In Seeing, early readers will discover how seeing works and how we use this sense to learn about our surroundings. Vibrant, full-color photos and carefully leveled text will engage emergent readers as they explore one of the five senses. A labeled diagram helps readers identify the parts of the eye, while a picture glossary reinforces new vocabulary. Children can learn more about seeing online using our safe search engine that provides relevant, age-appropriate websites. Seeing also features reading tips for teachers and parents, a table of contents, and an index. Seeing is part of Jump!'s Senses in My World series.
Introduces the benefits of healthy foods, the five food groups, and how the digestive system works to turn food into energy for our bodies while offering tips for a healthy diet.
Introduces the benefits of rest on the human body, how much rest young bodies need, and what happens when we sleep while offering tips to get better rest.
Introduces the importance of keeping teeth, hands, hair, and the body clean and proper ways to do so while offering safe, easy tips for taking care of one’s own body.
Describes vegetables, an essential part of a healthy diet, including where different varieties are grown, why they are healthy for us, and introduces vegetables from many countries.
A boy named Lucas has injured his calf muscle in PE class. Lucas and his classmate Mia discuss the body’s muscles.
Why can't you hear a siren with your eyes? Spot an airplane with your hands? And how come a pickle on your ear isn't delicious? In You Can't Take a Pickle with Your Ear kids discover how each of their five senses is hard at work all day long, providing them with information and helping them get the most out of their daily lives. Whenever you think, "I'm oh-so-sweet," Pull off your socks and smell your feet! Sections such as "Hold Your Nose" and "Stick Out Your Tongue" (not the same time!) encourage hands-on investigations of what's happening inside kids' bodies and why a tongue is best for pickle tasting.