From the first slip down a slide to the first time picking out a book to read, this rollicking narrative takes readers on a journey of discovery into the memorable firsts in a child's world. A story that will be enjoyed by the whole family, from the youngest, eager to experience their own adventures, to the oldest, so proud to watch them grow.
A photo essay that shows pre-school children of mixed abilities busily working and playing at school, illustrating the true meaning of the word inclusion.
Take a road trip to different places in the community such as the store and zoo, and explore different climates and biomes. The language arts connection is vocabulary related to places to visit.
In this book, students are introduced to the different types and sizes of homes and learn that some homes are made to protect families from different weather conditions. From pictures of mobile homes to castles, readers will explore different ways of living and discover vocabulary about places to live.
This Level 1 guided reader discusses human activities during seasonal change. Students will develop word recognition and reading skills while learning about what activities people do in the summer season.
This Level 1 guided reader explores the concept of seasonal changes in weather in the winter. Students will develop word recognition and reading skills while learning about the changes in winter weather we can see and feel.
Take a wetsuit on this trip! If you dug a hole to the other side of the earth, where do you think you would end up? In this wordless picturebook, pictures tell Ben's story of a midnight journey through the center of the earth and the surprising journey home. Ben's mother has dropped him off for a visit with his grandmother, a woman with a penchant for baking. Ben feels lost and lonely until he discovers a chest full of mining gear. He embarks on an adventure that will make him grateful for the hundreds of pies stacked in his grandmother's kitchen.