Carlos and Carmen want to make this year’s Father’s Day really special for Papá. At first they don’t know what to do, but working together, they come up with the perfect idea–a treasure hunt. Luckily for Papá, the twins are with him every step of the way making sure that he solves the clues, follows the map, and finds the sweet treasure.
¿Cuál es tu día favorito de la semana? En ¡Viva! ¡Es sábado!/Hooray! It’s Saturday!, algo importante pasa cada día. ¡Pero el sábado, esta familia se divierte!
¡Es la hora de comer, y Abuela está cocinando! En A mi abuela le gusta cocinar, aprenderá a decor los nombres de diferentes clases de comida y bebidas en español y en ingles.
Todo el mundo visita a la familia, a veces no hay que ir muy lejos. Hay muchos tipos de familias, todos se reúnen, mira cómo.
Carlos and Carmen want their cat, Spooky, to be in the pet show. They try to teach Spooky tricks, but she’s not interested. They try to make her the most beautiful cat around, but Spooky has other plans. Just when the twins are about to give up, they come up with the perfect solution to the pet show problem. Aligned to Common Core standards and correlated to state standards.
Carlos and Carmen have a hard time falling asleep in separate rooms. Once they solve that problem, they’re kept awake by a spooky noise. The twins get their mom and dad to help them solve the mystery of the noise, which turns out to be something not very scary at all. Translated by native Spanish speakers. Aligned to Common Core standards and correlated to state standards.
Grandma and Grandpa have different plans for their garden plot.
Matt and Uncle JT spend a fun day fishing. Will either of them catch the big one?
When his sister catches a fish, Matt is determined to outdo her.
Simple rhyming text and clever illustrations build up to a fun surprise ending.
The whole family pitches in when Nick, the youngest, wants to catch a fish on his own.
This is a story about a warm loving relationship between two brothers.
When her mom gets sick, Paula is worried that their plans might get cancelled. Can Paula save their special day?
The kids have whipped up a little surprise for Mom. Repetitive text will help readers build fluency.
When the family picks out gifts for Dad, everyone is in for a surprise!
Everyone tries to get Sammy in the house - whose strategy will work?
Sibling rivaly prompts two young children to find out who can reel in the biggest catch.
Carlos and Carmen get some unexpected news. They’re moving to a new house. The new house is big, red, and has one tire. What! A house with one tire?! The twins worry and worry but soon discover a house with one tire can be fun. Translated by native Spanish speakers. Aligned to Common Core standards and correlated to state standards.
Tío Alex is joining the Garcia family for a cookout, and he’s bringing a surprise. A big green surprise. At first, Carlos and Carmen are disappointed in the lumpy green surprise. But with their mom’s help and a few poles and stakes, the lump becomes a green surprise filled with fun. Translated by native Spanish speakers. Aligned to Common Core standards and correlated to state standards.
Our communities are stronger when we come together and take time to understand, support, and celebrate one another. In Celebrating All Families, readers will learn the importance of acceptance and empathy as they relate to different family and household structures and how to practice these in their daily lives. Social and emotional learning (SEL) concepts support growth mindset throughout, while “Grow with Goals” activities and “Mindfulness Exercises” at the end of the book further reinforce the content. Vibrant, full-color photos and carefully leveled text engage young readers as they learn more about empathy and inclusion. Also includes sidebars, a table of contents, glossary, index, and tips for educators and caregivers.
Readers will follow along as a young boy packs a suitcase, goes to the airport, and travels by plane to a very special destination.
A series of directions guides the narrator to a wonderful surprise in this vibrantly illustrated story.
Want a new way to show someone who your best friend is? How about using signs to tell your classmates about your family? Young readers will be delighted to learn a new way to discuss their favorite people. Both Spanish and English translations encourage kids to explore different languages and methods of communication.
In Familias diferentes, beginning readers will learn to celebrate diversity by appreciating the variety of configurations that can make a family. Vibrant, full-color photos and carefully leveled text engage young readers as they draw inferences about how diversity makes our society stronger and more interesting. An activity helps readers identify and appreciate their own unique family, while a picture glossary reinforces new vocabulary. Children can learn more about diversity online using our safe search engine that provides relevant, age-appropriate websites. Familias diferentes also features reading tips for teachers and parents, a table of contents, and an index.
En el camino a casa de la abuela hay muchos vehículos. Desde un avión en el cielo hasta un bote en el río. ¿Cuántos vehículos puedes encontrar?