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.
The boy’s family wants to go to travel, but they can’t decide where to go. We all want to go to different places. How can they decide and where will they go?
Everyone visits family but sometimes you don’t have to travel very far. Some kids have extended family who all live in the same house. Others have to travel long distances to visit grandparents, aunts, uncles, and cousins. There are many different kinds of families but they are all great! Pack your suitcase and get ready to learn about them all. Safe travels! This title will allow students, with prompting and support, to ask and answer questions about key details in a text. • Multicultural • Text based questions • World map • Bold keywords with picture glossary
Look at the boy’s family in the photo. Find out who each person is and what they enjoy doing with the boy.
Billy’s family goes out for camping. When they arrive at the camp ground, they know they forget to bring everything. The house is too far to go back. What should they do?
Time to clean the house. All the family has jobs to do. However, Max the dog keeps making things dirty again. Will they ever finish cleaning?
Mom has made spaghetti. But Baby has dropped his on the floor. How will they get Baby to stop crying?
Mira algunos de los lugares donde van las familias.
Practice division while searching through the items in an old attic! This charming title, that has been translated into Spanish, follows the story of four children whose grandparents are moving out of their old house. The attic has old photos, comic books, baseball cards, and paper dolls just waiting to be discovered, but everyone needs to get a fair turn! Divide four boxes to open amongst four children! This book challenges young readers to practice their division skills by dividing up all sorts of collections found in this attic. Not only will they improve their division and STEM skills, but they will learn how to best share things equally with other children.
Each year, the Coles look forward to their family reunion. This year, the Coles are in charge of all the planning. They use two-digit subtraction in a lot of the planning, especially when deciding how much food to buy and figuring out how many people are coming. Look inside to see more subtraction in action!
Join the Garcia kids on their harvest adventure at their grandparents' apple orchard. Picking apples, eating apple pie, and bobbing for apples are just a few of the fun things they will do there. The kids will help prepare a big lunch for everyone. They will also plan games. They will use two-digit subtraction to help them with the menu, shop for food, and set up the games. What is your favorite apple game or treat?
¡Hay un nuevo bebé en la familia!
¿Cómo los padres les demuestran el amor a sus niños?
¡Nadie de la familia se quiere leventar!
Aprende sobre seguridad en el camino a la escuela.
Hay muchas cosas especiales que hacer en el parque.
Quiénes forman una familia?
El hermano menor puede hacer cosas que la hermana mayor hace... ¡con ayuda, por supuesto!
Mira lo que le gusta hacer a la gente.
¿Qué comes cuando visitas a tu abuelita?
¿Quiénes son las personas en tu familia?
Yo hago muchas cosas con mi familia. ¡A nosotros nos encanta pasar tiempo juntos!
Todos tenemos un cumpleaños. Jóveness o viejos, a todos nos gusta celebrar con amigos y familiares.
Mira cómo nosotros usamos números, marcas de conteo y tablas para compartir información acerca de cosas que a nuestras familias les gusta hacer.
Ir de pesca es divertido, ¡pero también es mucho trabajo! Pasa el día con un abuelo y su nieta mientras van de pesca.