Taking care of animals! Arizona learns that farm work isn't easy. Arizona's family adopts a kitten from the animal shelter. While Arizona's family pet sits a labradoodle, Cow has a hard time accepting the canine visitor. Arizona discovers that pets without fur are just as fun as pets with fur and just as much responsibility. Stories by Lissa Rovetch.
Look at me. I have grown a lot. Now I can do almost everything by myself. But one thing still I can’t do alone. Can you guess what it is? Paired to the nonfiction title Your Growing Body.
Come learn how to save water in your house. Telling your parents how to use less water will help out everyone. Paired to the nonfiction title Water All Around Us.
Just like air, water, and food, we cannot live without love. This full-color picture e-book shows how we share our love with family, friends, teachers, pets, and more! With simple, repetitive sentences that foster word recognition skills and engaging photographs that develop the text-to-image relationship, this new fiction title builds student autonomy and reading confidence. Students will love exploring health and wellness concepts about basic human needs that align to the Next Generation and McREL Science Standards.
Early readers learn how to make healthy choices in this nonfiction introduction to nutrition and eating right. Featuring vivid, colorful photos and simple, informational text, this book teaches children the benefits of healthy eating and encouraged to make healthy decisions.
A big part of being human is having feelings. Our feelings can be hurt, and sometimes our choices hurt other people's feelings. The good news is that hurt feelings can be healed when we make the effort to make amends. Featuring TIME For Kids content, this nonfiction reader introduces students to important concepts including hurt feelings, forgiveness, taking responsibility, and learning how to apologize. This high-interest title includes detailed images, stimulating facts, and clear, informational text to engage students as they build their critical literacy skills. The book includes text features such as bold font, captions, a table of contents, a glossary, and sidebars to increase understanding, improve academic vocabulary, and prompt critical thinking. This text prepares students for college and career and is aligned with state and national standards. Keep grade 2 students engaged from cover to cover with this intriguing reader.
A young monster who takes her sister’s tablet computer without asking gets a lesson in online etiquette and appropriate use of electronics.
A mischievous dog (and the narrator) teach a young boy the responsibility—and the joys—of owning a dog. Includes "Is this pet right for me?" quiz.
A mischievous cat (and the narrator) teach a young girl the responsibility—and the joys—of owning a cat. Includes "Is this pet right for me?" quiz.
Several pet birds (and the narrator) teach a young boy the responsibility—and the joys—of owning a pet bird. Includes "Is this pet right for me?" quiz.
Mischievous hamsters (and the narrator) teach a young boy the responsibility—and the joys—of owning a hamster. Includes "Is this pet right for me?" quiz.
A horse (and the narrator) teach a young girl the responsibility—and the joys—of owning a horse. Includes "Is this pet right for me?" quiz.
A shy, yet somewhat mischievous rabbit (and the narrator) teach a young girl the responsibility—and the joys—of owning a rabbit. Includes "Is this pet right for me?" quiz.
A mischievous guinea pig (and the narrator) teach a young boy the responsibility—and the joys—of caring for a pet guinea pig. Includes "Is this pet right for me?" quiz.
Several lizards (and the narrator) teach a young girl the responsibility—and the joys—of caring for a pet lizard. Includes "Is this pet right for me?" quiz.
Several snakes (and the narrator) teach a young boy the responsibility—and the joys—of caring for a pet snake. Includes "Is this pet right for me?" quiz.
Several turtles (and the narrator) teach a young girl the responsibility—and the joys—of caring for a pet turtle Includes "Is this pet right for me?" quiz.
Chester Fox makes fun of Sara Duck's big feet until her big feet help them out of an unfortunate situation.
Dena loves using magnets to perform magic tricks for the kids at the pool. When Enrique arrives in town, he doesnt like that Dena is fooling the others. He gives her a century-old treasure map and Dena uses her compass and tools to plot the location of the treasure. To her surprise, the treasure is not where it should be! What could cause her compass to lead her off course? When she discovers the answer, will Dena keep fooling the other kids with magic tricks or will she help them learn about magnetism and the earths shifting magnetic poles?
What do people and other living things need to survive? Numerous images with simple labels show children all the things we need to live and be happy, from water and food to shelter and love. An activity asks young readers to describe how they have fun.
Engaging photographs help children explore their different skills and abilities, from reading and singing to helping care for younger siblings. By naming the things they can do, children will feel empowered and motivated to continue learning and growing. An activity asks children to name five things they do well and what other things they would like to try to learn.
It is important for children to know how to keep safe while at school. Protective equipment is needed when playing contact sports or conducting experiments. Horsing around in class is a definite no when it comes to keeping safe at school.
Caring for Earth is everyones job! Readers will discover some of the different ways they can have a positive impact on the environment. From planting trees and eating locally grown foods, to pre-cycling and protecting animal habitats, children will learn to take personal responsibility for environmental stewardship. Readers will discover how they can be effective problem-solvers when it comes to protecting the planet.
In this innovative title, young readers learn what it means to be a citizen of the global community. From water wells in Africa to global disaster relief, children will learn about different needs around the world and discover their own abilities to make the world a better place.
Just like in real life, using the internet involves interacting and collaborating with other people. Readers of this book will find out why it is important to be respectful of the people they meet online. They will learn methods for interacting appropriately in collaborative online discussions and for constructively criticizing others' work. They will also reflect upon how they would feel if someone treated them poorly online.