Help your child learn to read by looking at some different environments on land. This book is at a reading level of 1.3 with a word count of 50
Help you child learn to read by looking at different kinds of weather. This book is at a reading level of 1.3 with a word count of 50.
Help your child learn to read by looking at some of the different places that water can be found. This book is at a reading level of 1.3 with a word count of 54.
Marianne Berkes has a gift for making science fun, and this book is exhibit A. Mother sun and her "family" of planets spin, roll, tilt, blow and whirl around the Sun to the tune of Over in the Meadow. Each of those actions is astronomically correct. For example, Earth is the one that tilts, and that is what creates the seasons. It is also astronomically up-to-date, with Pluto being a dwarf planet. Bright illustrations create an exciting mood, and there is plenty of interesting supplementary information in the back along with tips on related ways to integrate science, art, and literature in the classroom.
So you'd like to go back in time to see real dinosaurs and other ancient reptiles? Yes, that would be very cool. And if you start by giving a T-Rex a bone, things will be, well - interesting. Dangerously interesting! So go ahead - offer him that bone and see what happens. Along the way you're bound to encounter many other animals from the past, creatures wild and amazing. Dangerously amazing!
Take cover, a tornado is coming! This book teaches young readers storm safety tips as it explains how twisters form, behave, and are tracked and predicted. Blastoff! Series
The solar system is made up of planets, moons, asteroids, comets, meteoroids, and more. Young readers will learn about the bodies that make up the solar system and how they interact with each other. Blastoff! Series