This expository text uses illustrations and diagrams to help readers interpret information. Readers can identify a main idea and supporting details as they discover the anatomy and habits of the hermit crab.
Using the high-frequency word "I," this book introduces several useful vocabulary words for zoo animals. Repetitive language and interesting illustrations support beginning readers.
Beautiful color illustrations play an important role in this engaging book, as readers are asked to make predictions about the animals they see peeking above the water.
This story recounts the main character's search for food in the woods. Colorful illustrations support the text to help readers identify characters, setting, and the sequence of events.
The engaging illustrations in this book are designed to hook reluctant readers. Questions posed in the text prompt readers to make and confirm predictions about the story.
This story follows a sequence of events experienced by a ladybug during a rainstorm. In this book, readers use colorful illustrations to interpret information in the text.
Little Raccoon and the Fish 14-3 Readers can identify story elements and make judgments about the actions of the main character, a raccoon, as she attempts to catch a fish for dinner.