Explore the lifecycle of a butterfly and learn about the transformation of caterpillars into beautiful butterflies. The connection to language arts is the rich vocabulary related to butterflies, caterpillars, and their transformations.
Stop and take a look around you. Do you see any birds or bugs? How many do you see? As young readers explore the pages of this e-book, they will be engaged by vibrant photographs, prompting them to count the number of birds or bugs in each picture. Early mathematics skills, literacy skills, and oral language skills are developed as students observe and analyze each photograph.
The Bald Eagle is America's national bird and represents freedom and strength. This wordless e-book beautifully shows how a Bald Eagle hatches from an egg and grows into an amazing, powerful bird. Young readers will discover the importance of this mighty bird and determine the meaning behind each photograph. Aligned to the National Council for the Social Studies and other state standards, this e-book is a great tool for teaching young students about the importance and symbolism behind this beautiful bird.
Learn all about baby animals in this bright and colorful science reader! Young readers will love the vibrant photos of these adorable baby animals. With the help of familiar examples, students will learn the names of their favorite animals' babies. They can also practice counting the number of animals in each picture! Instructions for a fun science activity are also included to give students additional practice in identifying baby animals. A helpful glossary and index offer additional support.
Plants and insects depend on each other to survive. Insects make it possible for plants to grow because of pollination! Learn all about how plants are pollinated. Vibrant images pair with easy-to-read text to keep students engaged from cover to cover. This reader also includes instructions for an engaging science activity to promote further understanding. A helpful glossary and index are also included for additional support.
Follow along and see how different kinds of baby animals grow and change! All animals start as babies. Even though they all look very different, they all have the same basic needs to grow up. Learn about baby penguins, kittens, blue whales, pandas, frogs, snakes, and more! The colorful images of adorable baby animals and easy-to-read text in this science reader will keep students engaged from cover to cover. This reader also includes instructions for an engaging science activity and practice problems to further students' understanding. A helpful glossary and index are also included for additional support.
Learn all about traits and how they make you who you are! Discover how shared traits make offspring look like their parents. While members of the same species may look alike because of their common traits, they have unique traits so that each one is slightly different from the rest. The colorful images and easy-to-read text in this science reader will keep students engaged from cover to cover. This reader also includes instructions for an engaging science activity and practice problems to further students' understanding of traits. A helpful glossary and index are also included for additional support.
Learn how animal parents raise their babies! These parents protect, play with, and teach their young so that their babies can grow big and strong. Animal parents feed and bathe their babies and keep them safe. The charming images of animal families and easy-to-read text in this science reader will keep students engaged from cover to cover. This reader also includes instructions for an engaging science activity and practice problems to further students' understanding. A helpful glossary and index are also included for additional support.
Did you know that there are 59 different kinds of eagles in the world? Early readers will learn about many of these birds of prey in this appealing nonfiction title. With vibrant photos, intriguing facts, and simple, informative text, readers will be fascinated from cover to cover!
There are seven million horses in the United States! Early readers will learn all about horses and stallions in this appealing nonfiction title that features vibrant photos, captivating facts, and simple, informative text. With a picture glossary and helpful definitions, readers will discover there is much to learn as they move from cover to cover.
Do you think a snake would make a good pet? This fact-filled title uses bright, vivid images in conjunction with descriptive and informative language to let readers decide if they think a these cold-blooded reptiles would make good pets.
Early readers learn about insects and spiders in this basic-concept, nonfiction book. With its bright colors, picture glossary, and informative text, readers will be immersed in the world of insects and spiders!
With this title, beginning readers discover animal eyes of all shapes and sizes. Featuring simple, informational text and colorful images even the most reluctant reader will be eager to learn!
From birds to elephants, whales to cats, all animals experience mothering. Beginning readers explore mothers and babies of different animals in this engaging nonfiction title. With interesting and informational text, readers will be fascinated!
Take a trip to the pond and learn how a tadpole grows up to become a frog in this nonfiction book for early readers. Featuring vibrant photographs, illustrations and simple, informative text, readers are sure to be delighted!
In this engaging nonfiction book, early readers are introduced to the life cycle of a butterfly. Readers will be captivated by the vivid photographs of the butterfly's life, and informative text.
How does a small egg become a buzzing bee? With a graph of a bee's life cycle, vivid photos, explanatory vocabulary, and informational text, readers are sure to be captivated!
Early readers learn about wings, wing anatomy, and animal flight in this descriptive nonfiction reader that features informational text, vivid photos, and a glossary to support instruction.
Find out how many pets there are at the pet shop! This charming, Spanish-translated title helps young readers recognize numbers, practice counting to 20, and understand early STEM themes through vivid photos of familiar animals and helpful mathematical charts. Children will be encouraged and excited to practice their skills with the featured "You Try It!" problems!
This book helps children learn to read with descriptions of animal mothers and their babies. Reads at a level of 1.4 with a word count of 71.
Explore the world of eagles including where they live, what they eat, and what their family lives are like. Many interesting facts are presented about eagles as well as related vocabulary.
Practice nonstandard measurement at the zoo! This exciting title encourages readers to practice measuring their favorite zoo animals, such as elephants, giraffes, pandas, and more. A gorilla weighs the same as three men! When a cheetah runs, its stride length is the length of three men! An elephant weighs the same as three pickup trucks! Vivid images, fun practice questions, early STEM themes, and helpful mathematical diagrams make nonstandard measurement entertaining and easy for children to understand.
Use information about the Main Street animal shelter to practice graphing! This title introduces young readers to bar graphs, pictographs, and related early STEM concepts. Vivid, familiar images, clear tallies, and simple mathematical diagrams help children understand graphs and encourage them to create their own!
What are pandas like and how do they live? Readers will be captivated by the cute and gentle nature of the panda and enjoy colorful pictures featuring baby pandas and food pandas like to eat. The language art connection is the extensive vocabulary related to pandas.
Investigate the wiggly world of invertebrates! Neither mammals nor reptiles, these animals are in a class all their own. This book provides captivating photographs to help illustrate the defining features of these animals and bring to light the mysterious world of these one-of-a-kind creatures. A language arts connection is made with the vocabulary related to invertebrate body parts, body functions, and life cycles.