Gabe and Nico set up a lemonade stand while Isaac plays with his truck. They try everything to cool Isaac off from the heat; finally they run into the sprinkler and feel better.
Andy and his friends find a way to have fun inside on a rainy day.
Marco Anna and her dog Rico play hopscotch.
A ten-line poem about playing with play dough.
Shares the story of Asha, who wants to bake cookies with her sister. First she sifts the flour. Then her sister mixes the dry ingredients. What comes next? This book introduces readers to time-order words through Asha's engaging story. Vibrant and colorful photos help tell the story. Fun facts add engaging details about baking cookies. Additional features include a table of contents, a phonetic glossary, sources for further research, and an index.
Shares the story of Eric, who wants to build a skyscraper like his architect father. He begins by collecting his blocks. Next he builds the base of the tower. What comes after that? This book introduces readers to time-order words through Eric's engaging story. Vibrant and colorful photos help tell the story. Fun facts add engaging details about structures and building. Additional features include a table of contents, a phonetic glossary, sources for further research, and an index.
Puppy games! Spot loves chasing and catching baseballs. Spot tries to play with a big branch but it is too heavy. Spot meets a beautiful butterfly. Spot explores the woods. Stories by Marileta Robinson and Highlights for Children.
Get Moving! Spot chases his shadow until they both stop for a rest. Spot knocks down a pail of paint on to himself and leaves, sticks, and a bird nest stick to his body when he runs. Spot chases hi ball around on a windy day. Spot helps a turtle on a journey. The sounds of the forest inspire spot to dance. Stories by Marileta Robinson and Highlights for Children.
Let's Play with Spot and Splinter! Spot and Splinter play hide and seek. Splinter finds lots of fun things hiding in nature. On a rainy day Spot plays outside, while Splinter stays dry inside. Spot can't decide whether to play with his ball or chew his bone. Spot and Splinter play tag. Stories by Marileta Robinson and Highlights for Children.
Reading! Mike gets his first library card. Megan and her classmates prepare for story time. Tex and Indi join a summer reading program at their local library. Toby writes a book report and learns that you shouldn't judge a book by its cover. Stories by LaDonna Frankenheim, Marianne Mitchell, Lissa Rovetch, and John J. Bonk.
Imagination! Anita builds a creative fort. A bucket can be anything you desire. Zoey plays dress-up at school. She decides to be a cowgirl and then creatively builds a horse. The read a fun story about misunderstanding idioms and imagination taking over. Stories by Highlights for Children, Alexander Mercer McCarren, and Tiffany Alenefelt.
Fall leaves and pumpkins are everywhere. Carlos and Carmen are making plans to be in the costume contest. They both want to win, but neither of them wants the other to lose. It’s a problem. A prize-winning problem! But with an old shirt, a pair of scissors, and a lot of creativity, the twins come up with a prize-winning solution. Aligned to Common Core standards and correlated to state standards. Calico Kid is an imprint of Magic Wagon, a division of ABDO.
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. Calico Kid is an imprint of Magic Wagon, a division of ABDO.
For many sports fans there's no such thing as too much hockey. And in I Spy with My Little Eye Hockey, young readers get double the fun. Matt Napier, author of Z is for Zamboni: A Hockey Alphabet, teams up with photographer David Milne to create a visual puzzle book that challenges the deductive skills and sharp eyes of young readers. Dual look-alike photographs are filled with hockey masks, sticks, pucks, even miniature ice rinks and trading cards. But one of the scenes has been slightly altered. Can you see the changes? How many can you find? Poetic clues help young fans and seasoned veterans find the various differences between each pair of scenes. From the number of Zambonis on the ice to the sweaters hung in a locker room, hockey fans of all ages will enjoy this new way of spying the game!
The books in the Hola, English! series were written for Spanish-speaking children new to English and English-speaking children whose parents or teachers want to introduce a foreign language early on. Max and Sarah Build a Snowman teaches numbers and counting within the context of the familiar hide-and-seek game.
What do you call a book that both tickles your funny bone and tests your brain? That's an easy one: Hah-Larious Riddles! Here are dozens of riddles to keep your noggin working hard!
Explore fun things to do in fall and solve word problems. Answer questions that ask "who has more."
Every page is a fun challenge. First you have to find the objects. Then you can add them together!
Playtime is fun time. What do you like to play at home?