In this lively, nonfiction book, early readers are encouraged to hide a treasure and use a map to find it! Bright images, fresh, supportive text, and an accompanying glossary and index provide readers with encouraging inspiration to practice using maps.
It's important to know how to get around school! In this informative title, early readers learn the basics of mapping out school--from where it is located in the neighborhood to the position of items in the classroom. Children are encouraged to map out their own classroom with helpful ideas for a creative and engaging activity.
From the compass rose to various scales, readers will learn the basics of how to read a map in this enlightening nonfiction title. With bright, clear images and helpful text, this book will have young readers engaged and excited to put their mapping skills to work!
Imagine being lost and stranded in the desert. Would you know what to do to survive? This useful nonfiction title explains the important skills needed to survive in the desert. With helpful diagrams and images, definitions, tips and instructions, informational text, a bibliography, and a list of other helpful websites, readers can be assured that they will learn about the dangers of heat exhaustion, desert plants that could aid in survival, and other helpful tips in order to survive in an emergency.
Journey to Africa to explore the world of the grasslands! Readers are taken on an adventure through the grasslands to learn about the various animal and plant life and grassland conservation in this fascinating nonfiction book that features striking photographs and riveting facts. Even the most reluctant of readers will be captivated as they move from cover to cover.
Death Valley is one of the hottest and driest deserts of the world! Readers are taken on an adventure through Death Valley to learn about the plants and animals that survive in this dry, hot desert landscape in this engaging nonfiction title. Featuring vivid photographs, informational text, and riveting facts about desert ecology, readers will be fascinated from beginning to end!
From Asia to Africa, people buy and sell goods all over the world! Learn what various types of foods and goods are sold in markets from all around the globe in this fascinating nonfiction reader. Featuring vibrant photographs, diagrams, and simple, informational text, readers will be engaged in other cultures' markets.
A cactus wren nests in a desert cactus. A zebra grazes on a grassy plain. A cougar crouches between thick trees in a forest. Deserts, grasslands, and forests are all biomes. A biome is an area with a certain type of climate with unique plants and animals that have adapted to its environment. Featuring TIME For Kids content, this nonfiction reader introduces students to five of Earth's biomes: ocean, forest, desert, grassland, and tundra. This high-interest title includes detailed photos, stimulating facts, and clear, informational text to engage students as they build their critical literacy skills. The book includes text features such as bold font, captions, a table of contents, a glossary, and sidebars to increase understanding, improve academic vocabulary, and prompt critical thinking. This text prepares students for college and career and is aligned with state and national standards. Keep grade 2 students engaged from cover to cover with this intriguing reader!
Maps and globes are among the most important tools that scientists have for studying the earth. In the 1500s, Gerardus Mercator created the first globes and maps. William Davis helped make geography a school subject and is a founder of geomorphology, the study of landforms. He also made important discoveries about the cycle of erosion. Many of today's discoveries come from photos taken from satellites that orbit our planet.