superprint

superprint

[′sü·pər‚print]
(geochemistry)
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Ultraflex Superprint Plus Matte banner material, using outdoor stable inks that are good for up to three years.
If a class of intermediate elementary students studying geometry are learning to identify and label shapes, vertices and angles, activities could include completing sheets, recreating shapes with computer programs such as SuperPrint or ClarisWorks drawing, building shapes with manipulatives like spaghetti and marshmallows, and completing worksheets.
The students' task, explained in a large group earlier, is to open Scholastic SuperPrint, find the picture of the owl, and then write what they learned about burrowing owls the day before.
BEST-SELLING TITLES: * SuperPrint ($149) Publishing,presentations/fonts (Windows) * ZScript ($295)
With the help of the word processing packages Writing and Publishing Center from the Learning Company and SuperPrint by Scholastic, I can now put together attractive books with color text and graphics to display the children's thoughts and ideas.