Bread comes in many sizes, shapes, and colors. Read this book to explore a world of bread!
Signs help us stay safe and find our way. Do you know how to read the signs?
Repetitive syntax helps struggling readers define how large and small objects move. Colorful illustration reinforce the text.
In this book, readers learn what length is and why and how it is measured. They learn about the US customary system and the metric system, where each is used, and the units of measurement in each system. Readers also learn how to estimate distances and lengths.
This Level 2 guided reader illustrates examples of patterns found in different foods. Students will develop word recognition and reading skills while learning to identify how repeating shapes, colors, or lines form a pattern.
Structures are made up of parts arranged in a way that serve a certain purpose. This book looks at human-made structures, such as bridges, and natural structures, such as plants, animal bodies, mountains, caves, rock formations, and icebergs, the materials from which they are made, and their colors, shapes, and textures. It shows structures made by animals, such as beehives and bird nests. The book also compares natural structures to human-made structures, such as natural bridges and human-made bridges, a ladybug and cars shaped like beetles, a bird and an airplane, and giraffes and construction cranes. This wonderful book with amazing photos will encourage young readers to notice colors and shapes in nature and how they relate to the purpose of structures.
We see with our eyes. What places have you seen?