Learn how to create algebraic equations while traveling through our solar system! Introduce students to variables, expressions, and equations in this exciting Spanish-translated e-book about the night skies. This e-book challenges students to learn more advanced mathematical and STEM skills, using exciting astronomy examples to keep readers engaged. In this digital resource, readers will practice familiar mathematical skills, like addition and subtraction, in a new way by forming equations! With eye-catching photos, easy-to-read text, and clear practice problems, this title makes mathematical concepts that could be seen as intimidating seem simple and fun instead!
Amidst more than 200 billion stars in a galaxy measuring 100,000 light years across, life has been discovered only in one place in the Milky Way: planet Earth. Yet the Milky Way is only one of many galaxies in the vast universe. While extraterrestrial life remains a mystery, explore discoveries about the stars and galaxies we see in the night sky with this engaging science e-book. Fifth-grade readers will launch into learning about types of galaxies, Earth’s place in the universe, properties of the Milky Way, astronomical tools, and more through this high-interest informational text filled with vibrant photographs. Aligned to the Next Generation Science Standards, a hands-on “Think Like a Scientist” lab activity and a “Your Turn” page at the end of the e-book support STEM Education and provide young scientists with an opportunity to apply what they’ve learned in the text. Helpful diagrams, a timeline of major space science discoveries from 1610 to 2010, and text features, such as a glossary and index, are also included to reinforce content-area literacy and improve close reading.
Stars light up the sky on a clear night. They may look the same from Earth, but they come in many sizes and colors. From the balanced forces of nuclear fusion and gravity keeping a star stable to their potentially violent “deaths,” explore why these huge balls of burning gas have captivated ancient and modern astronomers alike in this dynamic science e-book. Fifth-grade readers will launch into learning about the composition and classification of stars, the “life cycle” of these nonliving luminaries, galaxies, our solar system, and more through this high-interest informational text filled with vibrant photographs. Aligned to the Next Generation Science Standards, a hands-on “Think Like a Scientist” lab activity and a “Your Turn” page at the end of the e-book support STEM Education and provide young scientists with an opportunity to apply what they’ve learned in the text. Helpful diagrams, including a Venn diagram of the three types of galaxies, and text features, such as a glossary and index, are also included to reinforce content-area literacy and improve close reading.
Just how big is Earth compared to our solar system, the Milky Way, or even the universe? Although Earth is home to many different species and it seems huge to us, it is very small in comparison to our solar system and the universe. Discover what scientists have uncovered so far about Earth, our solar system, and the universe in this engaging e-book. High-interest text and vibrant images and photographs fill the pages of this e-book to keep students engaged while learning about space. A “Think Like a Scientist” lab activity that supports STEM instruction is included at the end of the e-book for students to use what they learned in the text and apply that knowledge to the activity. A helpful glossary, table of contents, and index are also included for additional support.
While only 12 people have actually had contact with it, many songs and movies have featured this shining object. But it's not a superstar, or even a star at all. It's our moon. From tides and tracking time to gravitational pull on orbits, the moon affects life here on Earth. Take a trip to the moon through the fact-filled pages of this e-book! Third-grade students will enjoy learning about the physical features and phases of the moon, tides, lunar calendars, and more through this high-interest informational text filled with vibrant photographs. Aligned to the Next Generation Science Standards, a hands-on “Think Like a Scientist” lab activity is included at the end of this e-book, providing students with an opportunity to apply what they've learned in the text. Helpful diagrams, including the eight phases of the moon, and text features, such as a glossary and index, are also included to improve content-area literacy and support STEM instruction.
On July 20, 1969, Neil Armstrong made history by becoming the first man to ever walk on the moon! Readers will be engaged from cover to cover as they learn about Armstrong's inspirational career as an astronaut in this biography that features additional information on gravity, NASA, and the moon landing. The vivid images work in conjunction with the supportive text, timeline, glossary, and index to allow for better understanding of the content.
Earth is a planet, moving around the sun. But Earth is not the only planet in our solar system! It is one of eight planets, many moons, and other objects that orbit our sun. The planets have much in common, but they have many differences, too. In this book, learn all about these exciting planets.
There is a bright light in the night sky. Sometimes it is round like a ball, sometimes it is a crescent, and sometimes it is not there at all! What is this strange and changing thing? It is the moon, of course! Read all about our moon and the moons surrounding other planets in this book.
Asteroids and comets shoot straight through space. They just look like bright lights with tails, but there is much more to these fascinating objects! Learn all about asteroids and comets in this book.
Bright stars twinkle in the night sky. Have you looked up into the sky on a clear night and seen these tiny points of light? Did you know that there are many kinds of stars in space? Find out all about them in this book.
What does the sun do for us other than give us light during the day? It gives us warmth, energy, and so much more! Learn all about the sun in this book.
Learn all about planet Earth in this engaging, colorful title! Earth is our home. It is a big, beautiful place that orbits the sun. What else is there to know about Earth? Read this book to find out!
