AIMS Educational Foundation

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Aims Educational Foundation has been creating hands-on math and science curricula since 1981. They have developed engaging material to give students a firm foundation in these core subjects as well as material teachers want to teach. Because they specialize in just Math and Science they can set a higher standard for their material. To read more about how this company started read their story on the home page. There is also an Info Center that has information such as how to order a catalog and how to contact the company. On this same page there are links for more information on Research, Models of Learning, and much more. I strongly recommend looking around this page to find out more about the company and the resources they offer.

For The TOS Crew reviews we were given copies of several books but there are many more to choose from. The full list of books AIMS offers can be found here at their store.

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Here is a sample Preview of Primarily Magnets.

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Click Here to see a Preview of Solve It! for Third Grade.

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Here is a Preview of the Earth Book so you can take a peek at what’s inside.

These books are filled with creative ideas and experiments that make the subject matter come alive. What better way to learn than with your hands?

AIMS Educational Foundation offers books in Math and Science for grades K-9 along with Labs, Kits, and Components and Literature Links. There are resources to supplement what you are teaching and help ensure mastery of the concept.

While you are there don’t forget to check out their line of E-books!

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Special thanks to Crew Member Renita from Homedaze for writing this post. 

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