Find out what a little boy learns when he goes to work with his father at an automobile factory. With colorful pictures and a chart of how a car is made, readers will get a behind-the-scenes look at how cars are made. The language arts connection is important vocabulary related to car parts and construction.
Young Readers Learn About What Makes Their Community Unique Through Simple Text And Photos.
Discover different jobs in the community and how these jobs help people with photos of teachers, police officers, and firefightersâ€”jobs that all require work. Readers will be exposed to what these jobs require and vocabulary related to community workers.
Take a journey around the world to discover where kids live! From snowy Canada to dry and sandy Afghanistan, readers will learn about life in different geographic regions with pictures, maps, and geographic and culturally diverse vocabulary.
Discover some of the most famous landmarks around the world! From the penguins of the Antarctic to the pyramids of Egypt, readers will explore diverse geographic areas and what makes these places so unique.
Follow a young girl as she visits her grandparents on their farm. While taking a tour of the farm, she gets to see all of the plants, animals and special machinery that make the farm unique. The language arts connection is the vocabulary related to farms, farm animals, and farm machinery.
Take a trip to Mexico to explore its diverse geography, wildlife, history, and cuisine. A rich vocabulary exposes readers to Mexico, its wildlife, and most famous sites.