From email and twitter to blogs and wikis, readers are encouraged to be safe, positive, and mindful contributors in the digital environment. Readers will learn how to choose the appropriate digital tools to communicate for various purposes.
You might be shocked to discover how some illnesses and diseases were treated years before medical innovations were made. This book will make you feel lucky that you were born after many safe and successful ways were developed to treat illnesses and save lives. Learn about important innovations made in health care that we now take for granted, and the amazing scientists, inventors, and engineers who developed them. With a little inventive thinking, how could you come up with a way to keep you and your family healthy?
You might not know there was once a world without bike helmets, seatbelts, and airbags. This title looks at major innovations in safety over the years, and the ingenious inventors, scientists, and engineers who made them. These amazing individuals have saved countless lives by identifying safety hazards in everyday situations, and inventing devices that keep people from getting hurt. With a little inventive thinking, what might you create to help protect people and even save lives?
Children will learn that they play an important role in keeping themselves safe. Children are introduced to helpful strategies to recognize unsafe situations and help keep themselves safe at home, at school, and in their communities.
Being aware of our personal safety is important in all aspects of our lives. This engaging title teaches readers to think about their physical and online safety, as well as the value of building positive relationships with others. Real-world scenarios help encourage readers to feel empowered to make safe decisions.
This book inspires readers to become change-makers for healthy living and eating by using design-thinking principles to tackle local and global issues. Beginning with a detailed look at the steps involved in design thinking, readers are guided through the process so they can design their own solutions to big issues—from the need for healthy food options in schools to the lack of clean drinking water in impoverished communities.
From neighborhoods and schools to the worldwide community, this book explains how design thinking principles can help create communities that give all its members a place and a voice by planning in an inclusive and collaborative way. Beginning with a detailed look at the steps involved in design thinking, readers are guided through the process so they can design their own solutions to the barriers that prevent participation in order to create a truly connected community.
School communities should be accessible, inclusive, and safe places for students of varying backgrounds, abilities, and needs. This important title teaches readers how to use design thinking principles to become positive change-makers in their school communities. Beginning with a detailed look at the steps involved in design thinking, readers are guided through the process so they can design their own solutions to big issues—from inclusivity to bullying to learning needs.
It’s a hot summer day. The children want to eat fruit that matches their favorite color. What fruit will each child choose? Paired to the nonfiction title Need It or Want It.
What rules must you follow at the pool? Find out with Tina as she waits to be able to swim in the pool.
Wally and Molly go to the beach. Molly puts on sunscreen but Wally does not. Who will have a better day? Paired to the nonfiction title Exploring the Beach.
Look at me. I have grown a lot. Now I can do almost everything by myself. But one thing still I can’t do alone. Can you guess what it is?
Wally and Molly go to the beach. Molly puts on sunscreen but Wally does not. Who will have a better day?
35 Halloween Party Recipes to make your Kids Halloween Party unforgettable! Recipes include: Bug Blood, Boiling Witch's Cauldron, Slime Juice, Spider Guts Cake, Gruesome Bew, Green Eye Pie, Sewer Slurpies, Egg Eyeballs, Chocolate Covered Bugs, Kitty Litter Cake, Bone Bread, Monstermallows, Worms In the Mud, Skull Cakes, Boogers on a Stick, Dead Finger Cookies, Chopped Off Fingers Pizza, Simple Pimples, Baked Eyeballs, Bone Sandwiches, Miniature Tombstones, Frog's Eye Salad, Fruity, Skewered Eyeballs, Barf Dip, Fried Spiders, Brain Bread, Worm Burgers, Cadaver Dip, Dinner in a Pumpkin, Cheesy Candy Corn, Wormy Baked Apples, English Mummies, Worms on a Bun, Mashed Potato Caterpillars, Scrambled Scarecrow, and Vampire's Blood Shake.
Poisonous Plants introduces readers to poisonous plants from around the world and the ways in which they defend themselves. From poisonous berries to beautiful, luring flowers, readers will be fascinated with these plants' abilities to trick prey!
Healing Plants introduces readers to plants around the world that we can use to help heal. From their flowers, fruits, and leaves all the way to their roots, readers will be fascinated with these plants' abilities to heal!
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.
An early reader’s introduction to the connections between the proteins food group and staying healthy, benefits of proteins such as meat, nutritional concepts such as vitamins, and recipe instructions. Based on the most recent guidelines for healthy portions and exercise, this new series for ages six and up familiarizes readers with key nutritional concepts and the ways in which Healthy Plates can keep them active and strong. The friendly text and colorful photos emphasize good eating habits and staying active, while each title concludes with an easy-to-follow recipe for a healthy snack.
An elementary introduction to the relationship between cooking and Mexican culture, the effect of local agriculture on the diets of different regions, common tools such as rolling pins, and recipe instructions. Created for ages six and up, this new series dishes out an elementary overview of world cuisines and their connections to geography and culture. While bold photos showcase the dishes of various regions, accessible text highlights common ingredients and cooking tools. Each title includes three kid-friendly recipes for young chefs to make, encouraging sequential learning and hands-on immersion.
This new book from Cherry Lake Publishing, highlights oils one of the key components contained in the new dietary guidelines for Americans launched in January 2011 by the FDA. This leveled reader helps the young child understand the importance of oils as a part of a balanced diet.
Someone, sometime, has probably told you, "Eat your vegetables!" But do you know why eating vegetables every day is so important? Find out how vegetables make your body healthier. Learn how vegetables like potatoes and peas, cabbage and corn, broccoli and beets get from the farm to your table and discover why eating vegetables as part of a balanced diet is the best way to stay healthy!
From providing the oxygen we breathe to supplying nutritious foods, this engaging title examines some of the many ways plants are essential to all living things. In addition to encouraging an appreciation for the natural world, readers will learn some personal choices they can make to help protect plants and their habitats.
Do you like to eat different foods? Maybe you like to help in the kitchen by cooking or bringing food to the table. Running restaurants large and small is no easy task as you will discover when you go On The Job in a Restaurant.
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.