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.
Explore with Spot and Splinter! Spot searches for Splinter in a game of Hide and Seek. Spot and Splinter go for a walk and discover that crossing the stream on a log is not easy. Splinter discovers a ball of yarn is fun to play with. Spot and Splinter surprise their friends. Splinter helps Spot remove burrs from his coat after a day of exploring in the woods. Stories by Marileta Robinson and Highlights for Children.
Make the best of a cold day with Spot! Spot plays outside on a windy day. In autumn Spot collects different color leaves. When it snows, Spot plays outside, watches snowflakes, and makes a snowball. 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.
Activities are better together! There are so many fun things to do. How will you spend your day? Enjoy a poem about a visit from Grandma. Then read about animals all having fun on a teeter-totter. Then Tex and Indi go to an art museum and find inspiration. Stories by Lissa Rovetch, Vijaya Bodach, Sherry Shahan, and Eileen Spinelli.
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.
From card games and board games to dolls and collectibles, this book introduces readers to traditional games and toys from around the world. Readers will see similarities and differences between their own sources of entertainment and those of others. This inviting new title will surely earn top marks with young readers!
¿Puedes adivinar qué vehículo es? Te daré pistas y te diré de qué color es
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.
¿Cómo haces un muñeco de nieve? Bueno, primero necesitas un poco de nieve. Luego formas un círculo para la cabeza y el cuerpo. A continuación, agregas los objetos que encuentres para los ojos, la nariz y la boca.
How do you build a snowman? With some snow for a body and objects for a face, arms, and clothes. Paired to the nonfiction title What Is Snow?.
Sam is making something. He puts more and more pieces together. Do you know what he is making? Paired to the nonfiction title Robots Can.
Time to play hide and seek in the playground. Find somewhere to hide before the count hits 10. Where is the best place to hide? Paired to the nonfiction title Favorite Games.
What can we do with a box? You can make a car, a house, and an airplane. We can make anything with a box. What do you want to make? Paired to the nonfiction title Building a House.
Ven a jugar al escondite en el parque infantil. Encuentra un lugar para esconderte antes de que cuenten hasta 10. ¿Dónde está el mejor lugar para esconderse? Hay muchos lugares para esconderse.
Tenemos una caja. Podemos hacer cualquier cosa. ¿Qué quieres hacer?
How do your favorite video games work? The coding insides creates backgrounds, plays music, and controls how each character and items move. Readers will love learning about the world of coding through the video game lens in this book for young students.
A very simple introduction to the sport of street hockey, the basic rules, the equipment used, and how it is played. Additional features to aid comprehension include fun facts, a table of contents, a phonetic glossary, sources for further research, an index, and an introduction to the author.
A very simple introduction to the game of four square, the basic rules, the equipment used, and how it is played. Additional features to aid comprehension include fun facts, a table of contents, a phonetic glossary, sources for further research, an index, and an introduction to the author.
How many toys do you have? Have you ever taken the time to count all of your toys? Introduce young readers to counting and cardinality by having them count the different toys displayed throughout the pages of this e-book. Featuring vivid photographs of toy cars, dinosaurs, and more, readers will enjoy counting while also developing oral language skills by describing what is happening in each photograph.
Featuring basic concepts, this lovely book uses vivid images, engaging vocabulary, and informational text to inspire beginning readers to recognize activities such as playing, digging, reading, running, swinging, and writing. With this engaging nonfiction reader, children will be proud to share what they can do!
Make patterns fun at recess time! This exciting title helps young readers recognize repeating patterns all around through helpful charts and familiar images of recess time. Children will better understand early STEM themes through the help of simple, applicable examples of patterns. This title will engage young readers with games and featured "You Try It!" problems!
Discover patterns in everyday games! This charming title helps young readers recognize repeating patterns in common games like checkers, cards, board games, and jacks. Children will enhance their understanding of patterns and early STEM themes with engaging examples and featured "You Try It" problems.
Practice addition while having fun in the sun! This charming title uses examples of outdoor activities to help children learn addition, number operations, and early STEM themes. Vivid, familiar images, mathematical diagrams, and engaging "You Try It!" problems make addition simple and fun for young readers. Add one slide and two slides to get three slides! Add kites, shells, pinwheels, and more!
Find three-dimensional shapes in a fort! This fun title challenges children to find cylinders, cones, and pyramids in a fort while introducing them to terms like base, vertex, face, and more! Young readers will improve their STEM skills and learn how to recognize these three-dimensional shapes all around them! Vibrant images, clear examples, and helpful mathematical diagrams work together to make geometry seem easy and fun!