What do you do when you plan your birthday party? Do you order a big cake and have goodie bags for your friends? This engaging e-book prompts students to determine greater than, less than, or equal to quantities by looking at the number of friends invited versus the number of cupcakes, chairs, and party favors available at the party. Early readers will not only learn the importance of quantities, but each engaging photograph allows students to use their oral language skills to collaborate together to create a story about the birthday party in the e-book.
As Americans, we have much to be thankful for. Many brave men and women serve in the armed forces. They uphold our values and protect our borders. On Veterans Day, we take time to thank these people. Colorful images, supporting text, a glossary, table of contents, and index all work together to help readers better understand the content and be fully engaged from cover to cover.
Do you have something to celebrate? You can celebrate by making papel picado! Featuring vibrant step-by-step photo instructions, this nonfiction book helps introduce children to another culture through craft-making and designs.
There are all sorts of things to do before a birthday party! Make math practical and fun for young readers as they read the story of children planning a birthday. The children will have to consider the number of guests and count things to buy, like invitations, food, and confetti. Young readers will practice their counting skills with the help of engaging images, clear tally marks, and mathematical charts. This fun and practical book will keep children engaged as they learn early STEM themes and help them feel confident and ready to have more fun with math!
Early readers will gain insight and understand why we celebrate George Washington's inspiring life and incredible accomplishments in this appealing nonfiction title. With captivating images, supportive text, and an accessible table of contents, glossary, and index, readers will be engaged from cover to cover!
Early readers learn about the first Thanksgiving and compare the similarities and differences between the past and present in this charming nonfiction title. Featuring colorful images, easy-to-read text, and a helpful glossary and index, this book will have children engaged and ready to share what they're thankful for.
In this nonfiction title, readers are introduced to the ideas of freedom and celebrations as they learn about the history of and the way that Americans continue to celebrate the Fourth of July. Early readers will love the bright colors and images and the clear, informational text as they move through from cover to cover.
A great way for your kids to learn about the variety and manner in which many holidays are celebrated around the world. This book has a reading level of 1.7 and a word count of 195.