Learn how to create algebraic equations while traveling through our solar system! Introduce students to variables, expressions, and equations in this exciting title about the night skies. This book challenges students to learn more advanced mathematical and STEM skills, using exciting astronomy examples to keep readers engaged. Readers will practice familiar mathematical skills, like addition and subtraction, in a new way by forming equations! With eye-catching photos, easy-to-read text, and clear practice problems, this title makes mathematical concepts that could be seen as intimidating seem simple and fun instead!
Come along and explore the wonders of our solar system in this exciting title! Featuring a variety of stunning, vivid photos, helpful charts and graphs, and easy-to-read text, this book will have readers engaged from beginning to end as they learn about the sun, the eight planets in our solar system, the Milky Way Galaxy, constellations, dwarf planets, asteroids, and comets! An accessible glossary and index gives readers the tools they need while the featured lab activity provides a stimulating hands-on approach to science!
From Nicholas Copernicus to Isaac Newton, people have wondered about and studied astronomy for many years! Through vibrant images, easy-to-read text, and a hands-on lab activity, readers will be captivated as they learn about astronomers such as Galileo Galilei, Carl Sagan, and Henrietta Swan Leavitt and how their work made impacts on the field of astronomy. With a glossary and index readily available, readers will be sure to have the tools they need to better understand the content.
Come explore the wonders of space in this intriguing title that uses numerous vivid images, fascinating facts, and easy-to-read text to both delight and engage readers! From satellites to space food, observatories to Sputnik, readers will learn all about space and the various ways people have explored and learned about astronomy for years! A creative hands-on lab activity is featured to encourage children to explore astronomy even further!
Telescopes and high-tech equipment help astronomers explore deep space. This captivating title introduces readers to some of the most notable scientists who helped develop technology that allows for space exploration, such as Galileo Galilei, Edwin Hubble, Annie Cannon, George Ellery Hale, Lyman Spitzer, and Jocelyn Bell Burnell. The vibrant, stunning images and easy-to-read text will have readers engaged and eager to learn more about such topics as interstellar matter, pulsars, neutron stars, white dwarfs, and astrophysics! Readers are encouraged to explore astronomy even further with the featured lab activity!
Discover the history of the space race in this exciting and riveting nonfiction title! Elementary readers will learn about the Kennedy Space Station, the Cold War, Sputnik, the first astronauts and cosmonauts to make it into space, and the first landing on the moon. Through captivating images, informational text, and impressive facts, readers will be enthralled and inspired by the amazing accomplishments that occured during the race to space!
Elementary readers will get a look into space exploration as they move through this fascinating nonfiction title. Readers will discover galaxies like the Milky Way, the effect gravity has on the inner and outer planets, comets, asteroids, constellations, and what measures scientists are taking to learn more about the vast body of the universe and more, including the Hubble Telescope and the Mars Rover. With vivid images, intriguing facts, informational text, a glossary, and a list of helpful websites, readers are encouraged to discover what they would explore in deep space!
Travel to the 22nd century in this captivating nonfiction title that allows readers to discover the future of space. Elementary readers will be fascinated with the possibilites that may await human life in the future. Readers will discover the technology that may be used to one day allow humans to live on another planet, new worlds, alien life, and artificial intelligence. Featuring vibrant photos, images, informational text, a glossary of terms, and a list of helpful websites for more explorations, children will be excited and enthralled as they move through this title.
Readers find out what it's like for astronauts to eat, sleep, and work on a manned space flight in this adventurous nonfiction reader. Children will discover what it's like to be weightless in zero gravity, how Mission control helps keep astronauts safe, and what astronauts do during their free time through vivid photographs, interesting, informative text, and stimulating facts.
Learn about outer space exploration, from the Hubble telescope to the latest space shuttle launches, in this delightful nonfiction title! Readers will learn about famous astronauts, the history of exploring space, and what the future holds for space exploration through vivid images and photographs, informative text, and intriguing facts. With a glossary and index, readers will want to learn all they can about exploring space!
A fun and interesting overview of the living conditions for astronauts in space. This book is at a reading level of 3.6 with a word count of 1121.
Long ago, astronomers believed that the Earth was the center of the universe. But now we know that it is only a tiny part of the universe and that our solar system is just a tiny part of our galaxy. In 1957, space travel began. Work done in space has helped us in the areas of medicine, computer science, and the environment. The International Space Station, a lab floating in space, is where astronauts do experiments that help us on Earth. The next manned trip to the moon is planned for 2018.
Earth is made up of atmosphere that protects us from the sun and contains our air supply. The next part is the hydrosphere, which is all the water on the planet. The third is the geosphere, the rocks. All three parts are closely connected. If we do not take care of one part of Earth, such as the ocean, we hurt the entire planet. Scientists all over the world are working to find ways to reduce pollution and make our Earth healthier.