books allow students an opportunity to be informed, entertained or escape as they comprehend fiction and non-fiction texts against their understanding of the world, their personal insights, opinions and finally comparing those texts to others. Whilst you may have a wealth of books in your school library it can often be tough to come up with fresh and engaging ways to study literature. So today we are going to explore 25 proven activities that can be applied to any book and at any age level.
Interactive & Activity Books
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Look, I have nothing against adult coloring books. I like to color in line drawings of various film and television characters as much as the next girl. Once in a while, though, I want something a little more engaging than coloring within the lines. I want a book that'll force me to learn a new skill, or make inventive art, or even go outside once in a while before the sun goes down.