Earth Day is a call to be “green.” This means thinking like a conservationist about everything from what grocery bag to use to what type of transportation to take. Elementary students just might be inspired to clean up a park or plant a tree after this read.
A groundhog named Phil is possibly the most sought-after meteorologist on February 2nd. Many people wait for his forecast to know how long winter might last. If he sees his shadow, the season will likely drag on for six more weeks. This title introduces beginning readers to an unusual weather-prediction tradition.
This Level 1 guided reader examines how people celebrate Christmas. Students will develop word recognition and reading skills while learning about Christmas preparations, traditions, and celebrations.
This Level 1 guided reader examines how people celebrate Hanukkah. Students will develop word recognition and reading skills while learning about Hanukkah rituals during the eight days of celebration.
This Level 1 guided reader examines how people celebrate Kwanzaa. Students will develop word recognition and reading skills while learning about Kwanzaa principles and rituals of recognition.
Ãšnete a NicolÃ¡s y a su abuelo mientras dejan a un lado la idea de decorar el Ã¡rbol de navidad por el tierno cuidado de un cardinal atrapado en la nieve de una tormenta en Nochebuena. En la maÃ±ana de Navidad, NicolÃ¡s se encuentra mÃ¡s preocupado por el pÃ¡jaro que por abrir sus regalos. Esta tierna historia garantizarÃ¡ tocar tu corazÃ³n.
A young boy and his abuelo push aside their Christmas preparation to rescue a beautiful cardinal during a blizzard. The bird quickly responds to their kindness, regains it strength, and flies off. The cardinal sweetly and unexpectedly rewards the boy, his grandfather, and their entire village with a lifetime of Christmas cheer. The "For Creative Minds" section contains instructions to create a bird-friendly backyard, simple bird feeder crafts, a "Cardinal Numbers" math game, and information on what to do if you find an injured bird. Encourages children to care for animals.
"Birding is the best!" says Eggbert, the Super Birder. "The BLUES are the best!" chirps Sammi. Follow the travels of Eggbert, Sammi, and all the BLUES as they discover an amazing variety of birds across America - from the eagle in Alaska, to the woodpecker in Michigan, to the mockingbird in Georgia. Read their fascinating journals and Eggbert's birding tips. This book, the first in a series, is not just an imaginative travelogue - it's also a young person's primer to birdwatching! Originally inspired by Louise's drawings combining realistic birds with caricature birds, the BLUES offer a delightful way to introduce young children to birds and birding.