Guess what I am thinking. I will tell you the color and specific things about the car. Do you know what it is? Paired to the nonfiction title Emergency Vehicles.
Mom talks about our neighbors, but Johnny can’t understand who they are. Mom takes him out and lets him meet his neighbors. Johnny likes all his neighbors. Paired to the nonfiction title People in the Neighborhood.
It’s time to role play. The boys and girls dress up and pretend to be someone they want to be. Some will fight fires and others will catch robbers. Paired to the nonfiction title Neighborhood Helpers.
Annie wants to read. But everywhere is so noisy! Where can she go that is quiet to read in peace? Paired to the nonfiction title There’s a Drum in My Ear.
Sam has a morning routine. Every morning he wakes up and gets ready to go out. Where is he going every day? Paired to the nonfiction title Brush Your Teeth.
My body can do many things. I can hear, touch, feel, smell and see. Let’s explore these 5 senses together. Paired to the nonfiction title Alike and Different.
Introduces readers to the fundamental concepts of a ten-dollar bill, highlights various security features, and explores its history. Additional features to aid comprehension include labeled diagrams, critical-thinking questions, fun facts, a map of where money is made, and a profile of Alexander Hamilton, whose face marks the front of the ten-dollar bill.