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The workbook evokes Therapy 101: Identify your feelings, notice your thoughts.
The Girl Scouts of Greater New York covered the early costs, including the membership fees, starter kits with patches, pins, workbooks and vests, as well as monthly dues.
Hunkered over a computer with their workbooks in hands, several women stared at a white screen filled with dots.
Users of the app can choose from a library of more than 200 children’s storybooks and educational workbooks in multiple languages, the team said in their plan.
For the Campbell program, Spanish-language workbooks and computers were acquired through a grant, according to Fanny Arango, Rosemary Elementary’s linked services coordinator and community liaison.
The Girl Scouts of Greater New York is covering the costs for Troop 6000: a $25 membership fee; a $75 starter kit of patches, pins, workbooks and vests; and the $20 monthly dues.
There are Bible journaling kits from Embellish It, entire Bible journaling sections in craft stores, special gel pens, paints, elaborate rub-on crosses, tracing paper, workbooks, stickers, stamps …
The Junior Ranger program is like a mini-course with an oral exam on each National Park or Monument, plus workbooks for school records.
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WORKBOOK Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of workbook for English Language Learners
: a book that contains problems or exercises and that students use to practice what they are learning in a class
WORKBOOK Defined for Kids
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