Readers will enjoy exploring hidden aspects of their personality as they discover what kind of friend they are in this engaging quiz book. Written in the high-low format, this book has a HIGH interest level to appeal to a more mature audience but maintains a LOW level of complexity and clear visuals to help struggling readers along. Best Quiz Ever: What Kind of Friend Are You? includes fun questions to share with friends as well as trivia throughout the book. A perfect read for the classroom, library, sleepovers, or reading resource rooms. A table of contents, glossary with simplified pronunciations, and index all enhance comprehension.
Have you ever wondered how to help your savings accumulate interest? This book introduces readers to investment strategies. Real world examples help readers learn the importance of math skills for money management. Callouts prompt inquiry, further thinking, and close examination of photographs. Additional text features and search tools, including a glossary and an index, help students locate information and learn new words.
What is a paycheck? Why is money deducted from a paycheck? Readers will find answers to these questions as they learn about earning money and how math skills can help them hang on to more of that hard-earned cash.
Is there something you want or need that you don't have the money for? This book introduces readers to financial goal-setting and how to set up a savings plan. Real world examples help readers learn the importance of math skills for money management.
Do I want it or do I need it? Readers will discover the kinds of questions that smart shoppers ask themselves, how to weigh their options and pocketbook, and how math can be part of shopping strategies that save time and money.
Using credit to make a purchase can be a good option under certain circumstances. This title teaches readers about the discipline necessary to use a credit card responsibly. Real world math examples help illustrate the advantages and pitfalls of using credit cards.
If you have ever wondered where your money goes, this book is for you. Readers learn how to set up a budget and stick to it. Basic math skills are reinforced through examples.
One of the key features in a democracy such as that in the United States is the right to elect our leaders. Certain groups in the United States have had to fight for this right. Look inside to learn about the history of American voting rights and the future of elections in the 21st century.
There are many opportunities for people to make a difference, such as delivering meals to the elderly or volunteering with United Way or the Red Cross. This book encourages people to help out where they can.
Do you have time, talent, or money that you can use to help others in need? Have you ever wondered which charities you should support or how much you can afford to give? Read this book to find out more about how your math skills can help you give back to your community.
Super Smart Information Strategies: Team up Online provides students with practical information for online collaboration. Readers are encouraged to think critically as they conduct research, collaborate with fellow students and present their findings in new and different ways.
Introduces proper online etiquette for children, including respect, fairness, responsibilty, and manners.
Introduces proper online safety for children, including cyberbullies, limiting personal information, and being responsible.
Learn how to write the perfect thank-you note.
Learn how to collaborate with other people using the Internet.
As the internet and online interaction have become a major part of more people's lives, the presence of cyberbulling has grown. Readers of this book will find out what makes a cyberbully and consider whether their own actions online could be considered cyberbullying. They will also learn appropriate ways of dealing with cyberbullies and find out what to do if they see one in action.
Bullying is a major problem for kids everywhere. Readers will develop word recognition and reading skills while learning about what bullying is and how it affects people. They will also find out how to avoid being on either side of a bullying relationship, as well as how to react if they notice other people being bullied. Additional text features and search tools, including a glossary and an index, help students locate information and learn new words.
Caring for others is an important part of maintaining healthy relationships. Readers of this book will develop word recognition and reading skills while learning how they can show their friends, family, and neighbors that they care. Sidebars encourage them to observe the different ways people care for each other and think of new ways to express their own caring. Additional text features and search tools, including a glossary and an index, help students locate information and learn new words.
Showing respect for others is a necessary part of living in a society. Readers of this book will develop word recognition and reading skills while discovering what it means to be respectful, how to show respect for the people they encounter, and why it is important to important to understand and tolerate differences in opinion and culture. Additional text features and search tools, including a glossary and an index, help students locate information and learn new words.
Developing responsibility is a major part of growing up and becoming an adult. Readers of this book will develop word recognition and reading skills while discovering what responsibility entails and why it is important. They will also find out how they can demonstrate responsibility in a variety of common situations. Additional text features and search tools, including a glossary and an index, help students locate information and learn new words.
Readers learn the potential dangers of swimming and learn how to avoid injury.
Readers will learn how to stay safe by avoiding strangers as well as what they can do if strangers approach them.
Readers will discover the proper way to react when encountering stray animals and what to do if they are attacked.
Readers learn what to do if they are caught in a burning building, how to prepare for such events ahead of time, and how to react to firefighters.
The potential dangers of riding in automobiles are presented, and readers are taught about seatbelt safety and how to avoid distracting a driver.