In this illustrated book based on the beloved children’s game, readers and listeners alike are prompted to act out the commands as the rhythmic text leads to a sleep-inducing conclusion.
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.
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.
Danny and Abby follow the mowed path in the yard to play a game of chase in the grass. Who do they invite to play with them?
Danny and Abby pretend to work in a hospital. They take turns being the doctor and nurse, and pretend to take care of their patient, Bee.
Danny collects some socks, goggles and a cape to create his costume of Super Danny.
Desde los videojuegos hasta los juegos de mesa y juegos tradicionales practicados durante generaciones, pueden enseñarte un buen espíritu deportivo y que no siempre importa ganar.
Do you like sledding? Maybe you like making snow angels. Let's discover all the fun things to do in winter.
Do you like planting a garden? Maybe you like flying a kite. Let's discover all the fun things to do in spring.
Do you like to take long walks? Maybe you like digging in a garden or going to the park. Let’s discover all the fun things to do in summer.
Have you seen geese flying high? Maybe you like counting pumpkins in a field. Let's discover all the fun things to do in fall.
While Mom makes pumpkin soup, Ravi prepares the pumpkin seeds. Lively text and illustrations will draw in beginning readers. Pairs with the nonfiction title Let's Look at Pumpkins.
Do you like sweet or tart apples? Visit a farm to discover how apples grow, what the different types of apples are, and how they taste. Make some delicious applesauce, and discover how to find the star inside every apple. Includes a recipe for applesauce and ideas for an apple tasting party.
What ingredients are needed to make a nourishing bean soup? Appealing text and illustrations will draw emergent readers into the story. Pairs with the nonfiction title Let's Look at Beans.
In this charmingly illustrated story, a father and his daughter use fresh-picked apples to bake a delicious apple tart. Pairs with the nonfiction title Let's Look at Apple Trees.
Readers will follow along as the characters make a splash outside. Simple, repetitive text will help readers build fluency and recognition of high-frequency verbs.
What's in the bag? Readers will enjoy guessing along with the characters.
What can you do in your shoes? Readers explore the kinds of footwear needed for a variety of activities.
Snow day, snow play! Molly's ready for fun. But mom won't let her leave the house until she's put on a snowsuit. "I HATE BOOTS!" Molly wails.
Buffy ran. Jenny ran. And soon everyone is running, too. The chase is on! Where could they be going so fast? Just like all the characters, young readers will scream with pleasure when they find out.
Ink, Wink, and Blink complain they have nothing to do, despite enough toys to keep an army of kids busy. But the three eventually find some hilariously slapstick ways to entertain themselves…and readers, too!
Ken and Jen are a brother-and-sister pair who pretend to bake a cake while playing outside. Will their parents go along with the fun and eat the mud cake?
The need for a ‘go to’ activity is essential for every busy parent and teacher! These activities afford valuable learning and development opportunities for children from physical, intellectual to emotional and social skills. They require only the use of everyday objects making them perfect for the home or classroom.
Math is everywhere - in nature, in machines, in space and even in us! At first, it might not be obvious but this cross-curricular series leads young readers all around our mathematical world. Using a topic-based approach each title explores and explains how math can be found in almost everything we do.
There are so many fun things to do on a warm, sunny day!