Travel and transportation can be different in cities, suburbs, and small towns. This book encourages children to look at their communities and identify the types of transportation used to move people and goods. They will then compare and contrast how people and goods are moved in different kinds of communities, based on their locations.
Riding on something is one of the first steps to independence for children. This simple book features children riding on bikes, ponies, buses, trains, and planes. A simple activity asks children what kinds of things they would like to ride.
Perhaps you take the bus to school or ride in the car. But imagine traveling to school on your family’s donkey cart or paddling to school along a jungle river in a canoe! How We Get Around explores the many different ways in which people travel during their everyday lives. From high-speed bullet trains in Japan to snowmobiles in Alaska, we’re all on the move in dozens of different ways.
Spectacular photographs and engaging text help introduce students to familiar landforms and others they may not have seen before. By using compare-and-contrast questions, children will be encouraged to identify differences in similar landforms, such as mountains and hills. Children will also be inspired to paint landscapes, create volcanoes, and write poems, songs, or projects about their favorite landforms to express their own creativity.
This book offers a fun path to learning with activities that help children develop skills such as concentration, deeper analytical abilities, and improved thought processing. Children will love the engaging art, music, nature, writing, and “maker” activities, which encourage critical thinking and problem solving skills, cooperation, communication, and creativity.
This informative book teaches students basic information about the continents. They will learn the continents' names, landforms, and locations, as well as about directions on Earth, how close the continents are to the equator and poles, and how their locations affect the weather. A lesson in basic map skills gives children an opportunity to draw and label the continents.
Students love to write about things that interest them! This helpful book teaches young writers about fiction and non-fiction styles of writing, different text structures, dialogue, similes, and metaphors, and formulating questions. Children are encouraged to write poems, songs, stories, projects, and simple books. They will also learn about the important parts of a book such as front and back covers, title page, contents, glossary, and index.