Sam has a morning routine. Every morning he wakes up and gets ready to go out. Where is he going every day?
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.
Raina is helping clean the house. She finds new ways to reuse old things. Find out how you can make pretty presents for your parents.
Luis knows he is the best soccer player at his school because he always scores the most goals. Now he gets to play on a really team! He can’t wait to show his teammates and coach how good he is. The problem is, no one seems impressed. In fact, they seem like they don’t want him on the field. Can Luis show his team that he’s a team player before the big game? These relatable books with simple sentences and illustrations in every chapter make them perfect first chapter books for young readers. • Realistic fiction • Back matter • Addresses social and emotional concepts
Bullying Is A Huge Issue In Our Schools Today And This Book Teaches Students What To Do If They Are Being Bullied And What They Can Do To Help A Friend Or Fellow Student Who Is A Victim Of Bullying.
Young Readers Will Identify That Goods Are Objects And Services Are Activities That Can Satisfy People's Wants.
Learn About How We Communicate Using Verbal And Nonverbal Methods. Social Studies Based Leveled Readers For Use In Guided Reading And Social Studies Instruction.
Young Readers Will Understand How Their Actions Affect Others And How Rules Within The Community Keep Everyone Safe.
Young Readers Will Explore Responsibilities At Home, School, And In The Community.
Young Readers Will Distinguish Between Wants And Needs And The Choices People Make.
This Title Teaches Students That Teamwork, Sharing, And Cooperating Are Important Steps In Working Together And Help You Reach A Goal Much Faster.
What does it take to win a game? When you pass the ball, someone has to be there to receive it. In order to win, you have to have teamwork. What makes a team successful? Strong teamwork makes winners, no matter what the scoreboard says. This title will allow students to determine the main idea of a text; recount the key details and explain how they support the main idea.
Do you dread the idea of doing hard work or do you think of work as a way to make an important contribution? Working hard creates a strong feeling of self-worth and confidence. Working hard inspires people around you to do the same. Learn how to prepare yourself for the future and work to achieve your goals in life. This title will allow students to explain how an author uses reasons and evidence to support particular points in a text, identifying which reasons and evidence support which point(s).
You don't always win by being fast. Sometimes slow is the way to go. You have to wait to see things change and this takes patience. You should be persistent and keep practicing. This title will allow students to analyze multiple accounts of the same event or topic, noting important similarities and differences in the point of view they represent.
This Book Talks About How Having A Positive Attitude Makes You Feel Better And Happier. How Everyone Sometimes Has Problems But If You Face Them With A Positive Attitude They Can Be Much Easier To Deal With And Can Be A Positive Learning Experience.
Everyone needs help sometimes. Helping others is called philanthropy. You can give time, work, or money to someone who needs it. Small acts of kindness add up to big results. Good citizens help each other. Learn how you can win by giving in this social skills title. This title will allow students to refer to details and examples in a text when explaining what the text says explicitly and when drawing inferences from the text.
This Book Talks About How Everyone Has Problems And How Most Problems Have Solutions. How It Is Important To Stop And Think, Get All The Facts , And Be Better Prepared To Solve A Problem When It Happens To Them.
Learning Responsibility At Home And In School Are Addressed In This Book. How It Makes You Feel Better About Yourself If You Are Responsible And Do The Right Thing And How Other People Notice Too.
It's Sometimes Hard To Be Honest But This Book Teaches Students The Importance Of Being Honest At Home, In School, And In Their Everyday Lives. It Has An "Honesty Quiz" At The Back Of The Book Where Students Can See Just How Honest They Really Are.
The Focus In This Title Is That It Is Sometimes Hard To Have Integrity. Having To Always Do The Right Thing Or Say You Are Sorry Can Be Hard To Do But Makes You A Better Person And Makes Other People Think You Are, Too.
Sharing Is Sometimes Hard For Young Students. This Book Talks About Different Things And Ways You Can Share To Get Along Better With Your Classmates And Friends.
Do you face challenging situations? Human diversity encompasses all the ways that people differ from one another. Rather than avoiding these challenges, it is important to recognize that progress comes from embracing and celebrating diversity. See why diversity is important and learn how to respect people who are different from you. This title will allow students to identify the main purpose of a text, including what the author wants to answer, explain, or describe.
Trying to figure out a difficult math problem is hard, but sometimes dealing with your social life at school can be even harder. Figuring out friendships, managing time, and learning about yourself are all important parts of growing up. This title will allow students to determine the main idea of a text and explain how it is supported by key details; summarize the text.
Welcome to your new job! You may not have a real job that pays real money, but right now, school is your job. You have to be there on time every day, come prepared to work, follow directions, and work with other people. This title will allow students to explain how an author uses reasons and evidence to support particular points in a text.
Have you ever faced a challenging situation? Have you or your team lost a game? It can be really disappointing to lose, bust stay in control of your emotions and be calm. Recognize what went wrong and refocus your energy. Learn from loss and move on. This title will allow students to ask and answer questions to demonstrate understanding of a text, referring explicitly to the text as the basis for the answers.