Having trouble seeing something far away? Well, you may need a pair of binoculars! This book investigates the pieces of a pair of binoculars and explains how they combine to magnify far away objects. You wont need a pair of binoculars to read this book, but its sure to be a topic youll want to learn more about. This book will allow students to make observations and/or measurements of an objects motion to provide evidence that a pattern can be used to predict future motion.
The concept of the cube is defined through interesting text and photos displaying how cubes can be found throughout our world.
The sphere is the topic of this basic concept book. Photos showing spheres in the real world reinforce the information.
Feel the hot, yellow sun on your face. Splash in the cool, blue ocean. Summer is filled with yellows and blues! The warm weather brings out the yellow daisies in gardens, bluebirds tweet in the trees, and the hot days have you drinking yellow lemonade. This book is a hot, new approach to integrate concepts and science of colors and seasons through a question and answer format. Rhyming and repetitive text make this a fun read aloud. This title will allow students to ask and answer questions about unknown words in a text.
Can you guess what you can make with circles and rectangles? You can make many things! Children will make connections with the world around them. They will see shapes in objects that surround them each day. This title will allow students to use the illustrations and details in a text to describe its key details.
When the weather turns from hot to cool, you notice many changes outside. The leaves turn a burning orange. Brown leather boots replace bright colored sandals, tall orange rakes replace running through the sprinkler. Fall is painted in orange and brown. Use this cool, interactive approach to integrate concepts and science of colors and seasons. Rhyming and repetitive text make this a fun read aloud. This title will allow students to ask and answer questions about key details in a text.
When the snow starts to melt, colors of red and green begin to appear. Spring brings new life to the world. Green grass pokes through the ground, green stems shoot up to hold red tulips, and the rainy days bring out the red raincoats. Heres a fresh, interactive approach to learning about the integration of concepts and science of colors and seasons. Rhyming and repetitive text make this an engaging title. This title will allow students to describe the relationship between illustrations and the text in which they appear.