Children are consumers, too, though they often do not realize it. This strikingly illustrated book helps youngsters understand the concepts of goods and services so that they recognize their role in the cycle of commerce. Readers will examine various jobs to understand where goods are made or services are provided. The concepts of producers and consumers are also carefully explained in a manner children will understand and enjoy.
Introduces bartering and explains what it is, its benefits and challenges, and what makes a good transaction; features a glossary; and lists resources to explore the subject further.
The city is a big and busy place with a lot of people and places to eat and shop. Discover the many ways subtraction is used every day in the city. Apply your knowledge of subtraction for each item you buy, such as a t-shirt or a hotdog. 32pp.
Do you hear a siren? Well, pull over and learn about the chronological timeline of events just after an accident is discovered to the time it takes to transport the victim(s) to the hospital. 9-1-1- operators, police, EMTs and paramedics, and emergency room staff are all described with the duties they perform. This title will help kids sequence and order events. Filled with photographs and captions, informational sidebars, and clear, precise text, it will be a must read for kids. This title will allow students to describe the connection between two individuals, events, ideas, or pieces of information in a text.
Have you ever seen an empty lot and wondered what it would take to build something on it? Well, this book describes the step-by-step process of everyone involved. From the architect, who designs the plans, to the contractor who oversees the work of the carpenters, plumber, electrician, concrete mason, and finally, the landscape architect who puts the finishing touches on the outside of the building! Photographs with captions, informational sidebars, and simple to understand text helps kids sequence and order events. This title will allow students to distinguish between information provided by pictures or other illustrations and information provided by the words in a text.
Where do bicycles come from? Bicycles dont grow on trees or in the ground, they are created with the help of many people. From the designer who draws out the bike plans, to the assembly worker who puts the parts together, to the shop owner who sells the bike. There are many steps in place to make sure you get a well-constructed bicycle to ride. Filled with photographs with captions, informational sidebars, and simple, sequenced text, children with see the importance of each step of the process. This title allows students to describe the relationship between the illustrations and the text.
Do you know the journey food takes to get onto your plate? A French fry isnt grown, its made! It starts on a farm as a potato and then many hands help move it along to become the French fry on your plate. Explore all the helpers along the way such as the farmer tending the crop, workers at the processing plant, the delivery driver, and the chef. Sequenced text, real photographs, and informational sidebars provide an engaging text for children to understand the world around them. This title allows students to describe the relationship between the illustrations and the text.