A kindergarten-level introduction to garbage trucks, covering their purpose, where they are found, the people who work with them, and such defining features as their hoppers.
A kindergarten-level introduction to rescue boats, covering their divers, equipment, role in rescuing, and such defining features as their lights.
A kindergarten-level introduction to ambulances, covering their EMTs, equipment, role in rescuing, and such defining features as their sirens.
There’s much more to our ears than meets the eye! The human ear contains a chain of important links that work together to help us hear the world around us. From the ear’s tiny bones to its fluid-filled cochlea, each part is important. In this title, young readers will learn about the small wonders inside the human ear.
Introduces readers to the basic items on a nutrition label, such as serving size and nutrients. Readers will learn how to use this information to make healthful food choices. Additional features to aid comprehension include a table of contents, labeled diagrams, a quiz and answer key, a phonetic glossary, an index, sources for further research, and an introduction to the author.
Engage readers with stories of a fun trip to the beach. Readers are introduced to the various activities that take place at the beach, and what it means to be safe in the sun and water. Additional features include a table of contents, a phonetic glossary, an index, an introduction to the author, and sources for further research. A kid-friendly project inspires creativity and hands-on fun.
Why did medieval physicians fill a patient’s nostrils with hog’s dung? Can eating camel poop really help cure dysentery? And why are 21st-century doctors carrying out fecal transplants on patients with serious digestive problems? We often think of poop as yucky and dirty, but since ancient times, doctors have explored how it can be used as a treatment for illnesses and injuries. This new Science Slam! title will engross readers—and gross them out! Filled with information perfectly suited to the abilities and interests of an early elementary audience, this colorful, fact-filled book gives readers a chance not only to learn, but also to develop their powers of observation and critical thinking. With fascinating photographs and surprising, high-interest facts about a material that we don’t usually read about, the book makes learning about excrement poop-sitively amazing!
In this book, readers will get the chance to investigate their bodies like scientists! They’ll learn all about their skeletons, muscles, hearts, lungs, and blood. They’ll also discover how to take care of their bodies and learn answers to the questions: Why is it important to drink lots of water? What foods should we eat every day? And why should we be active, brush our teeth, and get plenty of sleep?
In this book, readers will get the chance to learn about their senses as if they were scientists! They will discover how their senses work and learn lots of fascinating facts about their eyes, nose, ears, tongue, and skin. In this age-appropriate introduction to the topic, readers will get to investigate and challenge their own senses!
Specially created to support early years teaching, this beautiful new words and pictures book is perfect for children learning to read. As young readers turn the pages, they will have lots of opportunities to: tell and understand time; explore the importance of physical exercise, healthy eating, basic hygiene, and keeping healthy and safe; understand behavior and consequences; find out about technology in homes and schools; and look at the similarities and differences between everyday places and objects all over the world.
Your marvelous hands can do so many things. They can even explore that pages of this e-book! Simple sentences, exact text-to-image relationships, large font, and vibrant photographs make it fun to learn all about the many things our hands can do! Children will be engaged from start to finish as they learn all about hands!
Feet are made to go! They go many places. They do many things. Go, feet, go! Featuring simple sentences, exact text-to-image relationships, large font, and vibrant photographs, this nonfiction e-book makes it fun to learn all about what our feet can do!
Each face has many parts. They can do many things. Smell, smile, hear wink -- the face does it all! Read through the pages of this e-book to learn all about faces! Simple sentences, exact text-to-image relationships, large font, and vibrant photographs make reading an enjoyable experience, even for children who struggle with reading.
Your body needs good food in order to stay healthy and strong. Which healthy foods do you eat? With a focus on nourishment, this nonfiction e-book aligns to Next Generation Science Standards and encourages children to make healthy food choices. Vivid photographs paired with simple sentences will keep children engaged from beginning to end.
Get moving! Get thinking! Exercise your body and brain. What things do you do to exercise your body and brain? Engaging photographs paired with simple sentences make it fun to learn about all of the activities children can do to exercise their brain and body. Aligned to Next Generation Science Standards, this e-book focuses on basic activities that help keep children healthy and strong.
Just like air, water, and food, we cannot live without love. This full-color picture e-book shows how we share our love with family, friends, teachers, pets, and more! With simple, repetitive sentences that foster word recognition skills and engaging photographs that develop the text-to-image relationship, this new fiction title builds student autonomy and reading confidence. Students will love exploring health and wellness concepts about basic human needs that align to the Next Generation and McREL Science Standards.
Doctors, police officers, fire fighters, and even animals work hard to keep us safe and healthy! Can you think of any other workers that help take care of you? Featuring simple phrases, exact text-to-image relationships, large font, and vibrant photographs, this nonfiction e-book aligns to the National Council for the Social Studies, state standards, and helps students become familiar with the many people that help keep us safe and healthy.
Is your hair long? Is your hair short? Have you ever cut your hair? Vivid photographs throughout this e-book show long hair that has grown for a long time compared to hair that has been cut. Early learners can create a story on their own or collaborate with others to compare and contrast the differences between each picture. By exploring the pages of this e-book, students will be excited to share stories about how fast or slow their hair grows -- or even how often they have to cut their hair! Related to Next Generation Science Standards and McRel Science Standards, this e-book focuses on growth and change.
When reptiles and amphibians shed their skin, we can clearly see the process. These are not the only animals that shed. Did you know that humans shed too? We cannot always see when our skin sheds, but it happens all the time. This engaging e-book illustrates the stages that an iguana goes through when shedding its skin. Featuring vivid photographs with clear labels correlated with each photo, children will be engaged and use oral language skills as they interpret each photo and describe what they are seeing.
Sounds are all around us. Learn how the sounds we hear travel in waves in this exciting science reader! Learn about sound wave vibrations and the science behind how our ears hear sound. The vibrant images paired with easy-to-read text will keep students engaged from cover to cover. This reader also includes instructions for an engaging science activity and practice problems to further students' understanding of how sound moves. A helpful glossary and index are also included for additional support.
Sight and sound help us understand the world around us. Sounds travel to our ears and we see images with our eyes. Learn the science behind how your eyes and ears work together to receive messages in this science reader! The vibrant images paired with easy-to-read text help simplify science topics and keep students engaged from cover to cover. This reader also includes instructions for an engaging science activity and practice problems to further students' understanding. A helpful glossary and index are also included for additional support.
Learn all about the amazing things your brain does and how to keep it healthy and strong! Readers will discover the anatomy of the brain including neurons, the cerebellum, and the nervous system. Using vibrant images and informational text in conjunction with supportive diagrams, readers are encouraged to learn all about (and use) their brains.
Early elementary readers find out what causes earthquakes and what to do to stay safe if one occurs in this helpful nonfiction reader. Featuring informational text, colorful maps, diagrams, and vibrant photos, this book keeps children engaged and fascinated at the same time!
From eating healthy foods to getting enough sleep, this nonfiction book introduces early readers to the basics of staying healthy. The vivid photos and informational text will encourage even the most reluctant reader to learn about the benefits of cleanliness, exercise, healthy foods, and medical checkups!
From basketball to karate, this nonfiction reader shows ways of to staying fit with sports of all kinds. Featuring bright, vivid photos and simple, informational text, this book will inspire readers to explore different sports that they'll want to stay fit with!